Bernard Wolfe Professor of Health Neuroscience, University of Cambridge

I trained in medicine and then psychiatry.
I obtained a PhD in cognitive neuroscience in 2004 for work on the brain substrates of human memory. My ensuing research has been into the impact of drugs and clinical conditions on perception, learning, memory and decision-making

Experience

  • 2008–2017
    Bernard Wolfe Professor of Health Neuroscience, University of Cambridge

Honours

Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences