When two Wellcome Centres meet / by Richard Rosch

Last year, the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging became the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging - to distinguish it from the brand-spanking-new Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging in Oxford. But instead of just funding two competitors, the Wellcome Trust wants more bang for their buck and decided to get everyone together to share what we are working on - hopefully paving the way for future collaborations. 

As part of this, I was offered the opportunity to talk a little bit about my work on using computational models to link EEG recordings in patients with NMDA-receptors, and a corresponding mouse model. It's perhaps fitting that this will be my last talk given with full Wellcome Trust Centre affiliation, before heading over to King's.