Charlie Clarke

Prior to working at b-neuro, Charlie studied and graduated with a BSc Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Manchester. Here, he had the chance to solidify his understanding of the subject with practical experience. Notably, Charlie undertook a placement in Linkoping University, Sweden, where he investigated the link between impulsivity and affective state in red junglefowl. He had the opportunity to co-author a research paper on this topic (Frontiers | How Inhibitory Control Relates to Positive and Negative Affective States in Red Junglefowl (frontiersin.org))

Charlie is a Research Technician at b-neuro, responsible for leading the behavioural testing for client-based projects and assisting staff and students with experimental protocols.