The Parkinson's Appeal for Deep Brain Stimulation

R S J FrackowiakProfessor RSJ Frackowiak MA., MD., DSc., Docteur (hon causa, Liege ), FRCP, FMedSci.
Richard Frackowiak is Vice-Provost of University College London.

He moved to the post from the Directorship/Deanship of the Institute of Neurology at UCL which he held for 4 years. He is a Professor of Neurology and a Wellcome Trust Principal Clinical Research Fellow.

He previously chaired the Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience and its Functional Imaging Laboratory where he retains a research activity, holds a programme grant and remains a Principal Investigator. His scientific interest is in structural and functional brain mapping in health and disease.

He obtained his research degree at the MRC Cyclotron Unit. He has won the IPSEN and Wilhelm Feldberg prizes. His scientific output includes over 298 peer reviewed papers and the books "Human Brain Function" and "Brain Mapping: The Disorders" published by Academic Press. He is the 4th most highly cited British biomedical scientist in the decade 1990-2000.



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