Ceri Davies is Professor of Anatomy in the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London. He has overall responsibility for the provision of undergraduate Anatomy teaching and takes the lead for Anatomy teaching in the Graduate Entry Programme. He also contributes to the 6 year MBBS course, the Biomedical Sciences BSc course and is active in postgraduate medical education. Ceri is active in supporting the discipline of Anatomy at a national and international level and has served on the Human Tissue Authority. He is currently President of the Anatomical Society, Vice-President of the Institute of Anatomical Sciences and the Inspector of Anatomy for Ireland. His research interests are: the pathophysiology of septic encephalopathy, the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease and comparative neuroanatomy. Ceri was a judge in the England Brain Bee 2017 competition.
I am a research fellow working at the University of Sussex where I am investigating how brain cells make sense of the world. My experiments focus on how neurons all over the brain encode different types of touch. I do this by recording electrical activity or taking images of brain cells while subjects are stimulated with complex vibrations. I have previously worked at the University of Manchester (where I obtained my PhD), HHMI Janelia Research Campus in the US and The Institute of Neuroscience in Alicante, Spain. I have had some good times away from lab performing touch illusions to general public audiences.
I am currently an Investigator Scientist at The Institute of Prion Diseases at University College London where my research focuses on determining the structure of misfolded proteins that cause neurodegenerative diseases. I am also currently the public engagement coordinator for the institute (with Jessica Sells). I have previously worked at the MRC in Cambridge and at AstraZeneca in Cheshire determining the structure of proteins involved in human disease. I completed my PhD at The University of Sheffield, my MRes in Structural Proteomics at St Andrews University and my BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry also from The University of Sheffield.
I currently work as a lab technician researching the structure of prion proteins at the MRC Prion Unit at UCL. I have experience of designing and delivering workshops, activities and events to communicate and educate various target audiences in the subject of neurodegenerative diseases through various methods and channels, applying for external funding for public engagement activities, and recruiting scientists to receive training and get involved in public engagement and science communication.
I’m a molecular geneticist by training. I have completed my PhD in 2015 from the University of Cambridge specializing in skin biology. I’m currently working as a research associate at King’s College London. I have a long-standing interest in neurobiology and enjoy thinking how the brain makes us, us. I will soon be starting my postdoctoral training at Stanford University, USA to study the molecular aspect of synapse formation and function. Besides being a scientist, I’m an avid communicator of science, especially to school students through the STEM ambassador programme.
I am a Neurobiologist and PhD student studying at the University of Westminster. I attained my 1st in Biomedical Science (BSc) from King’s College London in 2014. Between 2012-2013 I underwent an exchange year at the National University of Singapore, one of the highest ranking universities in Asia.