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Mr Bradley Richardson MNeuroscience

Postgraduate research student

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Bradley is a recent graduate from the University of Southampton (Integrated masters in Neuroscience) and is now undertaking a PhD under the supervision of Dr Amritpal Mudher investigating the ageing of neurons.

2019- Present: PhD student
2016-2020: Integrated Masters Degree in Neuroscience

Research interests

I have a keen interest in neurodegenerative diseases and how we can possibly look to stop their progression. My interests lie specifically within Alzheimer’s and how Tau/Amyloid contribute towards the progression of diseases as well as how the ageing brain changes over time.

My PhD will be focusing on the later, investigating how neurons change over a life cycle and how this may contribute towards diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

I previously investigated the spread of Tau throughout anatomically linked circuits during my Masters thesis.

Research project: How do neurons age? Does this contribute to age-related decline in behaviour?

Supervisors:

Amritpal Mudher
Herman Wijnen

Funding Agency: Gerald Kerkut Trust 

Research group

Neuroscience

Demonstrator on:

BIOL2052/1  Neuroscience/Principles of Neuroscience

Mr Bradley Richardson
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences
Life Sciences Building 85
University of Southampton
Highfield Campus
Southampton
SO17 1BJ

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