Giving early career neuroscientists a voice
Brought to you by Brainbox Ltd, the Brainbox Initiative works closely with world-leading researchers to help support, develop, and promote the work of early-career neuroscientists.
Our range of hands-on workshops; annual conference; symposia demonstrations; and prizes and awards have reached over 1,100 early-career researchers from more than 200 universities and colleges worldwide and have already helped to inspire some groundbreaking neuroscience research studies.
Brainbox Initiative Conference
The Brainbox Initiative Conference for Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation and Brain Imaging will be returning to the Wellcome Collection in London from September 24-25, 2020. Make sure to keep an eye out for announcements of early-bird ticket releases, calls for interest in conference speakers, and the reopening of our annual Research Challenge and Young Investigator Award.
Bringing together groundbreaking research from early-career neuroscientists and incredible stories and knowledge from world-leading keynote speakers, the Brainbox Initiative Conference is the first event of its kind.
Fundamentals & Applications of TMS
Our two-day ‘Fundamentals and Applications of TMS’ workshop is run in collaboration with world-leading neuroscientists from the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, London.
Combining lectures and talks that provide a comprehensive knowledge of the basic principles and physiology of TMS with extensive practical sessions using state-of-the-art equipment, this workshop is perfect for any neuroscientists looking to incorporate TMS techniques into their research programme.
Fundamentals of tES
Our one-day ‘Fundamentals of tES’ workshop is an excellent introductory experience for those who are new to transcranial electrical stimulation and looking to introduce the technique into their research.
The workshop combines detailed lectures on the basic principles and physiology of tES with plenty of hands-on, practical sessions for delegates to test out tES techniques and prepare a successful tES study.