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It is a great pleasure to announce that a number of Neuroscience researchers have been successful in the recent assessment process for the conferment of the title of Associate Professor or University Research Lecturer.

Our warm congratulations go to our new Associate Professors:

  • Rebecca Burton (Pharmacology)
  • Hayriye Cagnan (NDCN)
  • Maria Isabel Da Silva Leite (NDCN)
  • Helen Higham (NDCN)
  • Ramon Luengo-Fernandez (NDCN)
  • Alejo J Nevado-Holgado (Psychiatry)
  • Jacinat O'Shea (Psychiatry)
  • Phi Anh Phan (NDCN)
  • Puneet Plaha (NDCN)
  • Alastair Webb (NDCN)
  • Huiling Tan (NDCN) 
  • Natalie Voets (NDCN)
  • Kerry Walker (DPAG)
  • Polly Waite (Exp Psy)

and to our new University Research Lecturers:

  • Miriam Klein-Flugge (Exp Psy)
  • Stephen McHugh (BNDU) 
  • Nick Myers (Exp Psy)
  • Manuel Spitschan (Exp Psy)
  • Yin Yao Dong (NDCN)

We can all be very proud of their success, which reflects the very diverse and vibrant neuroscience community in Oxford.

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It is a great pleasure to announce that a number of Neuroscience researchers have been successful in the recent assessment process for the conferment of the title of full Professor.