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We always require volunteers to participate in our research studies. What is involved? Healthy volunteers will be asked to participate in short memory, attention, and language tests, which are fun to do and may keep you mentally fit!

Researchers at the University of Oxford are currently developing new ways to detect memory, language and attention problems in individuals who have had stroke. We need control volunteers to standardise our test. Performance of the control volunteers will form the baseline against which we will compare performance of stroke patients to understand the degree of memory and language impairment following stoke.

We work on:

Language, memory, attention, action, numbers

We work with:

  •     Healthy individuals of all ages
  •     Stroke Patients
  •     Patients with Dementia
  •     Brain Injured Patients
  •     Dyslexics
  •     Patients with ADHD

We use:

  • Neuropsychological Tests
  • Computer Based Test
  • Imaging Techniques
         -Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
         -Electroencephalogram (EEG)