Xunesis Advising Partner
Martin A. Conway, Phd.  

Martin A. Conway did his doctoral research at the Open University 1980-1983 and was awarded his Ph.D in March 1984. He then worked as a post-doctoral researcher (1983-1987) at the Medical Research Council's Applied Psychology Unit (APU) in Cambridge, then under the Directorship of Professor Alan Baddeley. Following on from his thesis work he developed a productive line of research into the then uninvestigated area of 'autobiographical memory' - an area in which he was able to establish an international reputation. After Cambridge he worked as Senior Lecturer (1987-88) at Hatfield Polytechnic (now the University of Hertfordshire) and a lecturer at the University of Lancaster (1988-1993). In 1993 he was appointed Professor at the University of Bristol and became Head of the Department in 1994. A post he held until 2001 when he left Bristol for a Professorship at the University of Durham, subsequently becoming Head of Department there, a post which he currently holds. He has authored and edited several books on human memory, regularly publishes in international memory journals (with over 100 publications to date), and co-edits the journal 'Memory' which he co-founded in 1993. His research has been funded by the ESRC, BBSRC, and the Marsden fund of New Zealand. He has collaborators in several laboratories worldwide and is a regular presenter at international conferences where he is often an invited keynote speaker.


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