In2research programme celebrates the success of participants
23 November 2022
UCL academics recognised in annual global ranking of top female scientists
8 November 2022
In2Research recognised at sixth annual UK Social Mobility Awards
18 October 2022
Artificial intelligence identifies brain abnormities that can be used to cure epilepsy
12 August 2022
July Update: Department of Imaging Neuroscience
4 August 2022
Professor Cathy Price elected to the Fellowship of the British Academy
22 July 2022
Director of the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, Professor Cathy Price has been elected to the Fellowship of the British Academy. Cathy is one of only 52 UK fellows elected this year who have been recognised for their contributions to humanities and social sciences.
Integrated human disease research projects awarded £7 million
1 June 2022
The MRC has awarded £7 million towards 7 new collaborative research projects which aim to gain a greater understanding of human diseases, including one based at UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology: Multiscale modelling of progression in Parkinson’s disease
Professor Cathy Price Reflects on her time as Head of the Department of Imaging Neuroscience
4 May 2022
Professor Martina Callaghan has been appointed as the new Head of Department of Imaging Neuroscience, a position held by Professor Cathy Price for the past 7 years. Prof. Price to reflects on her time as Head of Department of Imaging Neuroscience.
Brain charts map rapid growth and slow decline across lifespan
8 April 2022
An international team of researchers involving UCL has created a series of brain charts spanning our entire lifespan – from a 15-week-old foetus to 100-year-old adult – that show how our brains expand rapidly in early life and slowly shrink as we age.
Why young children are hyper-optimistic
22 February 2022
Young children are more optimistic than adolescents, which stems from not learning enough from bad outcomes, finds a new study by UCL researchers.