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Left to right: Prof Fritjof Helmchen (ZNZ), David Koetser, Ruth Koetser, Christopher Kennard and Jenny Waters of the Koetser Foundation
Left to right: Prof Fritjof Helmchen (ZNZ), David Koetser, Ruth Koetser, Christopher Kennard and Jenny Waters of the Koetser Foundation

Christopher Kennard, Head of the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, has received the Betty and David Koetser Foundation for Brain Research 2015 award. The presentation followed his lecture at the Centre for Neurosciences Zurich (ZNZ) annual symposium on Friday 11 September. 

The award recognises many years of world leading research, by Chris and his team, into central disorders of vision and the cognitive control of saccadic eye movements in health and disease.

Read more about the group's work...

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