Dr. Daniel De Haan works on the philosophy of cognitive neuroscience, philosophical and theological anthropology, and medieval philosophy. His Ph.D. on the metaphysics of the medieval Muslim philosopher Avicenna, was awarded in 2014 by the University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. In January 2015 he joined the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University as a postdoctoral fellow working on the neuroscience strand of the Templeton World Charity Foundation Fellowships in Theology, Philosophy of Religion, and the Sciences Project, directed by Sarah Coakley. He is conducting research on the intersections of theology, philosophy, and neuroscience in Lisa Saksida’s Translational Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory in the Department of Psychology, Cambridge University. His current research focuses on the philosophical foundations of translational cognitive neuroscience, especially with respect to human and nonhuman animal studies on perception, memory, emotion, consciousness, free will, dementia and addiction.