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Research Interests

  • The repositioning of zolpidem for Parkinson’s.  
  • Electrophysiological, morphological and neurochemical studies on neurons of the basal ganglia.

  • Synchronous neuronal oscillations in primary motor cortex.

Teaching Activity

BSc Neuroscience

Cellular and Developmental Neuroscience (NE1002), Neuropharmacology (NE2011) 

Placement corodinator (NEP003), Project coordinator (NE3RPA &B),

Brain Disorders and Disease (NE3011), Neuronal Synchrony and Oscillations (NE3006)

MPharm Programme

Systems Neuropharmacology (PH3601)

Employment

2013 - date  Professor of Neuroscience

2007 - 2013 Reader in Neurophysiology Aston University.

2004 – 2007 Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology, Aston University.

2004 – 2010 MRC Career Development Fellow.

2002 – 2004 Lecturer in Pharmacology, Aston University.

1997 – 2001 Wellcome Trust Career Development Fellow, University of Birmingham.

1992 – 1997 Post-doctoral Research Fellow, University of Birmingham.

1989 – 1992 PhD, University of Southampton.

1987 – 1989 BSc (Hons), University of Southampton.

Administrative Roles

2018 - to date  Director of Post Graduate Research Degree Programmes (LHS)

2017 - 2019     LHS Ethics Committee Deputy Chair 

2010 - 2016     Elected Member of Senate

2009 - 2015     University Research Committee and Executive                                

2009 - 2015     LHS Senior Management Team

2009 - 2016     Associate Dean for Research & Enterprise (LHS)

2007 - 2009     Associate Director of Research and Head of Biomedical Sciences.

2005 - to date  LHS Research Committee (Member & Chair)                                       

2005 – 2007     Research Convenor – Physiology and Pharmacology.

2002 - 2012     Aston University Bioethics Committee 

 

 

Research Interests

Email: i.m.stanford@aston.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0) 121 204 4015 
Room:
 MB351b

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