Brief Bio

Andrew Glennerster studied medicine at Cambridge before working briefly with Michael Morgan at UCL then doing a DPhil and an EU-funded postdoc with Brian Rogers on binocular stereopsis (1989 – 1994). He held an MRC Career Development Award (1994 – 1998) with Andrew Parker in Physiology at Oxford including a year with Suzanne McKee in Smith-Kettlewell, San Francisco.

He continued work with Andrew Parker on a Royal Society University Research Fellowship (1999 – 2007) which allowed him to set up a virtual reality laboratory to study 3D perception in moving observers, funded for 12 years by the Wellcome Trust. He moved to Psychology in Reading in 2005, first as a Reader and then as a Professor, where the lab is now funded by EPSRC.