Harry is one of our newest members here at the Regenerative Neuroscience Group, only joining the team on a temporary basis in June 2012. He received a Bachelor of Science (Neuroscience) from the University of Sydney in 2011. Wishing to further his knowledge in the field of Neuroscience, in 2012 he decided to enroll into the Masters of Brain and Mind Sciences Program, a postgraduate course offered at the Brain and Mind Research Institute in affiliation with the University of Sydney. Harry has strong interests in the gross anatomy and functional pathways of the brain.
Hoping to pursue a research career in neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s or Dementia, Harry took up a position with the RNG as part of his Masters Program. Here he will be working under Amit Lampit to assist in clinical trials which aim to identify whether cognitive training alone or additionally with the administration of creatine can improve cognition in MCI patients, and potentially Dementia patients.
Harry enjoys playing rugby, and spends his spare time training in the gym or keeping fit and active in the outdoors.