Winners announced for first Rogue Resolutions Challenge

We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s inaugural Rogue Resolutions Challenge, run in combination with a programme of hands-on workshops designed to help and support new research talent within the field of non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) and brain imaging.

From over 30 excellent research proposals, the judging panel of leading academic experts chose joint first place winners to receive a prize that includes:

  • The loan of equipment to acquire pilot research data
  • Technical help and support from Rogue Resolutions
  • Sponsorship to present research findings at a relevant future conference of choice

Helen Nuttall from University College London, pictured left, will test how, in order to understand speech, the hearing centre of the brain works together with brain regions that control lip and tongue movements.

Siddharth Kohli of Manchester University, pictured right, will use the prize to further his studies in improving online tACS artefact removal from EEG data.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank and congratulate everyone for their submissions. We will be running the Rogue Resolutions Challenge competition again in the future, so please look out for further announcements.

Read the full press release here.

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