The CNNP Lab is a group of interdisciplinary researchers working on Computational Neurology, Neuroscience, and Psychiatry (psychology). We apply theoretical and computational approaches to questions in the neuroscience domain. The lab members come from a colourful mix of backgrounds, ranging from computing, mathematics, statistics, and engineering to biology, psychology, neuroscience, and neurology. Take a look on our research and publication pages to learn more about our work.

We are based in the School of Computing at Newcastle University, and we have a diverse range of close collaborations and affiliations with local and national research centres for neuroscience, neurology, and psychiatry.

To further support our vibrant interdisciplinary environment we run regular CNNP seminars. If you want to join us for these, contact us and we will put you on the mailing list.

Interested in visiting/joining us?

If you are interested in visiting the lab for a short stay, please contact us. We have may have funding available to support your visit.

We are also always looking for motivated people to work with, and we are happy to share our skillset. If you are interested in working with us for a short project (internship or similar), please contact us for a list of projects, or propose your own project! Again, funding may be available.

If you are interested in doing a PhD or postdoc with us, please contact us to discuss possible projects, and information on vacancies and available funding.

Affiliated labs and groups in Newcastle

We are embedded in a network of affiliated labs and collaborate with various research groups at Newcastle University. Check out some of the other groups to find out more about the wider research environment in Newcastle.

ICOS research group


Centre for in vivo imaging