NAME:                                   ANDREW THOMAS RIDER

MOST RECENT POST:        Research Associate

2006-2011                               University College London
                                                PhD in Psychology: Pass
2005-2006                               University College London
                                                MRes in Modelling Biological Complexity: Pass
2001-2002                               London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
                                                MSc in Medical Statistics: Pass
1997-2000                               Magdalen College, University of Oxford
                                                BA/MA in Mathematical Sciences (Hons): 2.1

Dec. 2014-present                   Research Associate, Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London
Jan. 2013-Nov. 2014               Research Technician, Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London
Jan. 2012-Dec. 2012               Self-employed statistical consultant and peripatetic maths, science and statistics tutor
May 2011-Nov. 2011              Research Assistant, School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London
Dec. 2010-Mar. 2011              Research Associate, Cognitive Perceptual and Brain Sciences Department, University College London
Nov. 2002-Sept. 2005             Research Assistant, Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research, University College London
Jan. 2001-May 2001                Data Clerk, Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford
Oct. 2000-Dec. 2000               Purchase Ledger Clerk, Blackwell’s Book Services, Oxford

Colour Group (UK) member, 2013 - present

CoMPLEX International Research Fellowship, Feb. 2009-May 2009. Communication Science Laboratories, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation. Japan.

Vision Sciences Society member, 2008 – present.

Asymmetric global motion integration in drifting Gabor arrays. Journal of Vision 2014; 14(8):18, 1-10. A. T. Rider, P. McOwan and A. Johnston.

Motion-induced position shifts in global dynamic Gabor arrays. Journal of Vision 2009; 9(13):8, 1-8. A T Rider, P W McOwan, A Johnston.