I am a neuroscientist interested in measuring the electrical properties of neurons in the mammalian brain and how they change in conditions such as epilepsy, schizophrenia, and Alzheimer’s disease
Research: Technical Summary
I am an electrophysiologist interested in neuronal and synaptic physiology in both health and disease. I use multiple patch-clamp recording to study synaptic transmission. I have combined electrophysiology with computational analysis (in collaboration with Prof Magnus Richardson Warwick Mathematics) to measure the electrophysiological properties of neurons.
Current projects include investigation of neuronal function in models of epilepsy, schizophrenia, and neurodegeneration and how neural circuits can be modulated by changes in the levels of carbon dioxide.
For a full list of publications, see WRAP
- PhD Neurophysiology. Department of Zoology, University of Bristol 1993