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Research project

NeuroChip: A microfluidic sensor for electrophysiological recording of a nematode neural network - Holden Dye - BBSRC


Lead researcher

Professor Lindy Holden-Dye BSc, MSc, PhD, FRSB, FBPhS


Research interests

  • Neuropharmacology
  • Invertebrate neuroscience
  • Nematode neurobiology
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Other researchers

Professor Vincent O'connor

Professor of Neurochemistry

Research interests

  • Molecular mechanism of synaptic function and dysfunction
  • Synaptic degeneration
  • Genetic models of synaptic and neuronal dysfunction
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Professor Hywel Morgan MBE

Professor of Bioelectronics

Research interests

  • Microfluidics
  • Bio-sensors
  • Lab-on-a-chip technologies
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Fernando Calahorro, Francesca Keefe, James Dillon, Lindy Holden-dye & Vincent O'connor, 2019, The Journal of Experimental Biology, 222((Pt 3)), 1-11
Type: article
Mark Lucanic, Theo Garrett, Ivan Yu, Fernando Calahorro Nunez, Azar Asadi Shahmirzadi, Aaron Miller, Matthew S. Gill, Robert E. Hughes, Linda Holden-Dye & Gordon J. Lithgow, 2016, Aging Cell, 15(5), 832-841
Type: article