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Anna Szabo

Course Tutor for the Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine

I am a Course Tutor for the Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine. My main background is in Neuroscience (MSc – Université Paris-Saclay), combined with several years of formal training in Psychology and Human Movement Science. During my PhD at the University of Toulouse, I studied the relationship between Alzheimer’s disease, network hyperexcitability and sleep-related memory consolidation in both clinical populations and disease models. This topic, together with changes in sleep quality and memory consolidation processes in healthy ageing and in sleep disorders such as sleep apnoea, remains my central research interest.