The goal of iBBA is to foster the exchange and development of knowledge for advanced methods of experimental research. The core mission is to develop and test fundamental theories of mind, brain, body movement and/or behaviour. The institute achieves this mission through combining world class-expertise in terms of methods and state of the art analyses, through combining and strengthening infrastructure (from labs to scanners), quality control (e.g., data management; from acquisition to storing and sharing data), communication profile (towards funding agencies and society) and by making research useful for economic or societal utilisation (valorisation).
iBBA - institute for research on brain, body and behaviour
Institute Brain and Behaviour Amsterdam
iBBA crosses borders
Visit our events
Thursday 25 January 4-5pm
Colloquium professor Nick Ward, Professor of Clinical Neurology and Neurorehabilitation, Department of Clinical and Motor Neuroscience, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, London
Thursday 21 March 4-5pm
Colloquium dr. Clayton Hickey, associate professor, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham.
Thursday 23 May 4-5pm
Colloquium professor Thomas Nichols, Professor of Neuroimaging Statistics and a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow in Basic Biomedical Science, University of Oxford
iBBA day, June, t.b.a.
iBBA retreat, October, t.b.a.
2023 iBBA day 'Science communications'
2022 iBBA day ‘Science to business’
October 19 - Isabel Thielmann from Freiburg
September 21 - Lisa DeBruine from Glasgow replicates face research
June 8 - Jennifer Cook from Birmingham reads other people
May 25 -Tamar Makin from Cambridge about neurorehbilitation and prosthetics
March 16 - Willem Frankenhuis from Freiburg, Germany discussed 'Hidden talents' in children