The Epidemiology group is interested in studying the patterns, causes and effects of neurocognitive disorders, in particular dementia, in elderly populations in Australia and internationally. Read more about the Epidemiology Group.
Genomics and Epigenomics
The Genetics and Epigenomics group has grown out of our interest in the genetics of brain ageing and age-related disease. Heritability studies suggest that there is a genetic component to most age-related traits. Read more about the Genomics and Epigenomics Group.
The Neuroimaging Laboratory (NiL) was established in 1991 in response to a need for the assessment of brain images, in order to improve our understanding of the brain in health and disease. Read more about the Neuroimaging Group.
The Neuropsychiatry Group is a collaborative group composed of staff from CHeBA and the Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI). Read more about the Neuropsychiatry Group.
The Neuropsychology Group investigates cognitive changes associated with normal ageing and late-life disorders of cognition, to better understand the risk and preventive factors for age-related neurocognitive disorders. Read more about the Neuropsychology Group.
Omics and Neurobiology of Ageing
CHeBA Omics and Neurobiology of Ageing is a collaborative group composed of staff and students from CHeBA, the Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI) and the UNSW MW Analytical Centre Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility (BMSF). Read more about the Omics and Neurobiology of Ageing Group.