Professor Nick Rawlins is the Master of Morningside College at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He completed his B.A. and DPhil at Oxford where he holds an Emeritus Professorship and Honorary Fellowships. His research areas span from the neural basis of memory and brain degeneration to pain and anxiety, and he has published widely in these fields.
He was elected Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences in 2006 and Fellow of the British Psychological Society in 2010. He was a Junior Research Fellow at University College and then a Senior Research Fellow there before taking up a tutorial Fellowship which he has held for more than 20 years, as University Lecturer and Sir Jules Thorne Tutorial Fellow. He was Watts Professor of Psychology (2005-2010) and Professorial Fellow at Wolfson College (2007-17). He was Oxford’s Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Development and External Affairs (2010-2017) and Vice-President of the Toulouse School of Economics (2017-2018).