I am a clinical trials co-ordinator at the Centre for Oral Clinical Research, Barts and The Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Previously, I have worked as post-doctoral researcher and trial co-ordinator at the Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development (CBCD) where I managed a multi-site randomized controlled trial aimed to test the effects of a new attentional control training for infants at genetic risk of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Before joining CBCD, I worked as post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience (IoPPN), where I conducted a preliminary pilot study to develop and test novel approaches for enhancing the development of attention in infants and toddlers at genetic risk of ADHD. I completed my PhD in 2013 at the Institute of Neuroscience at Trinity College Dublin. For my PhD, I conducted a randomized controlled trial to test the effects of a new computerised, partially home-based attention-training programme for adults with ADHD. I also studied neurophysiological markers of sustained attention deficits in adults with ADHD using electrophysiology (EEG).
Centre: Centre for Oral Clinical Research
Goodwin A., Salomone S., Bolton P., Charman T., Jones E.J, Pickles A., Robinson E., Smith T., Sonuga-Barke E.J., Wass S., Johnson M.H. (2016). Attention training for infants at familial risk of ADHD (INTERSTAARS): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 28, 17(1).
Salomone, S., Fleming, G.R., O'Connell, R.G., Bramham, J., Robertson, I.H. (2016). Neuropsychological Deficits in Adult ADHD: Evidence for Differential Attentional Impairments, Deficient Executive Functions and High Self-Reported Functional Impairments. Journal of Attention Disorders.
Salomone, S., Fleming, G.R., Castorina, M., Shanahan, J.M., O'Connell, R.G., Bramham, J., Robertson, I.H. (2015). The effects of a Self-Alert Training (SAT) program for adults with ADHD. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10, 9-45.
Salomone, S., Robertson, I.H., Lynch, T., Pender, N., Fearon, C., Marnane, M., Balsters, J.H., Dockree, P.M. (2014). Autoimmune Brainstem Encephalopathy causing a partially reversible Minimally Conscious State and Selective Cognitive Impairments: a unique case report. Neurocase, 20 (5), 569-580.
McAvinue, L.P., Golemme, M., Castorina, M., Pigni, F., Tatti, E., Salomone, S., Brennan, S., Robertson, I.H. (2013). An evaluation of a working memory training scheme in older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 23, 5-20.
Salomone, S., Shanahan, J.M., O'Connell, R.G., Bramham, J., Robertson, I.H. A biofeedback-based programme to improve attention and impulsivity in adults with ADHD. (2012). The Irish Journal of Psychology, 33 (2-3). Poster presentations/Published abstracts
Salomone, S., Fleming, G.R., O’Connell, R.G., Bramham, J., Robertson, I.H. Differential attentional impairments in adult ADHD. ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder. 5Th Word Congress on ADHD, Glasgow, May 2015.
Salomone, S., Shanahan, J.M., O'Connell, R.G., Bramham, J., Robertson, I.H. A biofeedback-based programme to improve attention and impulsivity in adults with ADHD. Eunethydis - Second International ADHD Conference, Barcelona, May 2012.
Salomone, S., Kelly, S.M., Robertson,H., O'Connell. R.G. Using the Continuous Temporal Expectancy Task (CTET) to investigate neurophysiological underpinnings of lapses in attention in adult ADHD. Eunethydis - Second International ADHD Conference, Barcelona, May 2012.
Salomone, S., Robertson, I.H., Lynch, T., Pender, Dockree, P.M. ERP and cognitive abnormalities in a rare neurological autoimmune syndrome: a case study. International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON), Mallorca, September 2011.