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Bhedita Seewoo is a fourth year international PhD candidate in Neuroscience at The University of Western Australia. The title of her doctoral thesis is “In-vivo MRI study of the effects of low-intensity rTMS on brain activity, chemistry and structure in rodents.” Upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science at Murdoch University (Australia) in 2015, she was awarded the university medal for being among the top seven graduating students across all disciplines. In 2016, she completed her Honours project entitled “Resting state fMRI study of brain activation using rTMS in rats” with an upper first-class outcome, following which she was awarded a Forrest Research Foundation Scholarship funded by the philanthropic donation of Andrew and Nicola Forrest. Bhedita’s research focuses on the use of in-vivo MRI to examine the effects of low-intensity rTMS on brain activity, chemistry, and structure in rodent models to inform protocol development for human studies.

Languages

English, French, Hindi, Mauritian Creole

Education/Academic qualification

Biomedical Science, Bachelor of Science (Honours), Murdoch University

Award Date: 25 Jan 2017

Major in Biomedical Science and Molecular Biology, Minor in Forensic Biology, Bachelor of Science, Murdoch University

Award Date: 27 Jan 2016

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