Professor in Cognitive Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation, Keele University

I am an academic, cognitive neuropsychological researcher, director of the Psychology Research Centre and former honorary secretary of the British Neuropsychological Society.

I was awarded my PhD in visual neurophysiology from the Department of Communication and Neuroscience, Keele University in 1988, and went onto complete a series of postdoctoral fellowships in the MRC Neuropsychology Unit, Oxford University, with Professor Freda Newcombe; Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Birmingham with Professor Glyn Humphreys; and University Department of Psychiatry, Birmingham, with psychiatrist Professor Femi Oyebode. She returned to Keele University in 1999 as lecturer, promoted to senior lecturer in 2006, and Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation in 2013.

Experience

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    Professor in Cognitive Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation, Keele University