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Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery

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'Responsible AI for better lifelong brain and mental health' wins the AI-deas competition AI@Cam

19 April 2024

Congratulations to Prof. Zoe Kourtzi and her team in the Adaptive Brain Lab one being selected as one of the five AI-deas projects at AI@Cam ! The project 'Responsible AI for better lifelong brain and mental health' was selected for challenge-led AI research as part of the AI@Cam strategy to tackle major scientific and...


Read more at: Congratulations to CIND funded ECR for being awarded a Wellcome Trust Early Career Award
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Congratulations to CIND funded ECR for being awarded a Wellcome Trust Early Career Award

16 April 2024

Our CIND ECR Moataz Assem has been awarded the prestigious Wellcome Trust Early Career Award , totalling over £800k for five years, to investigate working memory brain circuits at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge. His research aims to understand how we “actively” focus on limited...


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Congratulations to CIND funded Early Career Researchers!

29 June 2023

CIND is delighted to announce the awardees of our recent ECR funding call. This funding is for for Early Career Researcher projects at the intersections of neurocognition, neurocomputation and neurotechnology. The funding will ideally contribute to the professional development of successful applicants, by positioning them...


Read more at: CIND-funded PhD students research learning in neuropsychiatric diseases and brain-machine interfaces
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CIND-funded PhD students research learning in neuropsychiatric diseases and brain-machine interfaces

16 May 2023

Neuroscience is a remarkably cross-disciplinary area of research that spans traditional departmental boundaries from physiology to genetics, molecular and cellular biology to mathematics, engineering and artificial intelligence. The Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery has funded three PhD studentships for...


Read more at: CIND ECR Funding Call now open! Deadline 2 June
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CIND ECR Funding Call now open! Deadline 2 June

24 April 2023

The Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery invites proposals for Early Career Researcher projects at the intersections of neurocognition, neurocomputation and neurotechnology. This funding will ideally contribute to the professional development of successful applicants, by positioning them to apply for substantial...


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Congratulations to CIND PI Funding Call Awardees!

21 April 2023

CIND is delighted to announce the awardees of our recent PI funding call. This funding is for projects led by two or more PIs from different departments/schools, at the intersections of neurocognition, neurocomputation and neurotechnology and will ideally position projects to apply for significant research funding. We look...


Read more at: CIND Funding Call now open! Deadline 24 February 2023
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CIND Funding Call now open! Deadline 24 February 2023

16 January 2023

The Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery is pleased to invite proposals for collaborative projects, led by two or more PIs from different departments/schools, at the intersections of neurocognition, neurocomputation and neurotechnology. This funding will ideally position projects to apply for significant research...


Read more at: Introducing the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery!
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Introducing the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery!

3 January 2023

We are pleased to announce the launch of The Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery (CIND) and our new website at www.cind.group.cam.ac.uk . The Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery brings together researchers working at the intersections of neurocognition, neurocomputation and neurotechnology. We interface...


About Us

The Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Discovery (CIND) brings together researchers working at the intersections of neurocognition, neurocomputation and neurotechnology. We interface between neuroscience, biological sciences, computer science, engineering and the AI and data science community at the University of Cambridge. We enable collaborations across Cambridge’s cross-disciplinary research community in discovery neuroscience that have strong translational potential in the development of AI systems, neurotechnology solutions and clinical applications.