Research Groups

Prof Patrick Haggard -- Motor control. Information processing underlying human action. Physiological indices of psychomotor performance. Action and Body
Prof Patrick Haggard
Prof Vincent Walsh -- Magnetic stimulation studies of visual cognition, learning and visuomotor behaviour. Visual psychophysics. Applied Cognitive Neuroscience
Prof Vincent Walsh
Nillie Attention and cognitive control
Prof Nilli Lavie
Prof Geraint Rees -- Visual attention and its relation to visual awareness, in both health and disease. Relationship between population measures of neural activity (e.g. fMRI) and those obtained from single cell electrophysiology.

Prof Geraint Rees FMedSci

Dr Leun Otten -- ERP and fMRI correlates of memory and attention processes. Cognitive Electrophysiology
Dr Leun Otten
Dr Emrah Duzel -- Clinical Neurophysiology and Memory
Prof Emrah Duzel
Jonathan Roiser Cognitive Neuropsychiatry
Dr Jonathan Roiser
Bahador Bahrami

Crowd Cognition
Dr Bahador Bahrami


Dr Sarah-Jayne Blakemore -- Mentalising in adolescence, and autism.
Prof. Uta Frith FBA, FMedSci, FRS  -- Autism and Asperger Syndrome; Developmental Dyslexia; Social Cognition; Impact of Neuroscience on Teaching and Learning.
Prof Sarah-Jayne Blakemore

Prof Uta Frith FBA, FMedSci, FRS

Dr Paul Burgess -- Neuropsychology, especially memory and executive functions; schizophrenia; neurorehabilitation.
Prof Tim Shallice FMedSci, FRS -- Neuropsychology, cognitive psychology and functional imaging investigations of executive functions and memory. Neural network modelling of reading, spelling and action processes.

Metacognition & Executive Functions
Prof Paul Burgess

Prof Tim Shallice FMedSci, FRS

Prof Patrick Haggard -- Motor control. Information processing underlying human action. Physiological indices of psychomotor performance. Motor Control
Dr Jörn Diedrichsen
Antonia Hamilton

Social Neuroscience
Dr Antonia Hamilton

Prof Neil Burgess -- 1. Investigation of the role of the hippocampus in spatial navigation and episodic memory: computational modelling and electrophysiological analysis of the function of hippocampal neurons in the rat, functional imaging of human navigation, and neuropsychological experiments on spatial and episodic memory. 2. Investigation of human short-term memory for serial order: computational modelling, functional imaging and psychological experiment. Space and Memory
Prof Neil Burgess FMedSci
Prof Sophie Scott -- The neurobiology of speech perception, including the functional sub systems in human auditory cortex, the evolution of speech, the difference between intelligibilty and comprehension, and profiles of recovery in aphasia. This relates to my work on dyslexia and processing of emotional information in the voice. I am also involved in a project looking at reading and rehabiliation in hemianopic alexia. Speech Communication
Prof Sophie Scott
Dr. Mairéad MacSweeney Visual Communication
Dr Mairead MacSweeney

Jon Driver, a group leader and former Director of the ICN, died unexpectedly in November 2011. Read his obituary here

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