Prof Emily Jones (BBK), Dr Frank Wiesemann (P&G), Prof Clare Elwell (UCL)
During my PhD work I studied the relationship between sleep and early neurocognitive development. The first study, was conducted at P&G in Frankfurt (Germany) and was a longitudinal study investigating habitual sleep (sleep over time). Infants were followed for half a year and their sleep was measured using actigraphs and sleep diaries. Their development was tracked using EEG, eye-tracking and developmental questionnaires. The results of this first study showed that a) a large range of sleep patterns in typically developing infants and b) little evidence for a strong association of sleep and parent-report and behavioural measures of development. However, sleep impacted brain measures of development.
My second study used a custom-made NIRS-EEG headgear to examine what happens in infants brain during sleep and how that relates to measures of development.
2017 – 2021 PhD, Birkbeck University of London, UK
2014 – 2016 MSc (Clinical & Cognitive Neuroscience), Maastricht University, NL
Research Internship & Master Thesis: “fNIRS Neurofeedback in children with ADHD”, CIBSR, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, USA
Clinical Internship & Minor Thesis: “Early diagnostics of dementia”, Charité Berlin, Berlin, GER
2011 – 2014 BSc (Psychology with minor neuropsychology), Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, NL
January – July 2017: Research Assistant
Hemodynamic BCI group, M-BIC, Maastricht, NL
March – August 2017: Neuropsychologist/Research Assistant
EMOSYS, Maastricht, NL
February 2015 – July 2015: Research Assistant
Department of Neuropsychology & Psychopharmacology, Maastricht University, NL
September 2019 - February 2021: Demonstrator "Advanced Quantitative Methods"
Birkbeck, University of London
Publications /Conference presentations
Gossé, L. K., Bell, S. & Hosseini, S. M. H. (under review). Relevance of fNIRS for developmental Psychiatry – ADHD: an example.
Gossé, L. K., Wiesemann, F., Elwell, C., & Jones, E. (2021). Influence of infant/maternal characteristics on cross-method agreement of sleep measures: implications for assessing development. Accepted Flash Talk Paper at SRCD 2021 Virtual Biennial meeting.
Gossé, L. K., Wiesemann, F., Elwell, C., & Jones, E. (2021). The relation of theta power and objective vs. subjective measures of habitual sleep in the first year of life. Presentation at Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development 2021.
Gosse, L. K., Wiesemann, F., Elwell, C., & Jones, E. (2020, September). Infant habitual sleep and its association with general development and socio-cultural environment in the first year of life. Journal of Sleep Research, 29, 31-31 *Oral Presentation won ESRS YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD
Gossé, L. K., Mason, L., Wiesemann, F., Elwell, C., & Jones, E. (2020, September). Infant habitual sleep and its relation to sustained and orienting attention in the first year of life: a longitudinal eye-tracking and actigraphy study. Journal of Sleep Research, 29, 124-124.
Gossé, L. K., Wiesemann, F., Elwell, C., & Jones, E. (2019). Subjective vs. objective sleep measures for assessing habitual sleep patterns in the first year of life: implications for sleep quality assessments. Sleep Medicine, 64, S134-S135.
Gossé, L. K., Wiesemann, F., Elwell, C., & Jones, E. (2019). Subjective vs. objective sleep measures for assessing habitual sleep patterns in the first year of life: implications for sleep quality assessments. Poster presentation at the CBCD 21st Anniversary Conference, London, UK.
L. K. Gossé*, A. Brzozowska*, F. Wiesemann* (2018). Assessment of the Impact of Sleep and Touch on Infants‘ Development and Learning. GIC Ignites Procter & Gamble Symposium, Schwalbach am Taunus, Germany. (*equal contribution to the poster)
L. Nagels-Coune, D. Kurban, N. Reuter, A. Benitez, L. K. Gossé, L. Riecke, R. Goebel and B. Sorger (2017). YES OR NO? – BINARY BRAIN-BASED COMMUNICATION UTILIZING MOTOR IMAGERY AND FNIRS. Paper at 7th Graz Brain-Computer Interface Conference 2017.
Hosseini, H., Tam, G., Gosse, L., & Reiss, A. (2017). 638-A Novel fNIRS-Based Neurocognitive Intervention for Targeted Enhancement of Executive Function Network in ADHD. Biological Psychiatry, 81(10), S258-S259.
Gossé L.K (2020, 2nd December). Multi-method exploration of the relationship between sleep and early neurocognitive development. Learn 21c – Online Symposium.
Gossé L.K (2020, 25th November). Studying sleep and development in the first year of life using fNIRS and EEG. DNL Lab Meeting talk, Birkbeck, London, UK.
Gossé, L.K (2020, 18th September) Subjective vs. objective sleep measures for assessing habitual sleep patterns in the first year of life. Invited talk at BASIS Meeting 2020, London, UK.
Gossé, L. K. (2019, 7th November). Exploring Sleep and Neurocognitive development in the first year of life. Invited talk at UCL Lifespan Learning and Sleep lab, London, UK.
Gossé, L. K. (2019, 21st October). Sleeping, Learning and Cognitive Development. Invited panel speaker at Innovation Workshop “Interpreters Lab”, P&G Brussels Innovation Centre, Brussels, Belgium.
Gossé, L. K.* & Brzozowska, A.* (2018, Oct 18th) EEG and other Neuroimaging Techniques. Talk given for the PR Lunch Talk Series at P&G, GIC Schwalbach am Taunus, Germany. (*contributed equally to presentation)
Gossé, L. K. (2018, Sep 19th). The Relationship between Sleep and early Neurocognitive Development. Talk given at a Departmental Meeting of Procter & Gamble Baby Care R&D, GIC Schwalbach am Taunus, Germany.
Gossé, L. K.* & Brzozowska, A.* (2018, Aug 29th). Methods in Behavioral Sciences. Talk given for the PR Lunch Talk Series at P&G, GIC Kronberg, Germany. (*contributed equally to presentation)