Cognitive Ageing and Impairment Neurosciences
Cognitive Ageing and Impairment Neurosciences (CAIN) was established in 2016 and is co-lead by Dr Hannah Keage and Dr Tobias Loetscher.
Our work focuses on understanding how and why cognition changes across the lifespan (particularly in late-life), in both health and disease, and the fundamental brain mechanisms underlying these changes. Further, we evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to reverse or delay the progression of cognitive impairments.
The lab employs psychophysiological methods such as electroencephalograph (EEG), eye-tracking and transcranial doppler (TCD), along with cognitive and behavioural testing. We are located on the Magill UniSA campus.
We have opportunities for honours, masters and PhD students, along with undergraduate interns and Vacation Scholars.
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You can find us at:
P:+61 8 8302 4262
F: +61 8 8302 4242
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Areas of study and research
- UniSA Cancer Research Institute
and Social Sciences
- Art, Architecture and Design
- Communication, International Studies and Languages
- Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
- Barbara Hardy Institute
- Australian Centre for Child Protection
- Asia Pacific Centre for Work Health and Safety
- Behaviour-Brain-Body Research Centre
- Centre for Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience
- Centre for Islamic Thought and Education
- China-Australia Centre for Sustainable Development
- Creative People, Places and Products Research Concentration
- Design Research for Health & Wellbeing
- Digital Transformations Research Group
- Hawke EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
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- Research for Educational and Social Inclusion
IT, Engineering and
- Future Industries Institute
- UniSA College