Does low-level exposure to lead and manganese affect cognition and behaviour?
The Salud Ambiental Montevideo cohort is characterised by several social-environmental factors, including exposure to metals and cognitive performance. We caught up with Seth Frndak from the University of Buffalo to talk through CANTAB’s role in this epidemiological study.
What is the role of neighbourhood greenspace in children’s spatial working memory?
Professor Eirini Flouri spoke to us about why they chose CANTAB to investigate children’s spatial working memory in a large, epidemiological study.
Normative data from linear and non-linear quantile regression of cognition in mid-to-late life
Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring recently published the first study to derive normative CANTAB data from quantile regressions of cognitive test performance for a large epidemiological sample of adults aged 57-84 years.
Why is it important to measure cognition when assessing cardiovascular risk?
We caught up with Adjunct Professor Suvi Rovio to discuss why CANTAB is integral to the success of her large, longitudinal studies into population-based cardiovascular risk.