Nazia took her first in-person poster presentation to OHBM in Glasgow. She presented data from her 7T MRS study conducted as part of her PhD. She showed that that after a switch in probabalistic relationships, people high in autistic traits have difficulties updating expectations. She then linked the initial learning of probabalistic relationships, and their updating following reversal, to higher levels of glutamate in the motor cortex.
This is an evolving piece of work and you can find her poster below.
Well done Nazia!