The Team

Andy Shaw

Andy Shaw

Andy Shaw studied Psychology and Sports Science at University of Birmingham and Cognitive Neuroscience at Bangor University. At Bangor his research centred on the visuomotor system and the distinction between visual perception and visual control of action.Since joining Tracksys Andy has worked with together with customers using  motion analysis systems from SIMI, eye tracking systems from SMI and b...
Dr Steph Body

Dr Steph Body

Steph completed her BSc in Neurosciences in 1999, followed by a PhD in behavioural pharmacology in 2003 at Nottingham University. She remained at Nottingham as a post-doctoral research fellow for 6 years, investigating the brain circuits and receptor subtypes involved in time perception, impulsive choice and motivation.After a spell away from academia to spend time with her family she returned to w...
Dr Bill Budenberg

Dr Bill Budenberg

Bill studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University, and then was awarded his PhD by Imperial College London in 1990, after completing a thesis on the behaviour of cereal aphid parasitoids. This work was completed at Rothamsted (www.rothamsted.ac.uk). He then took a Post-doctoral fellowship at ICIPE in Nairobi, Kenya, for three years ( www.icipe.org ) and successfully worked on the identification...
Lee Voong

Lee Voong

Lee Voong joined Tracksys in December 2000, as an Administration Assistant, after a very short training period she took over the role as Office Manager, and is now the Operations Manager at Tracksys. Lee is now responsible for running the office in Nottingham, and is usually the first point of contact, she will also be able to help with Order enquiries, Purchasing and Accounts.  You can contact her...
Dr Richard Lilley

Dr Richard Lilley

Richard developed his interest in all things behavioural as an undergraduate. He completed a Ph.D at Imperial College looking at modifying the behaviour of crop pests and their natural enemies.  A desire to do as much applied work as possible led to post-doctural work in the hop fields of Kent. An opportunity arose to do web design and conference organisation presenting him with the tricky decision...

A.N.Other

We are looking for a new team member to join us  - we would like a keen and motivated person interested in helping provide research solutions to others.Please see details here and/or contact Richard Lilley