Jeggan Tiego completed postgraduate degrees in Behavioural Neuroscience and Psychology before working in Clinical Neurophysiology for several years. He undertook three years of the Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology before transferring to a PhD in 2015, which is due for submission at the end of 2017. Jeggan has experience working in the field of addiction and mental health treatment. He is currently collaborating on several research projects examining the link between cognition, genetics, brain function, and symptoms of psychopathology using statistical modelling.
Project Coordinator – Genetics of Cognition Study