Department of Imaging Neuroscience Joins the Communication Access UK Scheme
24 October 2023
To improve our ability to support those with communication difficulties, the Department of Imaging Neuroscience at UCL has become accredited under the Communication Access UK (CAUK) Scheme.
The Patterns of Perception in Parkinson’s disease (PoP-PD) team launches two new booklets to open up conversations about Parkinson’s dementia
12 July 2023
The complementary pair of booklets – designed for people living with Parkinson’s, and healthcare professionals – were co-developed by a multi-disciplinary team, including people living with Parkinson’s.
Study uncovers how our brains connect the past and present
30 May 2023
A study led by Dr Avital Hahamy and Professor Tim Behrens (Department of Imaging Neuroscience) has uncovered a brain mechanism that supports our understanding of ongoing experiences.
Department of Imaging Neuroscience awarded funding to discover how the brain allows us to live our lives
5 May 2023
Wellcome funding has been awarded to establish The Discovery Research Platform for Naturalistic Neuroimaging at The Department of Imaging Neuroscience.
Humans struggle to differentiate imagination from reality
27 April 2023
The more vividly a person imagines something, the more likely it is that they believe it’s real, finds a new study by UCL researchers.
Understanding MRI: Two animations co-created alongside research participants to explain key aspects of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
20 April 2023
The Understanding MRI team have co-created two new animations which explain important aspects of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) – a key neuroimaging technique frequently used by researchers at UCL’s Department of Imaging Neuroscience.
Replaying experiences can help future decision making
9 March 2023
Replaying prior experiences when learning something new can improve the brain’s ability to make future plans and preserve memories of the past, finds new research by UCL neuroscientists.
New funding secures the future of social mobility programme In2Research
6 March 2023
Global health funder Wellcome is the latest funder to support the impactful In2research programme, co-founded by In2scienceUK and Department of Imaging Neuroscience, UCL.
New guidance on how to support young people during brain scanning co-developed with young people with epilepsy
6 March 2023
The OPM Collaboration set out to raise the voice of young people with epilepsy. In partnership with Young Epilepsy, the project co-designed key elements of a new wearable brain scanning technology: OPM-MEG. Through the project, new insights and guidance have been published on how to better support young people with epilepsy during the brain scanning process of this emerging technology.
National British Brain Bee Championship 2023
14 February 2023