Rhodri Lloyd is undertaking a PhD within the Neonatal Brain Research Group at Cork University Maternity Hospital. He is a Clinical Physiologist (Neurophysiology) from Cardiff, where he was employed within the Clinical Neurophysiology Department at The University Hospital of Wales. He previously gained a BSc Neuroscience degree at Cardiff University, before achieving a BSc Clinical Physiology degree at The City of Westminster College, Middlesex University.
Rhodri works within the research group to help gain further knowledge of the neonatal brain and it’s EEG, whilst providing observation of on-going EEG recordings within the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
His particular project concentrates more specifically on the research of the electrophysiological brain function of pre-term neonates and their potential seizure activities.