I have selected my top five research articles that address key topics in cognitive and clinical neurosciences. They include empirical and review papers as both the first- and- senior author, and further highlight my skills in neuroimaging and data science. Broadly, these works have focused on the neural basis of inter-individual differences in older age, and also identifying determinants of psychiatric disorders in development.

For the full list please see either my google scholar or cv.

1. Roberts, G.*, Perry, A.*, Ridgway, K., Leung, V., Campbell, M., Lenroot, R., Mitchell, P.B., Breakspear, M. (in press). Longitudinal changes in structural connectivity in young people at high genetic risk for bipolar disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry

2. Perry, A., Roberts, G., Mitchell, P.B, Breakspear, M. (2018). Connectomics of bipolar disorder: a critical review, and evidence for dynamic instabilities within interoceptive networks. Molecular Psychiatry. [pdf]

3. Perry, A., Wen, W., Lord, A., Thalamuthu, A., Roberts, G., Mitchell, P.B., Sachdev, P.S., Breakspear, M. (2015). The organisation of the elderly connectome. Neuroimage. [pdf]

4. Mosley, P. E.*, Paliwal, S.*, Coyne, T., Silburn, P., Tittgemeyer, M., Stephan, K. E., Breakspear, M.†, & Perry, A†. (2019). The Structural Connectivity of Discrete Networks Underlies Impulsivity and Gambling in Parkinson’s. Brain. [pdf]

5. Perry, A., Wen, W., Kochan, N.A., Sachdev, P.S., Breakspear, M. (2017). The independent influences of age and education on functional brain networks and cognition in healthy older adults. Human Brain Mapping. [pdf]

* The authors contributed equally to this work
† Co-senior authors