Dr Paul KasherPhD

Lecturer in Neurosci. & Exp. Psychology

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I am a translational neuroscientist with expertise in the generation and characterisation of experimental models of neurological disease. I am currently developing an independent line of research studying pathological mechanisms in haemorrhagic stroke - in the context of both rare inherited disorders and sporadic forms of intracerebral haemorrhage. In collaboration with the Manchester Stroke Research group, I am specifically investigating the use of zebrafish larvae as an alternative pre-clinical approach for studying the innate immune response to brain injury following haemorrhage.


2017 - present: Stroke Association HRH The Princess Margaret Lecturer, University of Manchester

2015 - 2017: Research Fellow, University of Manchester

2011 - 2015: Research Associate, University of Manchester

2009-2011: Research Associate, University of Amsterdam

2005-2009: PhD, Translational Neuroscience, Academic Neurology Unit, University of Sheffield

2004-2005: Research Assistant, University of Sheffield

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