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Dr Daniel Poole

Dr Daniel Poole is a Post Doctorate Teaching Assistant at The University of Manchester.

He works in Cognitive Psychology with a research interest in how the senses (touch, hearing, vision) work differently in people with autism.

After finishing his undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Leicester in 2006, he worked for two years in support services for people with learning disabilities and mental health problems.

He began a Medical Research Council funded studentship at The University of Manchester in October 2011, supervised by Dr Ellen Poliakoff, Dr Emma Gowen and Dr Paul Warren.

His PhD research focused on how information received from the different senses is combined in the brain and if this is different in adults with autism.

Following completion of his PhD, he took up his current position as Post Doctorate Teaching Assistant in The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health.