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Adaptive Brain Lab

 

Volunteering for Studies

How do our brains reorganise in order to enable us to learn across our lifetime?

Help us to answer this question by volunteering for one of our studies.

We are running a number of studies, some online and some including visits to the lab in Central Cambridge or an MRI scanning unit.

If you would like to find out more about any of studies please contact us at: abgresearch@psychol.cam.ac.uk

 

For more information on our iABC online studies please click here.

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Postdoc or Research Assistant position in AI and NeuroInformatics

5 June 2024

A Research Assistant or post-doctoral Research Associate position in AI and NeuroInformatics is available to work at the Adaptive Brain Lab ( https://www.abg.psychol.cam.ac.uk ). The position will focus on developing and translating AI-guided tools for early detection of brain and mental health disorders. Closing date...

Postdoc position in MRI Physics for Neuroscience

29 April 2024

An exciting opportunity to work with the Adaptive Brain Lab ( https://www.abg.psychol.cam.ac.uk ) and a talented team on MRI Physicists (Cambridge, Purdue University) at the interface of cutting-edge MRI sequence development and translation to human and animal Neuroscience. Apply by 30/05/24 : https://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/...

Cambridge ReseARch Trail

18 March 2024

Learn more about ABL’s work as part of the 2024 Cambridge Festival. There is an augmented reality Cambridge ReseARch trail which can be followed by downloading the app, "Cambridge AR Trail", from the relevant app store or by scanning the QR codes on posters at each trail location to get exploring. Further details about the...