Early Career Research Fellow, University Research Lecturer
Michael Kohl received a B.Sc in Neuroscience (2005) from University College London, and, as part of the Wellcome Trust Oxford Ion Channel Initiative, a D.Phil in Physiology (2009) from the University of Oxford. He carried out his postdoctoral studies at the University of Cambridge and Stanford University (2010-2011) and the University of California, Berkeley (2012-2013). He became an Early Career Research Fellow at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics in 2013 where he leads a laboratory focused on unravelling fundamental neural coding principles.
Michael's key research interest is information encoding in the brain. He integrates studies on learning & memory in the hippocampus with research into information processing in the sensory cortices. Follow this link to visit his laboratory website to find out more.