Olatz Ojinaga Alfageme

Position: Graduate student
Office:
Birkbeck, University of London, Malet Street
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Email: oojina01@mail.bbk.ac.uk

I am a first year PhD student in the Developmental Neurocognition Lab, funded by a Bloomsbury studentship. My project investigates how fetal and neonatal structural brain images may predict cognitive development in infancy and early childhood, in typically developing babies and babies with Down syndrome.

Research interests

Developmental cognitive Neurosciences, specially studying how early brain development or biomarkers and traumatic events might affect later cognitive abilities both in typical and atypical children. Research policy: Studying how psychological findings can be translated and applied in everyday life settings and activities.

Publications/ presentations

Research publications

Grau-Sánchez, J., Foley, M., Hlavová, R., Muukkonen, I., Ojinaga-Alfageme, O., Radukic, A., … and Hundevad, B. (2017) Exploring Musical Activities and Their Relationship to Emotional Well-Being in Elderly People across Europe: A Study Protocol. Frontiers inPsychology,8:330. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00330

Conference presentations

Ojinaga-Alfageme, O., Foley, M., Hlavová, R., Muukkonen, I., Radukic, A., Spindler, M., … & Grau-Sánchez, J. (July 18, 2017). Exploring musical activities and their relationship to emotional well-being in elderly people across Europe: a study protocol. Poster presentation for The Neuroscience and Music – VI, Music, Sound and Health Conference, Boston, MA.

Book chapters

Ruggeri, K., Ojinaga-Alfageme, O., Benzerga, A., Berkessel, J., Hlavoá, R., Kunz, M., … & Folke, T. (2018). Chapter 2: Evidence-based policy. In Ruggeri, K. (Ed.). Behavioral Insights for Public Policy: Concepts and cases. Routledge.

Ruggeri, K.,Radukić, A., Ojinaga-Alfageme, O., Zupan, Z., Verra, S., & Petrova, D. (2018). Chapter 6: Health & Healthcare. In Ruggeri, K. (Ed.). Behavioral Insights for Public Policy: Concepts and cases. Routledge.