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Neal Anthwal

  • PhD
  • Postdoc
  • Kings College London Department of Education and Professional Studies
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Research interests

Development of the HypothalamusDevelopmental NeurobiologyMammalian evolutionCraniofacial DevelopmentEvolutionary Developmental BiologyMorphogenesisDevelopmental Biology


Post doc developmental biologist. Currently working on the evolution and development of the mammalian middle ear and jaw articulations, using a range of model organisms, including mouse, opossum, chicks and reptiles. Previous research areas include mandible development, hypothalamus development and the specification of the hypothalamic circuits regulating feeding.

Co-authors (28)

  • Hannah Thompson
  • Mathew Tata
  • Hayley Birch
  • Olivia Errey
  • Alansana Darboe
  • Elizabeth Slade

Recent publications

  • Complex patterns of tooth replacement revealed in the fruit bat ( Eidolon helvum )

    • Popa E
    • Anthwal N
    • Tucker A
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  • Conditional deletion of neurogenin-3 using Nkx2.1iCre results in a mouse model for the central control of feeding, activity and obesity

    • Anthwal N
    • Pelling M
    • Claxton S
    • et al.
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Professional experience


Kings College London

May 2013 - Present



June 2009 - February 2013(4 years)


Royal Veterinary College

November 2007 - May 2009(2 years)


PhD Craniofacial Developmental Biology

Kings College London, University of London

October 2004 - November 2007(3 years)

BSc Biomedial Sciences

The University of Sheffield

September 1998 - July 2001(3 years)