Professor Joanna Wardlaw received 2021 British Neuroscience Association Prize
Professor Joanna Wardlaw received the British Neuroscience Association Prize 2021, in category Outstanding Contribution to Neuroscience.
The British Neuroscience Association recognitions are given annualy in 4 different categories.
About Professor Joanna Wardlaw
Professor Wardlaw is Chair of Applied Neuroimaging and Head of Neuroimaging Sciences and the Director of the Row Fogo Centre for Research into Ageing and the Brain at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focuses on small vessel disease and stroke. She is involved in multiple studies and trials aimed at improving diagnosis, understanding the cause and preventing these diseases.
She has established the Brain Research Imaging Centre at the University, and a Scotland-wide imaging network called SINAPSE. She has published over 850 papers on stroke and SVD.
Professor Joanna Wardlaw research profile
Professor Joanna Wardlaw - publications
Small Vessel Disease (external website)
2021 British Neuroscience Association Prize winners (external link)