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neuropsychologist , researcher

Peter William Halligan, British Neuropsychologist, researcher. Grantee Stroke Association, 1987, 91, 93, 95, 97, Medical Research Council, Jules Thoren, Wellcome. Fellow British Psychological Society (chartered psychologist, Spearman medal 1993), Psychological Society Ireland; member Association British Neurologists, British Neuropsychology Society, European Brain and Behavior Society, Brain Research Association.

Background

Halligan, Peter William was born on March 4, 1959 in Dublin, Ireland. Son of Michael James and Maureen (O'Connell) Halligan.

Education

Bachelor, University Dublin, 1979. Master of Arts, University Dublin, 1981. Higher diploma in education, University Dublin, 1982.

Diploma in clinical and experimental psychology, University Dublin, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Neuropsychology, Oxford Brooks University, 1989.

Career

Research neuropsychologist, National Health Svc., Oxford, England, 1985-1989; senior research officer, U. Oxford, 1989-1997; research fellow, U. Oxford, 1993-1997; Medical Research Council senior research fellow, U. Oxford, since 1997.

Works

Membership

Fellow British Psychological Society (chartered psychologist, Spearman medal 1993), Psychological Society Ireland. Member Association British Neurologists, British Neuropsychology Society, European Brain and Behavior Society, Brain Research Association.

Connections

Married Julie Ann Marks.

father:
Michael James Halligan

mother:
Maureen (O'Connell) Halligan

spouse:
Julie Ann Marks.