The interdisciplinary neuroscience research centre at Bournemouth University was founded in 2014 as a network embodying researchers in the fields of cognitive, social, systems and computational neuroscience, translational genetics and cognitive neuropsychology from the Faculty of Science and Technology, Health and Social Sciences and collaborating institutions.
Over the last few years Bournemouth University has recruited staff in the fields of cognitive and social psychology, cognitive neuroscience and systems and computational neuroscience. On top of this investment in people, BU has provided neuroscientific equipment including Electro-encephalography (EEG), Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) systems, eye trackers and translational generics labs; and a state-of-the-art Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner, co-funded by Bournemouth University and the Dorset LEP. Neuroscience is now represented strongly at Bournemouth University, and is becoming one of the major directions of BU research.
The research network is designed to provide innovative approaches for identifying the neural underpinnings of cognitive processing. To achieve this goal, we use a wide range of multidisciplinary approaches spanning from behavioural experiments, eye-tracking, EEG, fMRI, tDCS, genetics and in vivo electrophysiology to neurocomputational modelling. In addition, we further foster neuroscience research by developing graduate and post-graduate programs, holding symposiums and workshops, running seminars and by encouraging the application of neuroscientific methods to various research fields spanning across disciplines.
The Neuroscience research centre at Bournemouth University is comprised of and is supported by a series of research laboratories with expertise in cognitive psychology, social psychology, psycholinguistics, human electrophysiology, generics and neuroimaging. The research topics include visual attention and memory, social attention, way-finding processing, cognitive control, neurolinguistics, psychiatric genetics and computational neuroscience.
The use neuroimaging and neurophysiological recordings is a fundamental tool in neuroscience which enables us to understand the normal and altered flow of information in the brain. Neurocomputational approaches can establish causal links between processing levels ranging from neuronal activities to ensemble responses, and then to higher cognitive functions.
Towards this goal, our laboratories are equipped with a 64-channel EEG system, cutting-edge eye-tracking, translational genetics equipment, tDCS and an avant-garde Siemens 3T MRI Scanner. Furthermore, we have multiple collaborations with British and international institutions which provide access to MEG scanners, in-vivo multi-array cell recordings and optical recording systems.
- Neural mechanisms of navigation and wayfinding
- Cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying cognitive control
- Clinical Neuropsychology
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Computational Intelligence
- Translational Psychiatric Genetics
- Emotion and emotion regulation
- Autism spectrum conditions
- Social facets of cognition: interpersonal processes
- Computational Neuroscience
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Study at BU
- Prof Ahmed Khattab
- Dr Ala Yankouskaya
- Dr Andrew Johnson
- Dr Benjamin Parris
- Prof Changhong Liu
- Dr Ellen Seiss
- Elliot Roch
- Dr Emili Balaguer-Ballester
- Dr Fred Charles
- Dr Gizem Arabaci
- Prof Hana Burianova
- Dr Hongchuan Yu
- Prof Jan Wiener
- Dr Janice Attard-Johnson
- Jastine Antolin
- Dr Laura Renshaw-Vuillier
- Dr Marina Kilintari
- Dr Matt Green
- Dr Natalie Mestry
- Dr Otto Loberg
- Dr Peter Arabaci Hills
- Dr Rachel Moseley
- Dr Ruijie Wang
- Dr Shanti Shanker
- Shel Smith
- Prof Sue Denham
- Dr Theophilus Akudjedu
- Dr Tim Slattery
- Dr Xun He
Research associates/Alumni/Visiting researchers
- Adam Edwards
- Alejandro Tabas
- Dr Andrew Meso
- Ifigeneia Mavridou
- Jozef Kulik
- Prof Jonathan Cole
- Prof Kevin McGhee
- Dr Juan Camilo Avendano Diaz
- Lazaros Michailidis
- Mary O’Malley
- Nozomi Takahashi
- Rebecca Elisa
- Roman Arango
- Rui Wang
- Dr Shahin Rostami
- Dr Simon Thompson
- Prof Sine McDougall
- Dr Theodoros Kostoulas