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Laura Bonnett
Role Medical Statistician
Institution University of Liverpool
Email: L.J.Bonnett@liverpool.ac.uk
Research Interests Epilepsy
I welcome enquiries about: Research Collaboration
Edwin Burns
Role Senior Lecturer
Institution Edge Hill University
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Sonia Correa-Muller
Role Professor of Neuroscience
Institution Manchester Metropolitan University
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Rodrigo De Marco
Role Senior Lecturer
Institution Liverpool John Moores University
Email: R.J.DeMarco@ljmu.ac.uk
Biography I received a PhD from the University of Buenos Aires and carried out research on cognition and neurophysiology at the Free University of Berlin, the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research and the University Mainz. I joined LJMU in 2020.
Research Interests Animals In Research, Art, Attention, Behavior, Brain Development, Cells and Circuits, Consciousness, Economics, Education, Emotions Stress and Anxiety, Ethics, Evolution, Genes and Molecules, Hormones, Hypothalamus, Imaging, Invertebrates, Language, Learning and Memory, Memory, Neurogenesis, Neurons, Neuroscience, Neuroscience in Society, Neuroscience in the News, Neurotransmitters, Optogenetics, Primates, Social Behavior, Speech and Language Disorders, Touch
I welcome enquiries about: Research Collaboration, Studentships, Media and Science Communication
Pete Dixon
Role Research Associate
Institution University of Liverpool
Kevin Duggan
Role Associate tutor
Institution Edge hill
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Mark Ellul
Role Clinical Research Fellow in Neurology
Institution University of Liverpool
Email: ellulm@liverpool.ac.uk
Biography I am a Neurology registrar, and Clinical Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool, funded by the Association of British Neurologists. I work on autoimmune disorders of the central nervous system and central nervous system infections.
Research Interests HIV AIDS, Immune System, Immune System Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, Neuroscience
 
