2018 News

Interview with Professor Simon Bennett of Liverpool John Moores University

Rogue Resolutions are proud to have completed the installation of a brand new Brainsight NIRS system at Liverpool John Moores University. The new system, which uses infrared light to measure changes…

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‘How listening to music enhances motor processing’: New research being carried out at University of Nevada in Las Vegas

In August 2017, Brainbox carried out an installation of several neuromodulation, neuroimaging, and neuronavigation devices at the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory of the University of…

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Poster Presentation 2018 Winner, Haya Akkad

Researchers were invited to submit abstracts for inclusion in the Brainbox Initiative Conference poster session, particularly in the area of non-invasive brain imaging and stimulation. All poster…

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2018 Young Investigator Award Winner, Maria Ironside

We are proud to announce that Dr Maria Ironside of Harvard University is the winner of the 2018 BrainBox Initiative Young Investigator Award. Maria’s successful research examines…

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2018 Research Challenge winner, Mirja Steinbrenner

We recently spoke to Mirja Steinbrenner, MD, of King’s College London, who was awarded the 2018 BrainBox Initiative Research Challenge award. Mirja’s winning submission to the Research…

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An interview with 2018 Research Challenge Winner, Kathy Ruddy

We are very proud to introduce our very first interview with Kathy Ruddy of Trinity College Dublin, one of the two successful 2018 BrainBox Initiative Research Challenge winners. Kathy submitted her…

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Research at KU Leuven seeks to ‘determine factors that can enhance motor memory formation and consolidation’

In September 2017, the Brainbox team carried out the installation of two brand new pieces of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) equipment at KU Leuven, Belgium. A few months on from this…

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BrainBox Initiative Conference speaker Isabel Glover

Introducing BrainBox Initiative Conference speaker, Newcastle University PhD student, Isabel Glover PhD Thesis: Brainstem motor pathways in health and disease Institution of study: Newcastle…

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Interview with Professor Annabel Chen of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Brainbox are proud to announce the recent installation of multiple neurostimulation and neuroimaging systems at the new Cognition and Behavioural Sciences Laboratory at the Wee Kim Wee School of…

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Introducing Dr Camilla Nord, BrainBox Initiative Conference Speaker

Dr. Camilla Nord is a neuroscientist at the University of Cambridge who works on brain stimulation and neuroimaging in the context of neuropsychiatric disorders. Camilla completed her undergraduate…

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Introducing BrainBox Initiative Conference speaker Dr James Bonaiuto

PhD Thesis: Modeling the Mirror System in Action Observation and Execution Institution of study: University of Southern California Year obtained: 2010 Current institution: French National Centre…

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Naheem Bashir, Research Challenge update – June 2018

Research Challenge 2017 winner Naheem Bashir, Speech Research Group, University College London Twitter: @NaheemBashir  Firstly, I would like to say thank you to Rogue Resolutions for selecting…

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Introducing BrainBox Initiative Conference early career speaker Marc Bächinger, ETH Zürich

PhD Thesis: Modulation of functional connectivity with brain stimulation and future applications Institution of study: ETH Zürich Year obtained: 2017 Current institution: ETH…

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BrainBox Initiative Conference speaker Dr Benedikt Zoefel

We are proud to introduce BrainBox Initiative Conference early career speaker Dr Benedikt Zoefel. Benedikt will be joining us from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge and is lucky…

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20 Questions with Dr Ricci Hannah, IoN UCL

Dr Ricci Hannah – Research associate at the Institute of Neurology, UCL. Ricci is a keen supporter of the BrainBox Initiative and collaborates with Rogue Resolutions as a BrainBox Ambassador…

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Tegan Penton, Research Challenge update – April 2018

Research Challenge 2017 winner Tegan Penton, of King’s College London, has now begun her award winning research ‘Investigating the Effects of tDCS in Autism Spectrum Disorder’; a…

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Professor Paul Taylor, Cognition and Higher Vestibular Disorders

Paul Taylor is Professor of Cognition and Higher Vestibular Disorders at the Klinikum Grosshadern, the university hospital of LMU, Munich, Germany. The group’s research extends cognitive…

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TMS for Cognitive Neuroscience Workshops

A blog post by Dr Joseph Devlin, UCL It’s well after midnight and I’m on the dance floor of a bar, somewhere in the meat-packing district in New York, when a guy comes up to me,…

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Announcing the first BBI early career speaker – Dr Lucia Li

We are very proud to announce the first 2018 early career speaker, Dr Lucia Li, Imperial College London. Some of you may remember Lucia as the 2017 BrainBox Initiative poster prize winner so we are…

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British Brain Bee Charity partnership

Today, Rogue Resolutions and the British Brain Bee announced a partnership to advance neuroscience education in secondary schools across the UK. The organisations will collaborate to raise awareness…

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Professor Yoshikazu Ugawa – The origins of the Quadripulse technique

Professor Ugawa is director and professor of the Department of Neurology and Vice President of Fukushima Medical University, where he has been since 2007. He graduated from Tokyo University in 1978…

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