Dr Martin Clark

Lecturer in NeurobiologySchool of Psychology and Humanities

Martin teaches across a range of the neuroscience modules in the Psychology department and is one of the core team members on the Neuroscience undergraduate degree. He has a particular interest in electrophysiological recording methods and has published work investigating the role of neurotransmitters, such as dopamine in modulating the neuronal activity of the basal ganglia. He is particularly interested in how these responses are altered in animal models of disorder, such as ASD and depression. Martin was awarded the early career rising star award in recognition of his research engagement.