The primary mission of members of the Centre is to conduct research on the neurobiology of cognition and disorders of cognition using state-of-the-art techniques. Guided by specific hypotheses about the organisation of memory systems and putative mechanisms of cognitive disorder, the centre's researchers use behavioural, pharmacological, physiological and microscopy techniques to address questions about normal cognition and how it breaks down in neurological and psychiatric disease, particularly Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Image: CC-BY Henstridge et al. (detail from Figure 11).

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