Chrystalina Antoniades


Associate Professor, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences. Group Leader of the NeuroMetrology Lab, University of Oxford. Lecturer in Medicine at Brasenose College

Academic Background and Previous Positions

Professor Chrystalina Antoniades is an Associate Professor at the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford and a lecturer in medicine at Brasenose college. After finishing her PhD at the University of Cambridge, Professor Antoniades moved to Oxford to take up a position with Professor Christopher Kennard. She has recently set up her own research group, the NeuroMetrology Lab. She researches Parkinson’s disease and in research clinics, uses a variety of quantitative experimental methods, based on precise measurement of subtle abnormalities of the speed and coordinate of various movements such as saccades (fast eye movements), motor control (such as finger movements) along with various aspects of gait control. 

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FHS neuroscience and preclinical students.


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