Research & Publications
After completing an undergraduate degree in Computing Science at the University of Alberta, Dr. Hampson did her graduate work in Boston University's Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems, a department focused on computational neural network models of brain systems. She came to Yale as a postdoc to pursue her interests in human functional neuroimaging. During her postdoc, Dr. Hampson conducted some of the earliest studies of resting-state functional connectivity, validating the technique and relating resting-state functional connectivity measures to behavioral variables. Later, she turned her focus to using real-time fMRI neurofeedback for training people to control their brain activity patterns. She is interested in novel functional neuroimaging techniques and psychiatric applications of these techniques.
Education & Training
- PhDBoston University (1999)
- BSUniversity of Alberta, Computing Science (1993)
- Potential for social influence via neurofeedbackNew Haven, CT, United States 2022Real-time Imaging and Neurofeedback 2022
- Time course of clinical change following neurofeedbackGlasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom 2022Organization for Human Brain Mapping
|Real-time Functional Imaging and Neurofeedback (rtFIN) 2022 biennial meeting
|Real-time Functional Imaging and Neurofeedback 2019 biennial meeting
|Executive Committee for planning 2019 meeting in Maastricht, Netherlands
|2019 - 2023
|2019 - Present
|Real-time Functional Imaging and Neurofeedback 2017 biennial meeting
|Executive Committee for planning 2017 meeting in Nara, Japan.
|Resting State/Brain Connectivity Satellite Workshop
|Organizer of satellite workshop titled "Resting State Connectivity Workshop: Interventions and Consciousness".
|Kings Health Partners R & D Challenge Fund, UK
|2014 - 2015
|Medical Research Council, Research Councils UK
|Pathways to indepence reviewer
|2013 - Present