Institute of Behavioural and Neural Sciences

The Institute of Behavioural and Neural Sciences is an interdisciplinary community of researchers who study the behaviour of human beings and other animals from cellular, neural, cognitive and evolutionary perspectives. The Institute brings together faculty members, research staff and students from the Schools of Biology, Psychology & Neuroscience, Medicine, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics and Physics & Astronomy, with the aim of fostering progress at interfaces of the behavioural and neural sciences.

To find out more about research conducted in IBANS see the profile of our principal investigators.

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Committee Members

Tugce Cuhadaroglu

Tugcu Cuhadarogle

Stefan Pulver

Stefan Pulver

Paolo Annibale

Paolo Annibale

Academic Rep Physics and Astronomy
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Juliana Bowles

Juliana Bowles

Academic Rep Computer Science
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Stefan Pulver

Matthew Broadhead

ECR Rep Psychology and Neuroscience
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Susanna Galea-Singer

Susanna Galea-Singer

Catherine Adamson

Natalie Pilakouta

Academic Rep Biology
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Frances Quirk

Frances Quirk

Erin Robbins

Erin Robbins

BrainStem, Psychology and Neuroscience
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Emma Gale

Javier Tello

ECR Rep Medicine
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Recent News

IBANS Burns Social, Feb 25th, 2023

IBANS Burns Social, Feb 25th, 2023

IBANS members from different schools came together for "IBANS Burns Social and Networking event" for 2023’s Burns Night. The event was organized to be an informal interdisciplinary gathering where researchers of different backgrounds and expertise were able to come...

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