Jemma Davoudian awarded Bradshaw-Eagle Summer Studentship
2nd year student wins Undergraduate Research Scholarship for vision-related research project
Jemma Davoudian (2nd year BSc Psychology) has been awarded the Bradshaw-Eagle summer studentship from the Applied Vision Association. The aim of this scheme is to support undergraduates who wish to carry out supervised summer research projects. The Scholarship will provide a stipend of £1600 to support Jemma carrying out a self-contained vision-related research project. In her project, Jemma aims to investigate whether position coding for faces is a distinct process to that of objects, supervised by Prof. John Greenwood. The purpose of the scheme is to allow the student to experience a real research environment and to be trained to carry out a piece of scientific research, with them aim of encouraging them to consider an academic research career.