Cam-CAN is a large-scale collaborative research project, launched in October 2010, with substantial funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC). The Cam-CAN project is using epidemiological, behavioural, and neuroimaging data to understand how individuals can best retain cognitive abilities into old age.
Cam-CAN will help change
our perspectives on ageing
Cam-CAN represents a
population representative sample, providing
data from multimodal neuroimaging, targeted cognitive
measures, and epidemiology to support lifelong cognitive
Cam-CAN will examine
lifelong development, not just old age
Cam-CAN brings together
researchers across diverse disciplines
Read more about our research
Read more about the different research topics here, or visit our people page for information on individual researchers. We also publish annual Cam-CAN Project Newsletters for our participants which you can find here:
Information about the website
If you would like to have more information about this website, please contact the Project Manager, Dr Meredith Shafto (Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge).