John Dalymple-Alford

ProfessorJohn Dalrymple-Alford

Internal Phone: 92077


Research Interests

Research interests include neuropsychology, including disorders of memory, neurodegenerative disorders, recovery of function after brain damage; behavioural neuroscience, including animal models of the effects of brain damage in humans, neural transplants, hippocampal system function, enriched environments; and behavioural pharmacology, including effects of drugs and nutritional factors in humans and animals.

Recent Publications

  • Boel JA., de Bie RMA., Schmand BA., Dalrymple-Alford JC., Marras C., Adler CH., Goldman JG., Tröster AI., Burn DJ. and Litvan I. (2022) Level I PD-MCI Using Global Cognitive Tests and the Risk for Parkinson's Disease Dementia. Movement Disorders Clinical Practice 9(4): 479-483.
  • Hamilton JJ. and Dalrymple-Alford JC. (2022) Anterior thalamic nuclei: A critical substrate for non-spatial paired-associate memory in rats. European Journal of Neuroscience 56(7): 5014-5032.
  • MacAskill MR., Pitcher TL., Melzer TR., Myall DJ., Horne KL., Shoorangiz R., Almuqbel MM., Livingston L., Grenfell S. and Pascoe MJ. (2022) The New Zealand Parkinson’s progression programme. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand
  • Morgan CA., Roberts RP., Chaffey T., Tahara-Eckl L., van der Meer M., Günther M., Anderson TJ., Cutfield NJ., Dalrymple-Alford JC. and Kirk IJ. (2022) Reproducibility and repeatability of magnetic resonance imaging in dementia. Physica Medica 101: 8-17.
  • Rowland C., Harland B., Smith JH., Moslehi S., Dalrymple-Alford J. and Taylor RP. (2022) Investigating Fractal Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool That Probes the Connectivity of Hippocampal Neurons. Frontiers in Physiology 13