Utkarsh Gupta

PhD Researcher

Faculty:Faculty of Science and Engineering

School:Psychology and Sport Science

Location: Cambridge

utkarsh.gupta@pgr.anglia.ac.uk

Self and Body Lab

Research interests

Thesis title:

Investigating relationships between autobiographical memory and bodily self-consciousness: behavioural evidence and neural mechanisms.

Supervisory Team

Dr Jane Aspell
Prof Peter Bright
Dr Alex Clarke (External, University of Cambridge)

Research Group

Utkarsh is a member of our Body and Self Research Area which forms part of our Brain and Cognition Research Group.

Summary of Research

Utkarsh’s PhD project investigates links between bodily self consciousness and autobiographical memory. It also aims at finding the neural correlates of these interactions using transcranial magnetic stimulation and electroencephalography.

Selected recent publications

Gupta, U. and Aspell, J.E., 2019. Effect of negative emotions on early post-stimulus storage in working memory: a study of the C250 ERP. Poster presentation at British Neuroscience Association (BNA) 2019, Festival of Neuroscience, Dublin, Ireland. Read the full text. (Poster presentation)

Prakash, A., Harsh, V., Gupta, U., Kumar, J. and Kumar, A., 2018. Depressed fracture of skull: an institutional series of 453 patients and brief review literature. Asian Journal of Neurosurgery, 13(2), pp.222-226. Read the full text.

Gupta, U., 2017. Report on a rare single coronary artery anomaly: Need for comprehensive investigations. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, 6, pp.424-426. Read the full text.

Gupta, U., Tiwari, P., Singh, S., Muang, T. and Magh, H., 2017. Awareness regarding feeding practices among mothers attending immunization centre: an institutional study. International Journal of Students’ Research, 7(1), pp.3-8. Read the full text

Gupta, U., Harsh, V., Kumar, A. and Srivastava, R.P., 2016. The leadership crisis of medical profession in india: ongoing impact on the health system. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, 5(2), pp.507-508. Read the full text

Recent presentations and conferences

British Neuroscience Association (BNA) 2019, Festival of Neuroscience. 14th – 17th April 2019. Dublin, Ireland