SCIENCE TEAM

Sibah Hasan

Sibah Hasan

Senior Neuroscientist

Sibah graduated with a PhD in Life Science from the University of Lausanne, where he validated a new wake-promoting compound (FDA & EMA approved) using a pharmacogenomics approach. He has over 10 years of postdoctoral experience in Neuroscience research (Surrey and Oxford Universities) ranging from biomarker development (for Sleep and Circadian rhythms) to studying the effects of light in brain and behaviour. After finishing his postdoctoral research at the Department of Pharmacology (University of Oxford), working on septo-hippocampal oscillations, he joined Neuro-Bio as Senior Neuroscientist working on both biomarkers and therapeutic approaches to tackle neurodegeneration.
Anna Ashton

Anna Ashton

Postdoctoral Scientist

Anna has over ten years experience in research spanning pharmaceutical, biotech and academic labs. She graduated with a PhD in Medical Sciences from the University of Aberdeen, in which she studied the role of retinoic acid in the pineal gland. She then gained postdoctoral experience in the Clinical Neurosciences department at the University of Oxford, where she studied the molecular mechanisms of the circadian clock through genomic, proteomic and imaging approaches
Kashif Mahfooz

Kashif Mahfooz

Postdoctoral Scientist

Kashif received his PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Navarra, Spain. His thesis was focussed on short term synaptic plasticity (STP) and epilepsy. In 2016, he joined Department of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford as a Postdoctoral research fellow. He has more than 14 years of experience in Neuroscience research with expertise in the field of neurodevelopmental disorders, cortical circuit formation and neurodegeneration. He joined Neuro-Bio as Senior Scientist and he is using optical and electrophysiological techniques to screen and identify lead compounds with potential for Alzheimer’s therapy.
Jack Gordon

Jack Gordon

Research Scientist

Jack is a third year DPhil student at the Department of Pharmacology, University of Oxford after graduating from the University of Sheffield with a BSc Hons in Biomedical Sciences in 2019. He has previously worked on projects studying motor neuron disease with cellular models and the epigenetic regulation of neurogenesis in the adult hippocampus. His current DPhil work is investigating the role of neural progenitor diversity in governing the formation of circuits in the striatum. He is looking forward to applying his scientific skills to neurodegenerative diseases and working on the exciting science at Neuro-Bio.
Joanna Komorowska

Joanna Komorowska

Student Scientist

Joanna is a third-year student of Neuroscience with Psychology at the University of Aberdeen, originally from Poland. She is interested in neurogenerative diseases and how they affect the human body and mind. For this reason, she is finding the opportunity to do her placement in Neuro-Bio very exciting. In her free time, she enjoys reading books and drawing. she is looking forward to her industrial placement as she believes it will broaden her mind, develop her as a person and a future scientist, and allow her to make new friends.
Sanskar Ranglani

Sanskar Ranglani

Student Scientist

Sanskar Ranglani is a third year neuroscience undergraduate originally from India. His area of interest lies in novel pharmaceutical advancements in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, thus this opportunity at Neuro-Bio will allow him to gain nuanced understanding of the same and aid him in his career. He is greatly looking forward to his placement year to make new connections, learn and grow along the way while simultaneously prepare himself for a career in science.
Tom Seymour

Tom Seymour

Student Scientist

Tom is a second-year neuroscience student studying at the University of Exeter. He has a keen, long-standing interest in everything neuroscience – especially neurodegenerative diseases. He is really looking forward to getting to work in this field with Neuro-Bio, following their unique approach and having the opportunity to contribute to Alzheimer’s research.

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