Prof Mark Buckley
Professor of Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience
Fellow in Psychology
Steward of the Senior Common Room
Tutor for Graduates
I went to School in Oldham and then came to Oxford University to read Biological Science at New College where I continued to complete a D.Phil. in Experimental Psychology. A Research Training Fellowship from the MRC, followed by a Royal Society University Research Fellowship, enabled me to continue my research at Oxford and during this period I also became a Science Research Fellow and Lecturer at St John’s College and a Psychology Lecturer at Magdalen College. After completion of the research fellowships I was appointed to a University Lecturership in Experimental Psychology at which point I became the Fellow and Tutor in Psychology at Queen’s. I have been a ‘Visiting Scientist’ at the Cognitive Brain Mapping Laboratory of my collaborators at RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Japan for many years and am a Visiting Professor at Tohoku University Brain Science Centre, also in Japan.