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Congratulations to Associate Professor Tim Vogels (Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics), who has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship and an ERC Consolidator grant.

Professor Tim Vogels smiling

Tim Vogels has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship on "Exploring the spatiotemporal dynamics of memory” and an ERC Consolidator grant on "Machine learning assisted exploration of synaptic plasticity." These highly prestigious awards will fund his lab for the next five years.

Tim has been part of the CNCB since 2013, funded by a Sir Henry Dale Fellowship of the Wellcome Trust and the Royal Society, and his research group is also part of the neurotheory initiative at the University of Oxford. 

Read more (Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics website)

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