Research groups

The Arabzadeh Group - Neural Coding »

The Neural Coding Group has a broad interest in systems neuroscience spanning areas such as sensory coding, adaptation and behaviour.

The Bekkers Group - Olfaction »

We are interested in how the mammalian brain processes sensory information received from the external world.

The Billups Group - Synaptic Mechanisms »

The Synaptic Mechanisms Laboratory investigates how individual synapses in the central nervous system function and how they are modulated.

The Dehorter Group - Neuronal Development »

The Dehorter Group aims to determine how interneurons shape neuronal networks activity and contribute to circuits balance in health and disease.
Angela Dulhunty Group

The Dulhunty Group - Muscle Research »

We study the cellular mechanisms involved in cytoplasmic calcium signalling, with a focus on the surface membrane of skeletal and cardiac muscle fibres.

The Kheradpezhouh Group - Calcium Signalling  »

Our group investigates how calcium channels and receptors affect the sensory processing in cortical neurons with the focus on detection and behaviour.

The Lamb Group - Retinal rod and cone photoreceptors »

Research on elucidate the molecular mechanisms underlying phototransduction and adaptation -the conversion of light into a neural signal and subsequent recovery

The Maddess Group - Diagnostics for Eye Diseases »

My interest in the optical designs of invertebrate eyes led me to study how visual systems squeeze real-time information into brains of limited capacity

The McCullough Group – Computational Neuroscience »

The McCullough Group uses methods from machine learning and mathematics to study how the brain processes information and controls behaviour.
Riccardo Natoli clear vision research

The Natoli Group - Clear Vision Research Lab »

Our lab studies a number of retinal diseases, with our main focus on finding novel diagnostics and treatment options for Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

The Stuart Group - Neuronal Signalling »

The Neuronal Signalling Group studies the electrical and chemical signals that nerve cells in the brain use to communicate with one another.

The Valter Group - Retinal Cell Damage and Repair »

My research has been focused on degenerative diseases of the retina, from the molecular and cellular level to the clinical.

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