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Timothy Rittman

  • Honorary Specialist Registrar
  • Addenbrooke's Hospital
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Recent publications

  • Neurophysiological signatures of Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal lobar degeneration: pathology versus phenotype

    • Sami S
    • Williams N
    • Hughes L
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  • Reorganization of cortical oscillatory dynamics underlying disinhibition in frontotemporal dementia

    • Hughes L
    • Rittman T
    • Robbins T
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Professional experience

Honorary Specialist Registrar

Addenbrooke's hospital

September 2010 - Present

Clinical Research Fellow

University of Cambridge

September 2010 - Present

Specialist Training Registrar Neurology

Norfolk and Norwich University hospital

February 2010 - August 2010(6 months)

University of Cambridge

Education

PgCertMedEd

University of Dundee

August 2005 - December 2009(4 years)

MRCP

Royal College of Physicians

August 2006 - April 2009(3 years)

BMBS

University of Nottingham

September 2000 - July 2005(5 years)

BMedSci

University of Nottingham

September 2000 - January 2003(2 years)

Research interests

Resting state fMRIgraph theoryfunctional connectivitycognitioncorticobasal degenerationProgressive supranuclear palsy

About

I am currently a Clinical Research Fellow and Honorary Specialist Registrar in Neurology at Cambridge University and Addenbrooke's hospital working on a PhD. I went to medical school in Nottingham and I have worked in Lincoln, Nottingham, London (King's College hospital and the Royal Free hospital) and most recently Norwich. My areas of research are in the field of functional connectivity in tauopathies. I am particularly interested in how network analysis can help link what I see in terms of clinical features in my clinic patients with their underlying pathology.

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