The Queen opens Cardiff University’s new neuroimaging centre

On June 7th, Queen Elizabeth II officially opened Cardiff University’s new neuroimaging centre, and heard about the ongoing research in neurofeedback.

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were given a tour of Cardiff University's new £44m Brain Research Imaging Centre (Cubric), which is the biggest of its kind in Europe and one of the best equipped in the world.

More info here.


Queen Elizabeth II observes a real-time fMRI experiment at the Cardiff University Brain research Imaging Centre

Newsletter #3

The latest issue of the BRAINTRAIN Newsletter is now available here.

Talk at Human Brain Mapping Conference

BRAINTRAIN partners Rainer Goebel, Nikolaus Weiskopf and David Linden will speak at an Educational course on “Real-time fMRI: Fundamental Principles for Clinical Applications” at the 2016 Human Brain Mapping conference, on June 26th (more info here).

The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) is the primary international organization dedicated to using neuroimaging to discover the organization of the human brain. Its 2016 Conference will take place from June 26th to 30th in Geneva, Switzerland.

Talk on rtfMRI neurofeedback at the Brain Forum

Dr Nikolaus Weiskopf will present rtfMRI neurofeedback at the Brain Forum's annual conference.

Dr Nikolaus Weiskopf (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences) will intervene at the Brain Forum's annual conference on May 27th, in Lausanne (Switzerland). He will participate in the session "Advancing human neuroscience: encoding, decoding, and neurofeedback using functional neuroimaging" to present an overview of rtfMRI neurofeedback.

More information here.

Hosting MSCA Fellows

BRAINTRAIN partners are interested in hosting Marie Curie Fellows.

Interested applicants should contact the coordinator, Professor David Linden (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ), in the first instance.