Brain Networks in Childhood
Researchers at the Medical Research Council’s Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit are conducting a project exploring how our brains change in childhood, and we need some Junior Neuroscientists to help us. We are looking for children aged between 8 and 11 to take part in our study, and are hoping that you and your child will consider helping us. Participation is an exciting way of finding out about and taking part in cutting-edge science.
Before you decide whether to participate in this new study, it is important that you understand what it will involve. Please keep in mind that you are under no obligation to take part in this study. Even after agreeing to participate, you and your child are free to withdraw at any time without providing a reason.
[Study details to go here following ethics approval]
Who is conducting this research?
The research project is organised by Dr Duncan Astle. If you are interested in hearing more about the study, or asking questions, then please get in touch.
If you would like your child to take part in our research, please fill out the form below and submit your details. Your details will be submitted to the researchers conducting this research programme and will not be given to anybody else. This information will be stored securely. Once you have submitted your details, we will be in contact with you to discuss our current and future studies. Submitting your details does not oblige you to be involved with our study and you can choose to opt out of participating or receiving communication from us at any point.
If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact us:
Phone: 01223 355294
Please register your interest in your child participating in our research by submitting the details in this form. You and your child may choose to opt out of participation at any time.
* Please note, we will e-mail or phone you to confirm that we have received your submitted details. You will not receive a confirmation message on this website following submission. Please feel free to submit details of more than one child.
Thank you for your interest in our research