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Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute (BCNI)

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Welcome to the website for the Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute (BCNI). The BCNI is an interdisciplinary group of approximately 200 neuroscientists in the University of Cambridge working together to understand the behavioural, cognitive and neurobiological basis of psychiatric and neurological disorders with a view to improving treatment of these disorders in the medium term. Led by Professors Trevor Robbins Ed Bullmore, the BCNI is organised to bring together Cambridge's geographically distributed strengths in basic and clinical neuroscience to optimise translational impact on a wide range of neurological and psychiatric disorders.


Training opportunities

Interested in translational neuroscience? We provide a rich interdisciplinary training environment for clinical and non-clinical students (undergraduate and graduate) as well as postdoctoral researchers.

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Volunteering for Research Studies

If you would like to help with the Department of Psychology research please click on either the link above or below

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