'Each of us has a unique cartography of the mind, like a roadway that maps our choices and our strengths.'
Named as one of the ten leading "communicator scientists" in the UK by the Science Council, Hannah Marion Critchlow is an internationally-acclaimed neuroscientist with a background in neuropsychiatry. She is also a broadcaster and best selling author based at the University of Cambridge.
Hannah's research has focused on cellular and molecular neuroscience. She has also presented BBC’s Tomorrow’s World Live and BBC2 Family Brain Games and was named by Nature as one of Cambridge University’s ‘Rising Stars in Life Sciences’ in 2019 in recognition for achievements in science engagement.
'Hannah demystifies the human brain' - BBC
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