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Durham University



Dr Jason Connolly

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Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 43217
Room number: L14

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Jason Connolly has been an Academic Staff member in Psychology since 2012. He leads the Connolly Lab and is the Psychology-based lead in an interdisciplinary Brain-Computer Interface consortium that utilises functional MRI, Dry-EEG, Kinematics and Neuro-Robotics. He has served as a Reviewer for Nature magazine and 4 UK research funding councils. He has been awarded two collaborative research grants (EU Horizon 2020 (PI) and ESRC (Co-I) - £940k FEC) and has received National (Royal Society) and Durham University (Biophysical Sciences Institute, Wolfson Research Institute) awards. He is the Founder and Lead Organizer of the Durham Computational Biology Group and co-Organizer of Computational Neuroscience for Computability in Europe (CiE, 2019).


Conference Paper

Journal Article

Translated Chapter in Book

  • Cavina-Pratesi, C., Connolly, J.D. & Milner, A.D. (trans.) (2016). 'Optic ataxia: What single-case studies can tell us about the visuomotor brain '. In Neuropsychology, Psychoanalysis, and at the Intersection: Discontinuities - Continuities. For Athanase Tzavaras. Potagas, C. & Petrides, M. (ed.). Athens: Nisos Publications. 17-46

Research Groups

International Collaboration

  • Assistant Professor, J. Gardner (Stanford, USA) - Psychology Department
  • Associate Professor, M. Silver (Berkeley, USA) - Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute
  • Professor J. Culham (Western, CANADA) - Brain & Mind Institute

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