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DPhil Student, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences

Lily Su smiling outdoorsI am a first year DPhil student at the University of Oxford studying how parameters of eye movements change in Parkinson’s disease.

Before coming to Oxford, I studied Anatomy and Cell Biology, at McGill University in Canada where I took part in a wide range of science projects including electrophysiology, physical imaging, protein interaction and behavioural responses.

In my current project, I talk to patients and collect eye movement data from them, which I enjoy immensely. When not testing patients for my DPhil, I can be found playing music or jogging in the sunshine.

I’m looking forward to meeting lots of different people at the Royal Society and engaging in interesting conversations about neuroscience!