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Award recognising excellence in undergraduate physiology research from the Physiological Society.

We are pleased to congratulate our previous FHS Student, John Logan, on being awarded a 2017 Rob Clarke Awards, recognising excellence in undergraduate physiology research from The Physiology Society.  More information can be found here.


John completed his FHS project within our group in 2015/16.  His project investigated the effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on digit somatotopy in the human somatosensory cortex.  His project received a high distinction mark, and some of the data collected has contributed to a recent publication by the group.

This project was supervised by Charlie Stagg and James Kolasinski, with day-to-day help from Emily Hinson.