Stephen Doherty, BA (Hons.), HDip, PhD, MBPsS, is a lecturer and research psychologist in the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, where he conducts research in cognitive and affective human-computer interactions across a range of multimodal use
I am Senior Lecturer in Film Studies and Deputy Head in the School the Arts and Media. My core research and publication activities are driven by my longstanding interest in the cinemas of Germany and Iran.
Dr Pooria Sarrami is an experienced researcher with a doctoral degree in medicine (2001) and a PhD in Sociology (2009). His broad expertise includes the study of social aspects of health and medicine for more than a decade.
The primary pathophysiology of schizophrenia is poorly understood, however inhibitory cortical interneurons are vital to maintaining a healthy balance of excitatory signaling, and their dysfunction is strongly linked to the disease.