We are lucky enough to have a huge bank of volunteers to help us out. Most of whom are working or studying neuroscience. If you would like to help us out by volunteering at one of our events please contact us at: email@example.com
PhD student at Birkbeck’s Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development.
I’m interested in emotion and cognitive traits, particularly how these develop in adolescence and how differences in this development can impact on our well-being, mental health and success. I also work with genetics as I like to get into the nitty gritty biology of how things are built! The London Brain Project is an exciting organisation to be involved with - for me, public engagement is a key part of science and artist collaborations is a great way to go about it.
PhD Candidate - Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry Section
I’m doing a PhD in developmental neurosciences, studying memory development in babies in the UK and The Gambia, West Africa. I’m passionate about researching how babies learn to perfom all the wonderfully complex processes that humans are capable of and how that relates to their brain development. In the past I have helped out the London Brain Project on a workshop on that same topic, and having been inspired by them, I am currently planning a workshop for our Gambian families in which we will explore how their babies’ brains develop over the first year of life.
With thanks to our neuroscience experts involved in various LBP Projects:
- Prof Torsten Baldeweg, UCL Institute of Child Health
- Prof Matthew Walker, UCL Institute of Neurology
- Prof Matthias Koepp, UCL Institute of Neurology
- Dr Tara Murphy, UCL Institute of Child Health
- Prof Stephen Jackson, University of Nottingham
- Prof Georgina Jackson, University of Nottingham
- Dr Diane Ruge, UCL Institute of Neurology
- Prof Eileen Joyce, UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
- Dr Isobel Heyman, UCL Institute of Child Health