Javier Escudero Rodriguez

Last name
Escudero Rodriguez

Javier is an early career academic leading a research group at the School of Engineering of the University of Edinburgh, where he develops new signal processing methods for electrophysiological recordings and uses them to reveal the subtle changes that diseases cause in the brain. His emphasis is on multivariate and multimodal analysis methods. Javier’s work is intrinsically interdisciplinary and benefits from close collaborations with colleagues from other disciplines.

 He is also roving director of the society of Spanish Researchers in UK (SRUK): an independent and non-for-profit network of researchers to promote initiatives between academia, industry and the general public from UK and Spain.

Areas of Interest
University of Edinburgh
Key words
Biomedical signal processing, Network science, Multimodal data, Brain activity, Pattern recognition

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Margaret is a Chancellor’s fellow and lecturer in pharmacology, haematology and drug discovery at Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences. She trained in biochemistry and pharmacology at the University of Strathclyde and later with the Bristol Platelet Group, University of Bristol, UK.

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