The ICN: an interdisciplinary approach
The ICN is an interdisciplinary research institute, bringing together different disciplines
(e.g. psychology, neurology, anatomy) with common interests
in the human mind and brain, in both health and disease.
The ICN has over 120 staff, including a vibrant body of postdoctoral and postgraduate (PhD) researchers, plus clinical fellows, organised into distinct research groups.
The ICN runs regular seminars, receives many grants for its research, and produces numerous scientific publications.
Different research techniques (see examples in left menu) are often used in combination
at the ICN, in an interdisciplinary approach.
This page last modified
22 September, 2009
by [ICN Web Team]