Professor Mike Nicholls
While Mike’s first degree is in Architecture from the University of Adelaide, he went on to do a honours degree in Psychology and eventually a PhD in Experimental Psychology at Cambridge. He worked at the University of Melbourne for 17 years and moved back to Adelaide in 2010 to take up a strategic professorship in Psychology at Flinders University. He is director of the Brain and Cognition Laboratory which has a broad interest in cognitive processes, how they operate and how they might be represented in the brain.
We are delighted to announce Prof Mike Nicholls will present this year’s Ross Day Plenary Lecture. Mike has been an integral part of EPC’s intellectual and social fabric for years, and its about time he did some work for all the wine and cheese he’s quaffed at so many welcome receptions.