Dr Frank Proudlock
Department of Neuroscience
University of Leicester
BSc in Neuroscience University of Glasgow 1990-1993 MSc in Bioengineering University of Strathclyde in Glasgow 1994 PhD University of Leicester 1995-1999 I became interested in the eyes and brain after studying Neuroscience (BSc) at the University of Glasgow from 1989-1992. This was followed by studies in Bioengineering (MSc) at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow in 1993 where I became interested in the interface between engineering and neuroscience.
Visual System Abnormalities in Albinism Impact of Infantile Nystagmus on Reading Developing Treatments in Visual System Disease
Sachdev A, Proudlock FA, Abbott R, Gottlob I. (2005). Kjellin syndrome: first case with retinal changes in carriers. Neurology. 65(7):1110.