Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging

Description

The Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging (CCNi) was established in 2008 within the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology of the University of Glasgow. The building sits on the former garden plots of 56-64 Hillhead Street.

Professor Joachim Gross was a member of the steering group for establishing the new CCNi, which received significant investment from the University, the Scottish Research Infrastructure Fund (SRIF) and Wolfson for state-of-the-art, multi-modal neuroimaging technologies to support research in cognitive neuroscience. On 28 November 2008 the project 'Social Interaction: a cognitive neurosciences approach', jointly-funded by ESRC and MRC, was officially launched and the CNNi opened at an event which attracted key international speakers from the research world.

Summary

Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging
1 Bute Lane
Hillhead
G12 8QD
Record last updated: 19th Sep 2014

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