Nathanael O'Neill (BMedSc)
Thesis title: Functional Characterisation of Spontaneously opening GABAA Receptors in the Rat Dentate Gyrus
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nathanael_Oneill
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=BaE_ZesAAAAJ&hl=en
BMedsc (Hons) Medical Science (1st Class; 73%); University of Birmingham
Selected Modules: Neurobiology of the Brain, Molecular and Integrative Pharmacology.
Dissertation: Allosteric Modulation of the 5-HT3 receptor (81%)
Pensby High School for Boys
A Levels: Biology A, Physics A, Chemistry B AS Level: Mathematics (with statistics) A GCSEs: 3A*, 6A, 1B (Maths A*, English A, Biology A, Physics A*, Chemistry A)
Supervised undergratuate pharmacology student, Molly Hickey
PhD Thesis: Functional Characterisation of Spontaneously Opening GABAA Receptors.
BNA 2019, Dublin: Poster presentation
FENS 2018, Dublin: Poster presentation
Scottish Neuroscience Meeting 2018, Dundee: Poster presentation + 1 minute thesis competition (awarded second prize).
CCBS Conference 2018+19, Edinburgh: 3 minute thesis competition (awarded first prize in 2019)
Edinburgh Neuroscience Day 2017+18+19, Edinburgh: Poster presentations