Ayushi Shukla, MSc


Ayushi is a Ph.D. student from New Delhi, India, who completed her MSc in Neuroimaging from King’s College, London where she used neuroimaging techniques to investigate the neural correlates of pain in individuals suffering from Chronic Widespread Pain and fibromyalgia. Ayushi is currently co-supervised by Dr. Keith Yeates (BIRCh lab) and Dr. Catherine Lebel (Developmental Neuroimaging lab) and her project investigates the effects of mild traumatic brain injury on brain white matter in the pediatric population. When she is not working, Ayushi enjoys bouldering and running.


Harley Hotchkiss Doctoral Scholarship in Neuroscience

Conference Presentations:

Shukla, A., Korann, V., Jacob, A., Chacko, D.M., Hiremath, C., Nagendra, B., Devi, P., Varambally, S., Bharath R.D., Venkatasubramanian, G., Rao, N. (2018). Cognitive insight and resting state connectivity in Schizophrenia. Sixth Biennial Conference on Resting State and Brain Connectivity.

Jacob, A.,Philip, M., Bharath R.D., Varambally, S.,Venkatasubramanian, G.,Deshpande, G., Rao, N., Shukla, A. (2018). Cognitive insight and cortical thickness in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 44(Suppl 1): S181.