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Professor Stuart Cull-Candy FMedSci FRS (1946-)

Posted on 03/07/2012

BSc Zoology, 1969 Royal Holloway College

Stuart Cull-Candy is the Gaddum Professor of Pharmacology and Professor of Neuroscience at UCL. He also holds a Royal Society-Wolfson Research position. He is a Section Editor of Current Opinions in Neurobiology and has been Editorial Advisor to Nature and other journals. Stuart is a Fellow of the Royal Society, the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Pharmacological Society. He was awarded the GL Brown Prize by the UK Physiological Society and was appointed a Howard Hughes International Scholar in 1993 (one of only 20 in the UK). His research focuses on understanding the molecular and functional properties of glutamate receptor channels underlying fast synaptic transmission in the brain.


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