Particpants are always needed!

Many research groups at Western study cognitive functions like learning, memory, perception, hearing, attention and language, in both children and adults. These studies teach us how the brain works. They provide crucial information that may allow researchers to develop novel therapies for brain and mental disorders, as well as developing more sensitive tests so disorders can be identified and treated sooner.
Recruitment at the Brain and Mind involves attracting and selecting participants for various research studies in cognitive neuroscience. To ensure community engagement, participants may be solicited in a variety ways, including newspapers, email, posters, brochures, internet, radio/television announcements. In the Western Interdisciplinary Research Building (WIRB) on campus, recruitment posters can be found on bulletin boards located near the elevators.

OurBrainsCAN: Western University's Cognitive Neuroscience Research Registry

If you are interested in finding out more about the studies taking place at Western University and/or are considering being a participant, please explore - OurBrainsCAN.
OurBrainsCAN is a registry of individuals interested in participating in health-related research at Western University. Together we can work to understand how we think, learn, move and communicate in order to reduce the burden of brain disorders. Volunteers are key partners in this research: without you, this essential work can not happen!