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researcher , neuroscientist

Andrew John King, British neuroscientist, researcher. Recipient Layton Science Research award, King's College, London, 1980, Wellcome prize medal and lecture in Physiology, Physiological Society, 1980; grantee, Wellcome Trust, since 1991, Medical Research Council, Defeating Deafness, European Commission.

Background

King, Andrew John was born on April 8, 1959 in Greenford, Middlesex, England. Son of Neville Douglas King and Audrey Kathleen Manix.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University London, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, National Institute Medical Research University London, 1984.

Career

SERC postdoctoral fellow University Oxford, England, 1984—1986. Douglas McAlpine junior research fellow neurology Green College, Oxford, England, 1983—1986. Edward Penley Abraham junior research fellow medical science Lincoln College, Oxford, England, 1986—1989.

Lister Institute research fellow University Oxford, England, 1986—1991, Wellcome senior research fellow basic biomedical science England, 1991—2006, reader auditory physiology England, 2000—2004. Senior research fellow medical science Merton College, Oxford, England, 2002—2007, professor neurophysiology, since 2004, Wellcome principal research fellow, since 2006, supernumerary fellow, since 2007.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Member of Association Research Otolaryngology, International Brain Research Organization, American Physiological Society, European Neuroscience Association, United States Society Neuroscience, British Society Audiology, British Neuroscience Association, The Physiological Society, The Lister Institute of Preventive Medical.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cooking, travel, movies, tennis.

Connections

Life partner Scott Bryan.

father:
Neville Douglas King

mother:
Audrey Kathleen Manix