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Clinical and applied

Neuroscience can be 'applied' in many different ways: Medicine, robotics, neuroethics, education, sport, animal welfare.  As well as using neuroscientific knowledge in these different fields, studying the resultant brain-based applications then informs fundamental neuroscience research. Clinical applications are clearly very important, and molecular to epidemiological studies all contribute to clinical neuroscience. Other examples include visual perception in art, computing, artificial intelligence, learning in the classroom, legislation, and farming.

Researchers working in Clinical and Applied Neuroscience: