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Posted on 21/07/2015

Neuroscience in Oxford: four centuries of discovery



The University of Oxford is leading the way in functional magnetic resonance imaging, optogenetics, psychiatry, and study of the developing and ageing brain. Learn about the characters and developments that have shaped over 400 years of innovation and how these discoveries are still relevant today.


Professor Zoltan Molnar works in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics at Oxford. He is a world-leading expert in brain development, particularly the interactions between the environment and the unfolding genetic program of brain development, with special attention to the cerebral cortex.


He has a strong interest in the history of neuroscience and with Dr Damion Young he has started the History of Medical Sciences website.


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