I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi). My work here focuses on sleep and circadian rhythm disruption and its role in cognition and disorders of the brain.
My doctoral work examined how mechanisms of sleep support healthy brain functioning and plasticity, particularly associated with learning and memory. For this I used a range of converging measures including EEG, brain imaging, actigraphy, and cognitive measures.
I have also been involved in clinical work to assess the impact of sleep quality and how it affects the recovery process during neurological rehabilitation.
Sleep-dependent motor memory consolidation in older adults depends on task demands.
Gudberg C. et al, (2015), Neurobiol Aging, 36, 1409 - 1416
Sleep and Motor Learning: Implications for Physical Rehabilitation After Stroke.
Gudberg C. and Johansen-Berg H., (2015), Front Neurol, 6
Local GABA concentration is related to network-level resting functional connectivity.
Stagg CJ. et al, (2014), Elife, 3
Motor learning and offline processes of consolidation associated with rapid GABA modulation
Gudberg C. et al, Organization of Human Brain Mapping