Professor Jeremy Hall

I took my first degree in biology at Oxford University before moving to Edinburgh to study preclinical medicine. I then completed my medical degree at Cambridge University as part of the MB/PhD programme. I studied for my PhD on the molecular correlates of emotional learning and memory under the supervision of Professor Barry Everitt in Cambridge. I then moved to Edinburgh where I have worked primarily on schizophrenia and related neurodevelopmental disorders. My clinical research has been supported by a Training Fellowship from the MRC and a senior Fellowship from the AMS/SFC as well as research grants from the Wellcome Trust, MRC and European Union and industrial collaborations (TMRI, Pfizer, Abbott). My current position is as Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at Cardiff University and Director of the Cardiff Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute.

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