Brain Sciences


Research Centres and Domains

UCL's Research Centres and Domains help promote collaborative, cross-disciplinary research in the Faculty of Brain Sciences and beyond.

Research Centres

What is a Research Centre?

Research Centres sit outside of the Institute and Division structure in Brain Sciences to promote cross-disciplinary research within the Faculty, across UCL and with external partners. Below are the Research Centres associated with the Faculty of Brain Sciences:

Research Centres at the Faculty of Brain Sciences

Research Domains

What is a Research Domain?

UCL Research Domains are large, cross-disciplinary research communities that aim to bring together a critical mass of expertise to solve the world's most urgent problems. Research Domains allow strategic coordination of research across UCL and its partner organisations. 

Research Domains at the Faculty of Brain Sciences

The UCL Neuroscience Domain unites our neuroscientists and partners in their groundbreaking research, in training scientists and clinicians, and in transforming our ability to treat neurological and psychiatric disorders.

The Neuroscience Domain comprises of three Research Themes. Choose a link below to find out more: