I retired from University College London in 2010, following an enjoyable and productive career in biomedical science based on complex cellular interactions in the immune response.

Since then my main interest has switched to the problem of defining the cellular biophysical events that correspond to sentience, or conscious experience.

I share with Steven Sevush and Pavel Somov the view that the human conscious experiences we discuss occur at the individual cell level, not at a global brain level - known as the theory of Single Cell Consciousness (Edwards), Single Neuron Theory (Sevush) or Neural We (Somov). My most recent views are captured…

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