Dr. Mark Jeremy Hunt received his PhD from the Dept. Pharmacology, University of Cambridge (Trinity College), researching Huntington's disease. Currently, he leads a research team at the Nencki Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences, researching the effects of ketamine on brain activity. The team publish results in international peer-reviewed journals and regularly present their latest findings at conferences.
Dr. MJ Hunt's ResearchGate profile
1. Średniawa W, Wróbel J, Kublik E, Wójcik DK, Whittington MA, Hunt MJ. Network and synaptic mechanisms underlying high frequency oscillations in the rat and cat olfactory bulb under ketamine-xylazine anesthesia. Sci Rep. 2021 Mar18;11(1):6390.
2. Jurkiewicz GJ, Hunt MJ, Żygierewicz J. Addressing Pitfalls in Phase-Amplitude Coupling Analysis with an Extended Modulation Index Toolbox. Neuroinformatics. 2021 Apr;19(2):319-345.
3. Wróbel J, Średniawa W, Jurkiewicz G, Żygierewicz J, Wójcik DK, Whittington MA, Hunt MJ. Nasal respiration is necessary for ketamine-dependent high frequency network oscillations and behavioral hyperactivity in rats. Sci Rep. 2020 Nov 4;10(1):18981.