Professor Mark Mon-Williams

Professor of Cognitive Psychology at the University of Leeds. He is also Professor of Psychology at Bradford Institute of Health Research and Professor of Paediatric Optometry at Buskerud and Vestfold University, Norway. He is a psychologist and studies the control of human action. His recent research has explored hand movements (kinematics) in children with and without neurodevelopmental problems. He took up his first faculty position at the University of St Andrews in 1999. In 2002 he moved to the University of Aberdeen where his laboratories received funding from a large number of bodies including The Wellcome Trust, Medical Research Council, Scottish Executive and NIHR. He moved his laboratories in January 2009 to the University of Leeds where he took up his Chair in Cognitive Psychology and was Head of School from 2011-2014. He is currently exploring how robotic systems can help children improve upper limb control.

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