2 January 2015
New peer-reviewed papers added to the Cantab Bibliography within the last few weeks.
10 December 2014
Regulatory bodies have increased the pressure on pharmaceutical companies to measure and monitor the risk of cognitive adverse events associated with investigational treatments. Scientist and Product Specialist at Cambridge Cognition, Linda Hermans looks at assessing cognitive safety in clinical trials.
19 November 2014
Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is a condition characterised predominantly, but not exclusively, by problems with episodic memory. These memory complaints are measurable with cognitive tests and noticeable by the relatives and friends of the patient.
31 October 2014
Cantab Connect combines leading neuroscience with innovative cloud technology for smarter cognitive testing.
22 September 2014
New peer-reviewed papers added to the Cantab Bibliography within the last two weeks.
9 September 2014
Welcome to the first in a series of blogs to focus on cognitive research to celebrate the launch of Cantab Ignition, our free collection of educational resources to help students, lecturers and researchers develop their understanding of cognitive assessment and promote brilliant cognitive science.
In this series we will cover topics to support researchers in their research funding bids and grant applications, starting with an introduction to Generating initial research ideas.