Professor Richard Wingate MAP, DPhil
Professor of Developmental Neurobiology
Richard Wingate is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. His research addresses how the identity of neurons and their ultimate location in the brain are genetically specified in development and evolution. Richard has a commitment to public communication in science through schools outreach, public speaking, writing and broadcast media and has served on Wellcome Trust Awards panels. He has had a number of successful collaborations with artists and has curated two exhibitions for the King’s Cultural Institute. In 2012, he acted as the scientific advisor for the Wellcome Collection’s “Brains: Mind as Material” exhibition in London and Manchester, and co-authored the accompanying book. He is Editor-in-Chief of Brain Facts.
Please see my Research Staff Profile for more detail.
- Lipovsek et al., 2018. Conserved and divergent development of brainstem vestibular and auditory nuclei. eLife.
- Campo-Paysaa et al., 2019. Generation of the squamous epithelial roof of the 4th ventricle. eLife.
- Green et al., 2014. Independently specified Atoh1 domains define novel developmental compartments in rhombomere 1. Development.
- Prekop et al., 2018. Sox14 Is Required for a Specific Subset of Cerebello-Olivary Projections. J Neurosci.
- Broom et al., 2012. The roof plate boundary is a bi-directional organiser of dorsal neural tube and choroid plexus development. Development.
- Jon Clarke, King's College London
- Alessio Delogu, King's College London
- Cathy Fernandes, Kings College London