The Centre has a large network of national and international collaborators from industry, academia and the health sector which is constantly evolving.
|We interact with satellite groups at the Oxford MRC Brain Network Dynamic Group, Francis Crick Institute and Sainsbury-Wellcome Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour at UCL., through joint supervision of students, and reciprocal organisation of events, such as symposia and seminars.||
|The Centre has attracted considerable NHS involvement, with the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Biomedical Research Centre agreeing to fund approximately one CDTN studentship per cycle. NHS staff are involved in numerous other projects also, including projects on monitoring of brain injuryand rehabilitation after stroke.||
|In addition to Centre funding from EPSRC, the Centre benefits from links with industry partners through studentship funding, equipment donation, joint supervision of projects and Advisory Board membership. Visit our projects page to see our current joint-industry funded/supervised student projects.|