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15 March 2023

My career story: Naomi McPartlan, Clinical Project Coordinator

We chatted to Naomi about her role, her career to date and what advice she has for anyone thinking of a career in clinical trials and health technology.

2 March 2023

How CANTAB can help to understand cognition in eating disorders

During Eating Disorder Awareness Week (27th February - 5th March), Hannah Hickinbotham and Eleanor Rist reflect on the evidence around how cognition is affected in eating disorders, and how CANTAB® can be used for research in this area.

22 February 2023

Assessments of ADAS-Cog administration quality are comparable across expert and non-expert reviewers

This poster was presented at the ISCTM Annual Scientific Meeting in February 2023.

22 February 2023

Age-Related Cognitive Changes in the Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB) Normative Sample

This poster was presented at the ISCTM Annual Scientific Meeting in February 2023. 

1 February 2023

The role of cognitive functions in the diagnosis of bipolar disorder: A machine learning model

We caught up with Ercan Altınöz, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Eskişehir Osmangazi University School of Medicine in Eskişehir, Turkey, who told us how combining CANTAB® tasks with machine learning may help to improve diagnosis of bipolar disorder.  

17 January 2023

How CANTAB can be used to overcome challenges in assessing cognition in people with intellectual disabilities

Operational scientist Eleanor Rist explores how CANTAB™  assessments can be beneficial for studies involving people with intellectual disabilities.

6 January 2023

Using CANTAB to assess cognitive function in long-term Hodgkin lymphoma survivors

We caught up with Dr Ferenc Magyari from the University of Debrecen, who told us how CANTABTM has helped them to understand the long-term cognitive impact of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. 

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