Search results for 'Neuroscience' (3)
Professor Mark Johnson
Mark is Director of the Centre for Pain Research and leads a vibrant team of researchers. He has published over 200 research articles and book chapters and supervises PhD students. Mark teaches across all levels of our taught course provision.
Dr Andrew Paterson
From a background in physiology and pharmacology, Andrew undertook a PhD examining mitochondria in models of disease. He is particularly interested in neurophysiology and neuropharmacology and has published a number of research articles within the field.
Dr John Elliott
John's research interests range from language structure, behavioural modelling, and architecture of the mind to an ethical decision engine for robot soldiers, sense synesthesia and global impact strategies to manage the dissemination of information and societal impact.