Sean James Fallon | Alumnus
Sean James Fallon started his Ph.D in 2006 under the supervision of Adrian Owen at the Medical Research Council's Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (MRC-CBU), Cambridge, UK. His thesis examined the dopaminergic basis of deficits in planning and attention in healthy older adults and Parkinson's Disease (PD) patients. In April 2010, he moved to the Donders Institute, Netherlands for a post-doc with Roshan Cools to examine the extent to which the behavioural response to positive or negative feedback is dependent upon frontal and striatal dopamine levels. Currently, he is a post doc in the lab of Masud Husain in Oxford.
For more see: www.masudhusain.org