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Current Kohl Group team members

Some of the current kohl group members. © mmk

PI, Research Fellows and Postdocs

Dr Liad Baruchin
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
"Interrogation of the role of transient interneuron circuits in the development of normal sensory activity in vivo."
(with Prof Simon Butt and Prof Pete Magill, since 2017, BBSRC) 

Dr Ee (Chris) Chong
Senior Postdoctoral Research Scientist
"Spatiotemporally multiplexed 2-photon imaging."
(with Prof Martin Booth, since 2016, Wellcome Trust)

Dr Michael Kohl
Early Career Research Fellow

Dr Mariangela Panniello
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
"Input-output relationships in somatosensory processing."
(since 2016, Wellcome Trust)

Dr Friedemann Zenke
Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow
"Role of complex synaptic dynamics for learning and memory."
(based with Prof Tim Vogels, experimental work with Prof Scott Waddell and us, since 2016, Wellcome Trust)

Graduate students

Ms Ana Bottura de Barros
"Linking neocortex and hippocampus – The Role of Retrosplenial Cortex in Associative Memory."
(2015-2018, CNPq Scholarship)

Mr Severin Limal
"Unravelling principles of multisensory processing in vS1 and A1."

Ms Tai-Ying Lee
"Role of top-down retrosplenial inputs in somatosensory processing during learning."
(2017-2020, Oxford-Taiwan Scholarship)

Mr James Rowland
"The role of inhibition in generating sparse neural codes for sensory-guided behaviour."
(2017-2020, Wellcome Trust Scholarship)

Ms Suzanne Scott
"Novel pharmacological tools for the functional dissection of different GABAergic interneuron populations."
(2015-2018, Wellcome Trust Scholarship)

Project students

Ms Afrah Shibu
"Laminar-specific neural coding principles in somatosensory processing,"
(FHS Medical Sciences, 2017-18)

Mr Mitchell Mealing
"Intrinsic connectivity in the retrosplenial cortex."
(FHS Medical Sciences, 2017-18)


Prof Jeehyun Kwag, Korea University.
On sabbatical leave with us during academic year 2016/17.
(Collaborator, Seoul)