Tim Andrews
Professor

Profile

Biography

  • Kingston University
    BSc in Biology
  • University of London
    PhD in Neuroscience

Career

  • Duke University
    Department of Neurobiology
  • University of Oxford
    University Laboratory of Physiology
  • University of Durham
    Department of Psychology

Departmental roles

Director, MSc Cognitive Neuroscience

Strand Leader: Brain and Behaviour

Research

Overview

My research interests are based around understanding the brain processes that allow us to perceive the visual world.

  • How are natural images represented in higher visual areas?
  • How is information about faces represented in the human brain.

Research group(s)

  • David Watson
  • Mladen Sormaz
  • Tessa Flack
  • Kay Weibert
  • Xiaoqian Yan
  • David Coggan

Collaborators

  • Andy Young
  • Tom Hartley
  • Dan Baker
  • Tony Morland
  • Peter Thompson
  • Mike Burton
  • Rob Jenkins

Available PhD research projects

I am happy to supervise students who are interested in the brain processes involved in vision

Publications

Full publications list

Teaching

Undergraduate

BSc Psychology

  • Brain and Behaviour 1
  • Neuroimaging of Vision

Postgraduate

MSc Cognitive Neuroscience

  • Basic Principles in Neuroimaging
  • Research Design and Analysis in Neuroimaging

External activities

Memberships

  • Society for Neuroscience
  • Vision Sciences Society

Editorial duties

Editor, Perception

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Contact details

Tim Andrews
Professor
Department of Psychology
Room PS/B105

Tel: 01904 324356

http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~ta505/