Developing technologies that enable diagnosis and management of neurological conditions in the community

N-CODE is an EPSRC funded network plus focused on the development of technologies that shift the emphasis of diagnosis and management of neurological, neuropsychiatric or neurodevelopmental conditions from hospital environments to the community.

We will work with partners and stakeholders to develop digital solutions built around neural interfacing, signal processing, machine learning and mathematical modelling as enabling technologies. These offer significant potential for addressing many challenges currently faced by people with neurological, neuropsychiatric or neurodevelopmental conditions and those responsible for their care. We will work with people with lived experience and their communities to address these challenges together.

Priority setting for network activities will be built around 3 core principles:


Building new partnerships and a broad ecosystem with academics, clinicians, industry partners and people with lived experience of neurological conditions. Host a mentorship scheme to connect people at different career stages to undertake secondments with partner organisations.


Host workshops on emerging areas of interest, and an annual conference to celebrate findings from across the network.


Hold events including stakeholder led study groups, sandpits and research incubators to fund a pipeline of proof of concept and feasibility studies.

We will work closely with our partners to develop a roadmap for neurotechnology enabled community-based care.

Upcoming Activities

Funding Call: Research Incubator

OPEN: 2ND MAY – 16TH JUNE 2023
Applications are NOW OPEN for seedcorn projects funded though the Research Incubator.

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Join the Network

The network is building a connected ecosystem where stakeholders including hospitals and clinics, primary and community care, industry, policy makers and regulators will come together with postgraduate research students, post-doctoral researchers and academics to co-create strategy and devise transformative research challenges that are solved for societal benefit. At the heart of our network will be people with lived experience of neurological conditions. We are always looking for new partners to join us. It’s free to join so sign up here.

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