MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology, London | United Kingdom
EMBO 1976 | FelC 83–86 | Council 88–93 | TemC 08–11
I retired from active science in 2002. My research had been in immunology, cell biology, and developmental neurobiology. My final 20 years of research concerned the molecular mechanisms that control the development and behaviour of myelinating glial cells and retinal cells. I now spend much of my time on scientific advisory boards in Europe and the USA and thinking about autism.
Keywords: Glial cell development / neuropsychiatric disorders (autism spectrum disorders)
Subject area(s): Development | Differentiation & Death | Neuroscience