Background: Psychology, Neuroscience


Contact: ahmad.beyh [a] kcl.ac.uk

Ahmad Beyh

I started my journey at the American University of Beirut where I obtained a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. By the end of my degree, the neuroscience side had won me over, so I decided to join the MSc Neuroscience programme at King's College London in 2014. My interest in brain anatomy led me to specialise in tractography which I applied to the study of the visual system during my PhD at the NatBrainLab. This choice came as no surprise given my love for the visual medium and photography which pre-date my neuroscientific endeavour. I now continue to collaborate with the lab on various topics including visual and motor networks and the development of white matter pathways in the presence of adverse life events.


For a list of publications, please see my Scholar page.