Luke Bryden successfully defends his D.Phil. thesis

Luke Bryden successfully defends his D.Phil. thesis

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Our congratulations go to Unit D.Phil. student Luke Bryden for successfully defending his doctoral thesis, entitled “A functional characterisation of retrorubral field dopaminergic neurons”, in his viva voce examination on 24th June 2021.

Luke’s viva examiners were Professor John Reynolds (University of Otago, New Zealand) and Professor Stephanie Cragg (University of Oxford). The viva took place remotely via digital conferencing.

Luke was supervised by Professor Peter Magill (MRC BNDU), Dr Paul Dodson (Associate Member of MRC BNDU), and Associate Professor Mark Walton (Experimental Psychology).

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