Natasha Bray


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Sep 05, 2017

Natasha Bray, Associate Editor of Nature Reviews Neuroscience, introduces herself.

  • - My name's Natasha Bray 00:01
  • and I'm Associate Editor in Nature Reviews Neuroscience. 00:03
  • I finished my PhD in neuroscience 00:06
  • at the University of Manchester in 2013 00:08
  • and then became an Assistant Editor 00:11
  • in Nature Reviews Neuroscience 00:12
  • and Nature Reviews Drug Discovery in 2014. 00:14
  • I went into editing because I really enjoy 00:17
  • all aspects of neuroscience and it's a really diverse role. 00:20
  • But also I'm a real stickler for language. 00:23
  • I really like spelling and grammar. 00:26
  • So editing in Reviews is everything rolled into one. 00:28
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Natasha Bray

Associate Editor, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, Springer Nature

Natasha Bray obtained her Ph.D. at the University of Manchester, UK, where she worked with Ingo Schiessl and Stuart Allan investigating the effects of inflammation and excitotoxicity on blood flow and neural responses in the rat sensory cortex. Previously, Natasha gained a year's industrial experience at Boehringer Ingelheim, Vienna, Austria, researching and profiling pipeline antitumour compounds. She joined Nature Reviews in February 2014 as an Assistant Editor for Nature Reviews Neuroscience and Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, and in 2016 became Locum Associate Editor and then Associate Editor on Nature Reviews Neuroscience. Natasha's main interests are systems neuroscience, neuropharmacology and neuroinflammation.

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