Brain and Behaviour
The group has access to MRI facilities via CUBIC and there are on-site EEG, tDCS and TMS laboratories, a Baby Lab and driving simulator, as well as a wealth of other experimental equipment. There are three broad research themes within the group: Action Representation, Cognitive Control and Neural Modulators and Neuroplasticity
The Brain and Behavior Research Group provides a vibrant and stimulating work and study environment. We hold weekly lab talks where students and academics come together to present and discuss results from ongoing work, or ideas for upcoming experiments. In addition, fortnightly journal clubs on MRI and EEG, as well as extracurricular practicals on e.g. MATLAB enable ongoing learning in techniques useful to our research area. Our offices and lab spaces are close together, which fosters a strong sense of community.
We are an international team of researchers with collaborations in Europe, USA, Asia and Brazil, and welcome scholars and students from across the globe. If you are interested in graduate or postdoctoral training with us, feel free to contact the head of group (firstname.lastname@example.org) or one of our group members.