Baroness Susan Greenfield is a neuroscientist, writer and broadcaster who has published over 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals.
Susan studied for her undergraduate and doctoral degrees at Oxford University, and then held research fellowships at the College de France in Paris, NYU Medical Center in New York and at Melbourne University.
She also has received 32 honorary degrees from universities around the world.
Her honours include:
• The French government’s prestigious Legion d’Honneur
• An Honorary Fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians
• The Australian Medical Research Society Medal
• The American Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award
• Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Susan has written many books on the brain and mind, including the best-selling ‘The Human Brain: A Guided Tour’ (1997), ‘The Private Life of the Brain’ (2000) and ‘A Day in the Life of the Brain: Consciousness from Dawn ‘til Dusk’ (2016).