If you’re between 55-80 years old, then a University of Queensland clinical trial might be just the thing for you.


Researchers are trialling a unique, non-invasive brain stimulation technique in improving memory in language learning for older adults.


Studies indicate that stimulation (tDCS) can boost neuroplasticity, a key mechanism in regulating learning, memory and recovery of brain function.


Duration: Two 90-minute sessions measuring various aspects of cognitive function before and after stimulation, with $50 reimbursement.

Location: UQ Centre for Clinical Research, Herston. Parking can be covered if driving in.


Native English speaker
No current psychiatric or neurological conditions (or psychotropic drugs)

For more information or to participate in this exciting area of research, please contact: jasmine.huang@uq.edu.au l 0405798394