Sign up to participate in one of our world-leading brain imaging studies.
Be at the forefront of brain research by volunteering for a study at the Centre. Experience a scan using our cutting-edge neuroimaging equipment, and contribute to the field of neuroscience by helping us to better understand the brain and underlying causes of neurological and psychiatric conditions.
If you're a researcher interested in using our equipment, you can apply to use our facilities.
If you would like to express your interest in taking part in a brain imaging study, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- full name
- contact number and/or email address
After submitting your details, you may be contacted to check your eligibility for taking part in a study.
Please note that the Centre is a research-only facility, and you will not be provided with any medical advice or diagnosis following participation in a research study, nor will you be provided with a copy of the images.
Our researchers are not medically trained and cannot offer any medical opinion or treatment following scanning.
All images are anonymised and held on our secure database. The images are accessible by our researchers for scientific research only.
If you would like to sign up or ask any questions, please get in touch:
Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre
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