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Articles

* denotes equal contribution (e.g.. joint first authorship) 

Pownall, M., Talbot, C.V, Henchel, A.*, Lautarescu, A.*, Lloyd, K.E*, Hartman, H.*, Darda, K.M.*, Yang, K.T.Y.*, Carmichael-Murphy, P.*, Siegel, J. A. (2020). Navigating Open Science As Early Career Feminist Researchers.  https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/f9m47

Kowalczyk, O*., Lautarescu, A*., Blok, E*., Dall'Aglio, L*., & Westwood, S.J (2020). What senior academics can do to support reproducible and open research: a short, three-step guide. PsyArXiv, https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/jyfr7

Lautarescu, A., Victor, S., Lau-Zhu, A., Counsell, S. J., Edwards, A. D., & Craig, M. C. (2020). Can the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale be used to screen for anxiety in the perinatal period? A factor analysis of high-risk and community samples. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/dyvej

McAllister, C.J., Sleigh, A., Walpert, M.J., Lautarescu, A.,  Gomez-Duran, A., Salgin, B., Chinnery, P.F., Holland,               A.J, Zaman, S.H. (in prep). Contribution of in vivo mitochondrial capacity and cytochrome-c odeficits in                   Down syndrome to sarcopenia. Submitted for publication. 

Lautarescu, A., Craig, M.C., Glover, V. (2019). Prenatal stress: Effects on fetal and child brain development.                     Stress and Brain Health: Across the Life Course, 17. doi: 10.1016/bs.irn.2019.11.002 

Lautarescu, A., Pecheva, D., Nosarti, C., Nihouarn, J., Zhang, H., Victor, S., Craig, M, Edwards, A. D., Counsell,                        S.J. (2020). Maternal prenatal stress is associated with altered uncinate fasciculus microstructure in                                    premature neonates. Biological Psychiatry, 87(6), 559-569. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsych.2019.08.010 

Stewart, S. L. K., Rinke, E. M., McGarrigle, R, Lynott, D., Lunny, C., Lautarescu, A., Galizzi, M. M., Farran, E.K.              (alphabetical order) (2019). Pre-registration and Registered Reports: A primer from UKRN. 

Chami, R., Cardi, V., Lautarescu, A., Mallorqui-Bagué, N., McLoughlin, G., Treasure, J. (2019). Neural responses 

        to food stimuli among individuals with eating and weight disorders: A systematic review of event-related 

        potentials. International Review of Psychiatry, 1-14. doi:10.1080/09540261.2019.1622515

Lautarescu, B. A., Holland, A. J., & Zaman, S. H. (2017). The early presentation of dementia in people

          with Down syndrome: a systematic review of longitudinal studies. Neuropsychology review, 27(1),         

          doi: 10.1007/s11065-017-9341-9

Conferences 

Lautarescu, A, Dall'Aglio, L (2020, Sept). How senior academics can support reproducibly and open research. Oral presentation at the UK Open Research Group Meeting, Online. 
 

Lautarescu, A, Victor, S., Waite, L., McCabe, L., Brandon, J., O'Keeffe C, Hiscocks, S., Counsell, S., Craig, M.C., Edwards, D. (2019, Sept). Maternal depression during the perinatal period: A developing Human Connectome Project. Oral presentation and poster at UKIMS Annual Meeting, London.
 

Lautarescu, A, Pecheva, D., Victor, S., Craig, M.C., Edwards, D., & Counsell S. (2019, April). Maternal   

           exposure to stressful events and early brain development in preterm neonates. Poster presented at

            BNA2019 Festival of Neuroscience, Dublin. 

Lautarescu, A, Pecheva, D., Victor, S., Craig, M.C., Edwards, D., & Counsell S. (2019, Sept). Maternal mental health and early development of the fetal and neonatal brain: A developing Human Connectome Project. Oral presentation at 2019 School on Brain Connectomics, Verona. 
 

Lautarescu, A, Pecheva, D., Victor, S., Craig, M.C., Edwards, D., & Counsell S. (2019, March). Maternal                     stressful life events and limbic-prefrontal white matter microstructure in preterm neonates. Poster and 

         oral presentation at: Academy of Medical Sciences: Developing Brain in Health and Disease, Oxford. 

Lautarescu, A, (2018, December). Maternal prenatal depression and anxiety and early brain development:     

         The developing Human Connectome Project and preliminary findings. Oral presentation at UKIMS      

         Annual Meeting, London. 

Lautarescu, A, (2018, October). Maternal prenatal stress and early brain development: A developing Human            Connectome Project. Oral presentation at the KCL MRC DTP PhD Symposium, London. 

Lautarescu, A., McAllister, C. J, Zaman, S. H., Sleigh, A., & Holland, A. J. (2015, April). Investigating disease            mechanisms and biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease in people with Down’s syndrome: a study of                        mitochondrial dysfunction. Poster presented at BNA2015 Festival of Neuroscience, Edinburgh.

Lautarescu, A., McAllister, C. J., Zaman, S. H., Sleigh, A., Walpert, M. J., Holland, A. J. (2015, March).                      Mitochondrial dysfunction and Alzheimer’s disease in Down’s syndrome. Poster presented at GSLS                Poster and Image Competition, Cambridge.

Lautarescu, A. (2015, February). Disease mechanisms and biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease in people

         with Down’s syndrome. Oral presentation at EBI-Sagner-Cambridge PhD Symposium, Cambridge.

Lautarescu, A., Lavric, A., Prepelita, R., & Lambrev, V. (2014, March). Task switching and attention: An EEG                        study of distraction by food stimuli. Poster presented at BPS South West Undergraduate Conference, Exeter.

Other presentations

12.10.2018 - Presentation at the Forensic and Neurodevelopmental Sciences PhD forum (IoPPN, KCL) 

17.10.2018 - Presentation at Michael Rutter Centre Seminar Series (IoPPN, KCL) 

White papers

Cornell, B., Lautarescu, A., Patel, R., Puglisi, A., Forbes, C., Keeler, C., Lee, B., Spiegel, M. (2019). Civil society and the role of the university: Royster Global White Paper 2. 

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