Prof Roger Barker, University of Cambridge

Prof Roger Barker

University of Cambridge

Director
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Roger Barker is Professor of Clinical Neuroscience and Honorary Consultant in Neurology at the University of Cambridge and at Addenbrooke's Hospital.  He trained at Oxford and London and has been in his current position since 2000, after completing an MRC Clinician Scientist Fellowship.

Roger combines basic research looking at novel therapies to treat chronic neurodegenerative disorders of the brain with clinically-based work aimed at better defining such disorders. He is the co-ordinator of the TRANSEURO project looking at fetal cell grafting in patients with early Parkinson's Disease and is part of the GFORCE PD initiative as well as Director of the International Society for Stem Cell Research.

Dr Zoe Hewitt, University of Sheffield

Dr Zoe Hewitt

University of Sheffield

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Director

Prof Roger Barker
University of Cambridge

 

Co-Investigators

Dr Cedric Ghevaert, Dr Florian Merkle, Dr Serena Nik-Zainal
University of Cambridge

Dr Ivana Barbaric, Dr Marta Milo
University of Sheffield

Prof Robert Thomas, Dr Mark McCall
Loughborough University

Prof Wolf Reik
Babraham Institute

Research Team

Dr Venkat Pisupati, Dr Moyra Lawrence, Ms Mercy Danga
University of Cambridge

Dr Dylan Stavish, Mr Duncan Baker
University of Sheffield

Dr Preeti Holland
Loughborough University

UKRI Innovation/Rutherford Fellows aligned to UKRMP PSEC Hub:

Dr William Kuan, University of Cambridge

Dr Ferdinand von Meyenn, King’s College London