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Research Challenge Winner 2020: Kendra Kandana Arachchige

We are delighted to announce that Kendra Kandana Arachchige of the University of Mons has been chosen as one of the Brainbox Initiative's Research Challenge winners for 2020. Kendra is currently in…

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Research Challenge Winner 2020: Roisin McMackin

We are delighted to announce that Roisin McMackin of Trinity College Dublin has been awarded the Brainbox Initiative Research Challenge award for 2020. Roisin is currently in the final stages of her…

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Naheem Bashir Research Challenge Update, May 2019

Figure 1 – Current flow modelling over C3 shows highest charge density in the left inferior frontal gyrus and basal ganglia. We recently caught up with 2017 Research Challenge winner Naheem…

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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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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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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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An interview with Research Challenge 2017 winner, Naheem Bashir

We’re very proud to announce the winner of our 2017 BrainBox Initiative Research Challenge, Naheem Bashir of UCL. Rogue Resolutions will be supporting his award winning study, ‘using…

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Research Challenge 2016 update with Dr Helen Nuttall

Dr Helen Nuttall is based within the Psychology department of Lancaster University where she is currently working on establishing how motor brain areas work in concert with auditory regions to assist…

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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…

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