Imperial College London

Prof. William Wisden F. Med. Sci.

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Life Sciences

Chair in Molecular Neuroscience
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 9744w.wisden Website CV

 
 
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Location

 

401BSir Ernst Chain BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Research interests and techniques

    AAV infected subicular neurons, Dr A. Zecharia
  • Neuroscience: molecular biology; transgenics, neuroanatomy, physiology, behaviour. 
  • Mechanisms of sleep
  • Hypothalamic function: the regulation of neurons which make histamine: the tuberomammillary nucleus and sleep regulation
  • other neuromodulators which regulate sleep

Brain

Degrees:

1986 BA,  Zoology - Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge
1989 PhD Molecular Neuroscience, University of Cambridge (with Stephen P. Hunt).

Posts held:

1990-1992 EMBO Long-term Fellowship, ZMBH, University of Heidelberg (with Peter H. Seeburg)
1993-2001 Group Leader, MRC LMB, Cambridge
2001-2005 Group Leader, IZN, University of Heidelberg
2005-2009 Professor & Chair of Neuroscience, Head of Neurobiology programme, Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen

2009- Professor of Molecular Neuroscience

Publications:

Location

How to find us: click here for a map  - we are on the 4th floor  of the Sir Ernst Chain Building (marked "30" on the map)

Imperial College''s location in London:

 Royal Albert Hall - next to Imperial College

 Albert Hall - view from Imperial

Southbank

Southbank

 

Publications

Journals

Harding E, Franks N, Wisden W, 2019, Sleep and thermoregulation, Current Opinion in Physiology, ISSN:2468-8673

Clive J, Wisden W, Savolainen V, The de-scent of sexuality: should we smell a rat?, Archives of Sexual Behavior: an Interdisciplinary Research Journal, ISSN:0004-0002

Ma Y, Miracca G, Yu X, et al., 2019, Galanin neurons unite sleep homeostasis and alpha2 adrenergic sedation, Current Biology, Vol:29, ISSN:1879-0445, Pages:3315-3322.e3

Yu X, Ma Y, Harding EC, et al., 2019, Corrigendum: Genetic lesioning of histamine neurons increases sleep-wake fragmentation and reveals their contribution to modafinil-induced wakefulness., Sleep, Vol:42

Conference

Hsieh B, Harding E, Wisden W, et al., A miniature neural recording device to investigate sleep and temperature regulation in mice, IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems (BioCAS) Conference, IEEE

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