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  • Scott Cheng-Hsin Yang Scott Cheng-Hsin Yang
    I study Bayesian active sensing in sensorimotor control. Up until now the field has focused primarily on visual search tasks. I aim to go beyond the conventional and explore active sensing in more complex scenarios both experimentally and theore...
  • Giles Yeo Dr Giles Yeo
    I study brain control of body-weight, and currently have two main aims: 1.) To determine a role for FTO in energy balance. SNPs in FTO are strongly associated with obesity. FTO is nutritionally regulated within the ARC, and modulating FTO expres...
  • Shel Hwa Yeo Dr Shel Hwa Yeo
    My research interest is the kisspeptin neuronal network in the adult mouse brain. Kisspeptin neuropeptides are the potent stimulators of the gonadotrophin-releasing hormone (GnRH) neurons that govern the reproductive functions in mammals. My curre...
  • Steve Young Professor Steve Young
    My primary interest is in adaptive learning in spoken dialogue systems. This currently involves modelling human machine dialogues using the framework of Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes (POMDPs). The research issues addressed incl...
  • Dr Patrick Yu-Wai-Man PhD, FRCPath, FRCOphth
    I am an academic neuro-ophthalmologist with a major research interest in mitochondrial eye diseases. My research programme is currently focused on dissecting the molecular genetic basis and the disease mechanisms leading to progressive retinal g...
  • Temur Yunusov Dr Temur Yunusov
    Locomotion in Drosophila melanogaster larva requires coordinated output of motorneurons that drive the contractions of the body wall muscles. The dendrites of motorneurons in the Ventral Nerve Cord are oganised to form a 'myotopic' representation ...