CLINICAL TRIALS COORDINATOR
- Sleep Physiologist & Researcher
- Honorary Assistant Psychologist
- Specialised Clinical Neurophysiologist
Adult and Paediatrics EEGs, Sleep and Epilepsy, Muscle/Nerve diseases, Psychology, Anatomy & Physiology, Biomedical Sciences
I have recently joined the Oxford Trauma Team working on:
- FORCE (FOrearm fracture Recovery in Children Evaluation)
- SCIENCE (Surgery or Cast for Injuries of the EpicoNdyle in Children’s Elbows)
I am very much looking forward to getting involved with all aspects of the trials from approvals to data collection.
Amender graduated at the University of Wolverhampton in 2007 with BSc (hons) Human Physiology and Biomedical Science. Amender moved to Oxford in 2008 obtaining Part I and Part II clinical qualifications and BSc (hons) Clinical Physiology.
As a specialised clinical physiologist (neurophysiology) she has worked in a clinical setting preforming investigations in adult/paediatric EEGs (onsite/offsite portable recordings in ITU), ambulatory, telemetry, nerve conduction studies and evoked potentials.
Amender commenced employment at the University of Oxford in 2015. She has worked with Nuffield Department of Clinical Neuroscience (Sleep & Circadian group / Experimental & Clinical Sleep Medicine). Amender was involved in various studies including sleep studies, computerised tasks, questionnaires, ethic preparation and recruitment processes.
Other contributions comprise of public engagement events, summer school teaching, training of staff, sleep scoring and data analysis. Amender also obtained an honorary contract with Oxford Health as an Assistant Psychologist.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SLEEP AND CIRCADIAN RHYTHM PHENOTYPES AND DIMENSIONS OF PSYCHOTIC EXPERIENCES - RESULTS FROM THE OXFORD WELLBEING LIFE AND SLEEP SURVEY (OWLS).
Cosgrave J. et al, (2018), Sleep, 41, A242 - A242
Gavriloff D. et al, (2017), Sleep medicine, 40, e109 - e109
Gavriloff D. et al, Journal of sleep research, e12726 - e12726