Alumni

Former PhD-students

Dr Aoife Mahon (2014 to 2017)

Thesis: “Shared spatial attention for action selection and action monitoring”

Dr Alasdair I. Ross (2013 to 2016)

Thesis: “The effects of perceptual, motor and cognitive constraints on obstacle avoidance during reaching”

Funded Research Assistants

Matthew Johnson (2019-2020)

Research assistant on the Leverhulme Trust funded project: “Handle with care: Material Properties in Vision and Action Control” in collaboration with Prof Julie Harris.

Dr Anna Nowakowska (2018-2019)

Research assistant on the Leverhulme Trust funded project: “Handle with care: Material Properties in Vision and Action Control” in collaboration with Prof Julie Harris.

Dr Louisa Miller (2014-2016)

Research assistant on a Larger Collaborative Grant project funded by the Carnegie Trust: “Memory and motor performance” in collaboration with Dr Gavin Buckingham.

Funded student scholarships

Kamilla Bonnesen (2019)

Vacation Scholarship from the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland to support the project: “Do we need orientation perception for successful letter posting?”

Andrei Birladeanu (2018)

Vacation Studentship by The Rank Prize Funds to support the project: “Investigating changes in visual orientation processing and their effect on visuomotor control during healthy ageing”.

Laura Koroknai (2017)

Vacation Scholarship: Discovering Research scholarship to the project: “The effects of attention and expertise on bimanual movement planning and control”.

Ioana Stanciu (2014)

Vacation Scholarship: Developing Scientist scholarship to support the project: “The effect of eye-movements on obstacle avoidance”.