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Dr Casimir Ludwig


I studied psychology (and a bit of the cognitive science programme) at what is now known as the Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands), eventually specialising in neuropsychology. I spent almost a year at the MRC-Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, where I was fortunate enough to work with John Duncan on visual attentional control in neurological patients with a variety of brain lesions. It was this experience that got me excited about a research career. I stayed in the UK and obtained my PhD from the University of Bristol early 2003. I was a post-doctoral researcher for 5 years before being awarded a 5-year Advanced Research Fellowship from the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Towards the end of the fellowship I was offered a proleptic position at the University of Bristol, as a Reader in Experimental Psychology.



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