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Dr Paul Knox

Dr Paul Knox was born and educated in Glasgow, and studied Physiology at the University of Glasgow, from where he obtained his PhD in Neurobiology in 1988. He took up postdoctoral appointments in the Universities of Hull and Edinburgh, before obtaining a Wellcome Trust Vision Research Fellowship, which allowed him to develop his interests in vision and eye movement, working in the Centre for Neuroscience, at the University of Edinburgh. Currently the Reader in Vision Science in the University of Liverpool, he now conducts research on human visually-guided behaviour in development, ageing, health and disease. A longstanding member of “Christians in Science”, he is a member of Bridge Chapel, a large independent Baptist church in south Liverpool.

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