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Holly Bridge

Dr Holly Bridge

Dr Holly Bridge

Biography

Holly Bridge is a University Research Fellow and Associate Professor at the Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the Brain at the University of Oxford. She also teaches undergraduates at New College, Oxford about the brain. 

Holly uses MRI scanning to understand how the human brain processes information from the visual system, both in people who can see and in people have suffered damage or dysfunction of their visual system. In particular, she looks at how the brain can reorganise in people who are blind from birth and also people who have suffered a stroke that affects vision. 

With a strong interest in communicating science, Holly has taken part in the Hay Festival, Science Museum Lates and a 6-month part-time secondment to the BBC Science Unit.  

Committees

ParticipatedRole
Research Grants Board 20K: Biological SciencesJanuary 2018 - December 2020Member
Public Engagement CommitteeJanuary 2017 - December 2019Member
Commonwealth Science Conference Grants CommitteeJuly 2016 - June 2018Member
Partnership Grants Allocating PanelJanuary 2011 - December 2013Member
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