Katie Landreth

Katie graduated with a BSc in Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology with Industrial/Professional Experience from the University of Manchester in 2019. Her research project, completed in the b-neuro laboratory, was published in Brain and Neuroscience Advances in 2021 (Dissociating the effects of distraction and proactive interference on object memory through tests of novelty preference - PubMed (nih.gov)).

Katie joined the b-neuro team as a research technician in 2019 before beginning a b-neuro funded PhD project in 2021, where she is currently investigating the neural mechanisms underlying scPCP-induced cognitive impairments in mice.