Four Cambridge neuroscientists were listed in the most recent edition of Highly Cited Researchers.
Professor Roger Barker (Department of Clinical Neurosciences) works on the Clinical aspects of Parkinson's and Huntington's disease including the study of disease heterogeneity using cognitive testing, functional imaging and genetic biomarkers.
Professor Ed Bullmore (Department of Psychiatry and Co-Director of Cambridge Neuroscience) is interested in understanding human brain network organization from neuroimaging data in health and disease. His recent methodological work has focused on graph theory to measure aspects of brain network topology.
Professor Trevor Robbins' (Department Psychology) research interests span the areas of cognitive neuroscience, behavioural neuroscience and psychopharmacology. His main work focuses on the functions of the frontal lobes of the brain and their connections with other regions.
Professor Peter Jones (Department of Psychiatry). The Cambridge “epiCentre” group works at the interface between population-based research, neuroscience and clinical psychiatry in order to understand the causes, mechanisms and treatments for psychosis (particularly schizophrenia) dementia, depression and bipolar
This means that over the period 2004-2014, they each co-authored a large number of papers that were cited in the top 1% of all papers published in the fields of neuroscience and behaviour or psychiatry/psychology.
Posted on 07/12/2016
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