Yu-Shiuan Lin MSc

PhD student


Researchgate profile

Yu-Shiuan achieved her Bachelor degree of Psychology in Taiwan, then started her research work in psychiatric department of NTUH from 2010 to 2013. She has devoted herself in psychosis studies since her MSc in King’s College London, with her master project investigating contrary ethnic composition between people in at-risk mental state and in first episode psychosis. After her master study, she assisted in the project regarding optimization of ROI segmentation, and later on preceded her doctoral study in University of Basel in mid-2016. Yu-Shiuan is currently working on projects affiliated to both Neuropsychiatry and Brain Imaging group and Center for Chronobiology.


Sleep spindle activity and correlated cerebral alterations in ARMS and FEP subjects; Caffeine-induced cerebral activity underlying influenced vigilance and working memory.

Caffeine, sleep, and brain plasticity