Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre
Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC) is set to become one of Europe’s top facilities for brain imaging. The new £44M CUBRIC opened on 7th March 2016 and brings together world-leading expertise in brain mapping with the very latest in brain imaging and brain stimulation. The centre plays a pivotal role in the global endeavour to better understand the causes of neurological and psychiatric conditions such as dementia, schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis, so as to yield vital clues for the development of better treatments.
CUBRIC has a strong commitment to ensuring that everyone has an equal opportunity to contribute to the life, work, and success of the Centre. We have our own Equality & Diversity working group that actively monitors processes and reacts to challenges to make sure equal opportunity is a reality rather than a buzz word at the centre. It is important to note that this relates to all aspects of equality and diversity. If you have any concerns or questions regarding equality and diversity, or if you would like to make a suggestion of how we can improve our support, please feel free to contact Christoph Teufel, the Equality & Diversity contact at CUBRIC, at any time (firstname.lastname@example.org).
CUBRIC Maindy Park, the new home for Cardiff University’s Brain Research Imaging Centre, opened in the Spring of 2016. Housing a combination of neuroimaging equipment unique within Europe, CUBRIC continues to further its world-leading research which has already established Cardiff University as one of the UK’s top three Universities for Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience.
CUBRIC’s vision is to understand brain and behaviour in health and disease through advanced imaging and cognitive methods’