skip to content

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.

Twitter Feed

Latest news

2x Research Associate/ Senior Research Associates in Machine Learning and Clinical Informatics

7 June 2021

EDoN is recruiting! We're looking for 2 Research Associate/Senior Research Associates in Machine Learning and Clinical Informatics to join the team at University of Cambridge . Working with Zoe Kourtzi and alongside expert teams at The Alan Turing Institute and National Physical Laboratory (NPL) these roles focus on the...

New work by Ke Jia et al on a step-by-step protocol for Ultra-high field imaging in the human brain.

1 April 2021

Ultra-high field (UHF) neuroimaging affords the sub-millimeter resolution that allows researchers to interrogate brain computations at a finer scale than that afforded by standard fMRI techniques. Here, we present a step-by-step protocol for using UHF imaging (Siemens Terra 7T scanner) to measure activity in the human...

New paper by Elisa Zamboni et al in eLife

11 November 2020

Exciting work in the lab using Laminar fMRI reveals that adaptive processing involves recurrent processing within visual cortex and top-down influences from posterior parietal cortex via feedback. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.57637 elife_figure_final_resized.png