Rachel Langford is qualified in medical neuroscience (MSc Med). She completed her previous studies at the Haddasah Medical Centre at the Hebrew University, Israel. Her research has demonstrated the possibility of reversing neural birth defects induced by prenatal exposure to pesticides. This was demonstrated using stem cell transplant to the hippocampus and shown to improve spatial learning and memory in animal models.
For her second Masters in Health Psychology at Middlesex University London, Rachel is developing research under the supervision of Dr Fabia Franco, studying Binaural Beats Therapy within the Mood-Matching-Music paradigm (Franco et al., 2014) on Heart Rate Variability and cognitive function.
For previous research projects and publication see: