trained in biochemistry at the University
of Leeds and graduated in 1970. I
then did a PhD in neurochemistry,
again at Leeds, which I completed
in 1974. In 1976 I moved to the Institute
of Psychiatry in London where I am
still working. I spent around twenty
years doing research in neurochemistry
and neuropharmacology before moving
to brain imaging in 1992.
In 1996 I founded the Brain Image
Analysis Unit with my colleague Ed
Bullmore (now Professor of Psychiatry
at Cambridge). In 2000, I was appointed
Professor of Neuroimaging at the Institute
of Psychiatry, Kings College, London.
I am also Catedratico (Professor)
in Transdisciplinary Imaging Studies
at the Institute of Advanced Transdisciplinary
Studies (IEAT: Instituto de Estudos
Avancados Transdisciplinarios) in
the Federal University of Minas Gerais,
Belo Horizonte, Brazil (since 2003).
My interests are in all aspects of
the analysis of brain MRI (magnetic
resonance imaging) scans and their
application to understanding brain
structure and function.
My web site is under reconstruction
at the moment but more details can
be found on the section dealing with
the Department of Biostatistics and