Philosopher, mad scientist, and artiste extraordinaire
Formerly one of our team of Directors of Studies in Medicine at
and also Professor of Oculomotor Physiology in the
University of Cambridge, part of the new mega-department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience.
At present my main research interest is the control of eye movements by the brain,
and especially the bits that decide why we look at one thing and not another,
and even more especially why we take so long to do it (the
oculomotor system, and
saccadic latency, in medispeak).
You can find out more about some of this work, and particular the LATER model at the new website
But I have a professional interest in lots of other things: vision in general,
and the motor systems, and in physiological mechanisms of consciousness,
where my position could be described as a
(see my book, Neurophysiology).
I am the creator of
NeuroLab - you can download upgrades from this page.
When time permits I run the CUDOS project,
intended to help bridge the gap for medical students between school and university.
Until other things took up too much time, I was Director of the
Susato Consort and Susato Baroque Ensemble.
www.cai.cam.ac.uk/caius/subjects/medicine/roger.html Revised: 6 March 2009
firstname.lastname@example.org Prof. R. H. S. Carpenter, Physiological Laboratory, University of Cambridge, CB2 3EG
Tel +44 122333 3886 Fax +44 122333 3840