Miss Jennifer Mills

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Research interests

My research uses functional neuroimaging and eye-tracking methods to investigate the neural basis of skill learning, and specifically the contributions of the cerebellum and the frontal lobes in automating oculomotor behaviours. Further research will address whether these mechanisms of skill learning change across the human lifespan using driver behaviour in an applied setting. 

Educational background

After completing a foundation degree in science in 2010, I went on to complete a BSc(Hons) at Royal Holloway, University of London, graduating in 2013.


My PhD is jointly funded by RHUL and The Transport Research Laboratory (TRL). The applied side of the PhD is supported by TRL and supervised by Professor Andrew Parkes.

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