The Baroness Greenfield, CBE

neuroscientist

Baroness Greenfield is a neuroscientist, broadcaster, writer and member of the House of Lords. The first member of her family to go to university, today Baroness Greenfield is a senior research fellow at Lincoln’s College, Oxford and is the leading authority on Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases. In 1994, Baroness Greenfield was invited to be the first woman to give the Royal Institution Christmas Lecture and in 1998 she was appointed as director of the Institution. Baroness Greenfield has founded three biotechnical research companies, which focus on developing novel approaches to the treatment of neuronal disease.

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