Hong Yu Wong is currently Professor of Philosophy at the Philosophisches Seminar and Group Leader of the Philosophy of Neuroscience Research Group at the Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience, University of Tübingen. He is also a faculty member of the Max Planck Neural and Behavioural Graduate School. His primary research interests concern the relations between perception and action, and the role of the body in structuring these relations. He is finishing a monograph on these topics entitled Embodied Agency for Oxford University Press (forthcoming 2017). Alongside his philosophical research program, he does research in cognitive neuroscience on body cognition and motor cognition with colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics and the Hertie Institute for Brain Research. He received his PhD from UCL in 2009 for a dissertation on the relation between bodily awareness and bodily action supervised by Paul Snowdon, Michael Martin and Christopher Peacocke. His honours include a Templeton Foundation ACT Fellowship from 2017-2020, the Annual Essay Prize for work on multimodality from the Centre for Philosophical Psychology, University of Antwerp (2012) and the European Science Foundation's CNCC Essay Award for interdisciplinary work on consciousness (2008). He is on the executive committee of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology and is an associate of the Centre for the Study of the Senses at the Institute of Philosophy, University of London.
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