University of Cambridge

The Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre was opened in 1996 and fully refurbished and upgraded in 2016, and is situated direct adjacent to radiochemistry on the Cambridge Biomedical Research Campus (Addenbrooke’s hospital site).  Since its inception it has provided research platforms for neuroscience themes, including dementia, stroke, neurosurgery, acute brain injury, psychiatry and cognitive neuroscience. It is an academic division of the Department of Clinical Neuroscience with strong links and collaborations with the University Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry, as well as the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (where MEG is located).


Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre

Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Box 65, Robinson Way

Cambridge, CB223DU

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