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Michael Kohl

University Research Lecturer


Michael Kohl received a B.Sc in Neuroscience (2005) from University College London, and, as part of the Wellcome Trust Oxford Ion Channel Initiative, a D.Phil in Physiology (2009) from the University of Oxford. He carried out his postdoctoral studies at the University of Cambridge and Stanford University (2010-2011) and the University of California, Berkeley (2012-2013). He became an Early Career Research Fellow at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics in 2013 and University Research Lecturer in 2018. He focuses on unravelling fundamental neural coding principles.

Research Summary

Michael's key research interest is information encoding in the brain. He integrates studies on learning & memory in the hippocampus with research into information processing in the sensory cortices. 

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