Professor Stephen Goodwin

Subject: Medicine and Biomedical Science

Department: Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

College appointment: Tutorial Fellow

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Background

Stephen was educated at Methodist College Belfast. He received his BSc, and PhD from the University of Glasgow. After his PhD, he had a Postdoctoral fellowship with Professor Jeff Hall at Brandeis University. At the end of 1999 Stephen was educated at Methodist College Belfast. He received his BSc, and PhD from the University of Glasgow. After his PhD, he had a Postdoctoral fellowship with Noble laureate Professor Jeff Hall at Brandeis University. At the end of 1999 Stephen returned to the UK as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow. He arrived in Oxford in 2009, where he is a Professor of Neurogenetics, and a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator in the Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour.

Teaching

Neuroscience, Genetics, and Physiology. Courses: Medicine (First BM parts 1 & 2), Biomedical Sciences (BMS Yr 1 & Neuroscience, Genetics, and Physiology. Courses: Medicine (First BM parts 1 & 2), Biomedical Sciences (BMS Yr 1 & 2), Biological Sciences (Yr1), and FHS (Yr 3) in Medical Sciences, Biomedical Sciences. Postgraduate taught: MSc in Neuroscience.

Research Interests

We are interested in the genetic, developmental, and neural mechanisms that underlie sex-specific behaviours.

Recent Publications