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Neil Harrison
Role Senior Lecturer
Institution Liverpool Hope University
Alun Hughes
Role Lecturer in Vertebrate Physiology
Institution Liverpool John Moores University
Email: a.t.hughes@ljmu.ac.uk
Biography My research interests are focussed on the mammalian circadian system, covering a broad spectrum of physiology and neuroscience, encompassing all tiers of organisation from the molecular level to whole animal behaviour and physiology.
Research Interests Aging, Alzheimers Disease, Amygdala, Animals In Research, Behavior, Body Systems, Cells and Circuits, Circadian Rhythms, Depression, Diet and Lifestyle, Emotions Stress and Anxiety, Exercise, Genes and Molecules, Hypothalamus, Marijuana, Mood, Neurons, Neuroscience, Neurotransmitters, Rodents, Sleep
I welcome enquiries about: Research Collaboration, Studentships, Media and Science Communication
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Nicola Jones
Role Lecturer
Institution Liverpool Hope University
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Charlotte Krahé
Role Lecturer in Clinical Psychology
Institution University of Liverpool
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Rebecca Lawson
Role Senior Lecturer
Institution University of Liverpool
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Charles Leek
Role Professor/Dean Institute of Life and Human Sciences
Institution University of Liverpool
Email: Charles.Leek@liverpool.ac.uk
Biography The aim of our research is to further understanding of the neurobiological and psychological foundations of high-level vision and attention systems in the neurologically normal and damaged brain.
Research Interests Attention, Basal Ganglia, Behavior, Cognitive Decline, Computational Neuroscience, Electrical Recording, Movement, Movement Disorders, Neuroscience, Parkinsons Disease, Perception, Stress, Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Vision
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Hayley McCullough
Role Pain Research Institute administrator
Institution Pain Research Institute
Research Interests Depression, Epilepsy, Pain
Francis McGlone
Role Professor in Neuroscience
Institution Liverpool John Moores University ; University of Liverpool
Email: f.p.mcglone@ljmu.ac.uk
Biography Research is focused on the somatosensory system in healthy/patient populations using psychophysical, electrophysiological, functional neuroimaging, psychopharmacological and clinical diagnostic tools.
Research Interests Amygdala, Anatomy, Animals In Research, Autism, Basal Ganglia, Body Systems, Brain Development, Cells and Circuits, Childhood and Adolescence, Childhood Disorders, Circuits, Computational Neuroscience, Critical Periods, Depression, Drugs, Education, Emotions, Emotions Stress and Anxiety, Frontal Lobe, Funding, Genes and Molecules, Genetics, Hormones, Imaging, Mental Health, Myelin, Neurodegenerative Disorders, Neurogenesis, Neurons, Neuroscience, Neuroscience in Society, Neuroscience in the News, Neurotransmitters, Nicotine, Opioids, Pain, Parietal Lobe, Perception, Plasticity, Prefrontal Cortex, Primates, Recent Discoveries, Rodents, Social Behavior, Somatosensory Cortex, Spinal Cord, Spinal Cord Injury, Stress, Synapses, Therapies, Tools and Techniques, Touch
Claudia Mettke-Hofmann
Role Subject Leader Animal Behaviour
Institution Liverpool John Moores University
Email: c.c.mettke-hofmann@ljmu.ac.uk
Biography My research field is the ‘Evolution of Cognitive Abilities in Birds’, particularly the interaction between behaviour and ecology. Recently, I have focused more on individual differences (personality) in cognition in relation to colour polymorphism.
Research Interests Behavior, Decision Making, Emotions, Evolution, Fear, Learning and Memory, Memory
laura mirams
Role Senior Lecturer in Psychology
Institution Liverpool John Moores University
Andrew Morrison
Role Research Associate
Institution University Of Liverpool
Patricia Murray
Role Prof of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine
Institution University of Liverpool
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Francis O’Neill
Role Senior Lecturer/Consultant in Oral Surgery
Institution University of Liverpool
Biography I have a subspecialty interest in diagnosis and management of facial pain, and research interests in the use of novel diagnostic tests, pathophysiology of chronic pain, and use of neuromodulation in the treatment of chronic pain.
Research Interests Autism, Neuroscience, Pain
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Andrea Piovesan
Role Research Assistant
Institution Edge Hill University
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John Quinn
Role Chair of Neurobiology
Institution University of Liverpool
Email: jquinn@liverpool.ac.uk
Biography Our research is focused on environmental challenges, psychological to physiological, acting on our personal/unique DNA which orchestrates differential gene expression that underpins our well-being and mental health by altering our neurochemistry.
Research Interests Addiction, Aging, Alzheimers Disease, Behavior, Brain Development, Cells and Circuits, Childhood and Adolescence, Cognitive Decline, Computational Neuroscience, Dementia, Depression, Diet and Lifestyle, Epilepsy, Evolution, Genes and Molecules, Genetics, Healthy Aging, Huntingtons Disease, Immune System, Mental Health, Microbiome, Mood, Movement Disorders, Neurodegenerative Disorders, Neurogenesis, Neurons, Neuroscience, Neurotransmitters, Pain, Parkinsons Disease, Schizophrenia, Sleep Disorders, Stress, Stroke, Synapses
 
I welcome enquiries about: Research Collaboration, Studentships, Media and Science Communication
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Fariba Sharifian
Role Research Fellow
Institution Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environments and Human Factors (IfADo) Dortmund,Germany
Massimiliano Stagi
Role Group Leader ( Lecturer)
Institution Liverpool University
Andrej Stancak
Role reader
Institution University of Liverpool
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Susannah Walker
Role Reader in Behavioural Neuroscience
Institution Liverpool John Moores University
Email: s.c.walker@ljmu.ac.uk
Research Interests Animals In Research, Autism, Basal Ganglia, Behavior, Emotions Stress and Anxiety, Neuroscience, Neurotransmitters, Pain, Perception, Prefrontal Cortex, Smell, Social Behavior, Taste, Touch
 
Felicity Wolohan
Role Senior Lecturer in Psychology
Institution Edge Hill University
Email: wolohanf@edgehill.ac.uk
Biography Specific research interests include - How interactions and perceptions of others are shaped by facial/social cues of others. How alterations to the gut-microbiome through probiotic intervention influence social, and non-social cognitive functioning.
Research Interests Attention, Diet, Diet and Lifestyle, Emotions Stress and Anxiety, Hormones, Mental Health, Microbiome, Mood, Neuroscience, Social Behavior, Vision

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