Cognitive Neuroscience Research Facility in WIRB
Advances in cognitive neuroscience research requires new technologies, cross-disciplinary collaborations and innovative methods of measuring brain activity and participant behaviour. The Western/London Neuroscience community has access to many shared resources at the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Facility in the Western Interdisciplinary Research Building (WIRB), whether that be testing spaces, state-of-the-art equipment or expert research personnel.
For general inquiries about accessing resources in WIRB, please contact Derek Quinlan (Research Facility Manager). Looking for specific equipment, but unsure where it is housed? Please see the Equipment Description/Location List for guidance.
Equipment and Research Areas in WIRB
- Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience (DCN)
- EEG/Sound Booths
- Eye Tracking
- Gait Lab
- General Testing
- Parkinson's Lab
- Robot Arm Rooms
- Sleep Lab
Other Cognitive Neuroscience Research Facilities on Campus:
CFMM (fMRI and MRI)