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How do I get to the Centre?

Our Centre is located in Central London, near the Holborn and Russell Square underground stations. It is easily accessible by car, bus train and tube. To find out more click here.

How can I take part in research studies?

If you are over 18 years old and want to register on our “volunteer database” to take part in one of our ongoing research studies click here. To find out more about specific studies currently recruiting, click here.

What facilities does the Centre have?

Our in house facilities include: a 7T MRI scanner, two 3T MRI scanners, a MEG system, a purpose built room for OP-MEG use, a number of EEG systems, several behavioural testing rooms and well-developed systems for simultaneous TMS-fMRI. For more details click here.

How do I attend the SPM course?

The Centre holds the SPM course on using Statistical Parametric Mapping for neuroimaging each May and October. In addition to this, there are also courses organised around the world at different times of year and in different languages. To find out when the next course is being held, and to register, click here.

Where do I find out more about studying at the Centre?

We provide both student training for the next generation of researchers, and wider training for our current staff. To find out more click here.

Can I do my work experience at the Centre?

We do not routinely offer individual work experience placements, but instead support placements via the In2Science program. You can find out more about that here.

How is the Centre funded?

The Centre is funded through the Wellcome Trust Centre award 539208, and previously through Wellcome Trust Centre awards 510514 & 6FFJ and also the Leopold Muller Fund.

In addition, funding for individual research programs comes from a variety of sources such as Wellcome, dedicated charities, European and UKRI bodies.

How is the Centre involved in Open Science?

Our vision is to develop a research environment that embodies best recommended open science practices as default. We have an Open Science working group who meet regularly and are responsible for developing the Open Science program at the WCHN. To find out more click here

I have more questions…

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