Research The UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience's interdisciplinary research brings together different disciplines like psychology, neurology and anatomy and includes the study of behaviour, atypical brain functions and brain imaging. Research groups Our research is wide ranging, covering areas including awareness, memory, neurotherapeutics, metacognition, clinical neurophysiology and cognitive electrophysiology. Our research approaches Our research makes use of three complementary approaches: studying behaviour, atypical brain functions and brain imaging. Academic insights Our researchers discuss their historical perspectives on life at the ICN and their thoughts on the present and future of cognitive neuroscience research. Postgraduate research degrees We have a large and active community of PhD students and offer a vibrant and stimulating learning environment for postgraduate research.