Mayank Dutia

 

 


 

I was a Wellcome Research Training Scholar at the Institute of Physiology, University of Glasgow (1974-78), where I studied the properties and functions of muscle spindle and tendon organ afferents for my PhD, under the supervision of Prof Ian Boyd.


Subsequently, as an MRC Research Fellow, I investigated the interactions between vestibular and neck proprioceptive reflexes in the neck and forelimb muscles, also at Glasgow University.


I was appointed Lecturer in Physiology at Edinburgh in 1980, and continued my work on vestibular and neck reflexes with grant support from the MRC.


I extended this to include studies of the pharmacology and electrophysiology of vestibular nucleus neurons in brain slices in vitro, with support from the Wellcome Trust.


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