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Experts in 'neuroscience'

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  Professor Richard Apps
Post(s): Professor of Neuroscience, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Research Fellow in Physiology and Pharmacology, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: My research seeks to understand how the brain controls movements. Expertise in sensory-motor systems and related neural circuits
Keywords: cerebellum | movement control | motor systems | neural networks | sensory systems | neuroscience
 
  Dr Andrew Doherty
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Teaching Fellow, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: My research was in the pharmacology and trafficking of metabotropic glutamate receptors. Working with Profs Graham Collingridge...
Keywords: brain | neuroscience | synapses | glutamate | synaptic plasticity
 
  Dr Charlie Hindmarch
Post(s): Research Associate, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: My main focus of research interest is cardiovascular neuroscience; how does the brain control cardiovascular parameters?...
Keywords: RNAseq | microarray | cardiovascular | neuroscience | endocrinology | hypertension | bioinformatics | obesity
 
  Professor Bruce Hood
Post(s): Professor of Developmental Psychology in Society, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: I am interested in cognitive development from a neuroscience perspective. My research interests include; face and gaze processing;...
Keywords: cognitive development | neuroscience | supernatural beliefs | spatial representation | na´ve theories | face processing | gaze processing
 
  Dr Jack Mellor
Post(s): Reader in Neuroscience, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: I am a neuroscientist specialising in how the brain retains information by modifying the connections between nerve cells.
Keywords: neuroscience | learning and memory | synaptic plasticity