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Dr Jonathan Erichsen 


Postdoctoral Research Associates

Dr. Nick Wright                      Wellcome Trust           with Prof. John Aggleton (Psychology)

Mr. Tomasz Kutrowski           Leverhulme Trust        with Dr. Turgut Meydan (Engineering)

 

Postgraduate students


Current Grant Support

JT Erichsen & T Meydan

            Magnetoreception in homing pigeons: A novel approach

            Leverhulme Trust Project Grant

            01/10/11 – 30/09/14   £248,049


JP Aggleton, , S Vann, SM O’Mara (Dublin), JT Erichsen

            Cellular substrates supporting the mnemonic functions of Papez’ circuit

            Wellcome Trust Project grant

            01/10/10 – 30/09/13   £205,032


SM O’Mara (Dublin), JP Aggleton, S Vann, JT Erichsen

            Cellular substrates supporting the mnemonic functions of Papez’ circuit

            Wellcome Trust Project grant

            01/10/10 – 30/09/13   €220,932


AJ Quantock (& co-applicants incl. JT Erichsen)

            BBSRC Doctoral Training Grant

            01/10/09 – 30/09/16  £212,040

 

Current Studentship Grants

JM Woodhouse, JT Erichsen, C Williams (Bristol Eye Hospital)

            The assessment of tracking difficulties in children

            College of Optometrists (UK)

            01/10/11 – 30/09/14

 

 

Recent Past Grant Support

JT Erichsen

            European Conference on Magnetic Sensors & Actuars & Satellite Wire Workshop

            Royal Society International Travel Grants - 2010/R2 Conference Participation

            2010-2011                      £1,400


JP Aggleton, SM O’Mara, JT Erichsen & S Vann

            Why are there parallel hippocampal – diencephalic pathways for event memory?

            Wellcome Trust Project Grant

            2007-2010                   £158,395


JT Erichsen

            Visual stimulus generation equipment for Research Unit for Nystagmus

            Nystagmus Network (UK)

            2008                              £11,000


JT Erichsen (PI) & other co-applicants

            Multidisciplinary core facility for microscopic image analysis and 3-D stereology

            BBSRC JREI

            2006                              £69,864


JA Guggenheim, JT Erichsen & PM Hocking

            Mapping QTL for ocular component dimensions in chicken

            BBSRC Project Grant

            2005-2008                   £265,360

 

Recent Research Seminars

July 2010-       Invited speaker, EMSA Conference, Bodrum, Turkey

                                    “Magnetic vision”

Nov 2010-       Invited speaker, Society of Low Vision Specialists, Denmark

                                    “A stable view of the world: Why do we move our eyes?”

July 2011-       Invited speaker, Gordon Conference, Maine, USA:

                                    Eye movements: The motor system that sees the world

                        “Magnetoreception in homing pigeons: The dynamics of saccadic head movements"