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Hire Dr. Madhuleena D.
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Research scientist and scientific writer of engineering with expertise in brain sciences and nanotechnology.

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Non-Medical Regulatory Writing, Technical Writing, Copywriting, Creative Writing, Audio Transcription, General Proofreading & Editing
Research Feasibility Study, Technology Scouting, Fact Checking, Gray Literature Search, Scientific and Technical Research, Systematic Literature Review, Secondary Data Collection
Consulting Healthcare Consulting, Scientific and Technical Consulting, Manufacturing Consulting
Work Experience

Research Scholar

Liverpool Hope University, UK

October 2016 - Present

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Liverpool Hope University

January 2017 - December 2019

Winter Intern

Jadavpur University, India

December 2014 - February 2015

Master's Project

Technische Universität Chemnitz (Professorship of Microwave Engineering and Electromagnetic Theory)

November 2012 - March 2014

Research Project

Fraunhofer ENAS

November 2011 - October 2012



Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom

October 2016 - January 2021

Master of Science

Technische Universität Chemnitz , Germany

October 2010 - March 2014

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(2019). Electrophysiological Studies on Acetylcholine-Dopamine Interaction and Effect of Dopamine on Learning. Soft Computing for Problem Solving.
(2018). Online Prediction of Dopamine Concentration Using EEG-Induced Type-2 Fuzzy Abduction. IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, SSCI.
(2017). Linking brainstem cholinergic input to thalamocortical circuitry. Soft computing for Problem Solving.
(2018). Electrophysiological Studies on Acetylcholine-Dopamine Interaction on Memory and Learning. Poster Presentation in British Science Week, Liverpool Hope University.