19-20 September, 2024
London, United Kingdom
About the Brainbox Initiative Conference:
The Brainbox Initiative Conference returns to London for its 8th annual gathering, showcasing the exceptional achievements of early and mid-career neuroscientists at the forefront of non-invasive brain stimulation research.
Join us as our early-career speakers share their groundbreaking work alongside esteemed keynote speakers who have shaped the field. This supportive and inclusive environment fosters meaningful connections, propelling attendees to explore novel research endeavors.
Beyond captivating lectures, the conference offers interactive demonstrations and exhibits, allowing attendees to experience the latest non-invasive brain stimulation techniques firsthand. Gain expert technical insights into the development of cutting-edge systems and witness the future of neuroscientific research.
Embrace the transformative power of non-invasive brain stimulation and connect with the minds shaping its future. Join us at the Brainbox Initiative Conference and experience the pinnacle of neuroscience innovation.
Submit an Abstract
We are encouraging any researchers working in non-invasive brain stimulation and imaging who would like to present their work at the 8th Annual Brainbox Initiative Conference 2024 to submit an abstract.
To submit an abstract, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Talk Title
- Short Abstract
- Academic CV
Deadline for speaker submissions: March 1, 2024
Submit a poster
Each year, the Brainbox Initiative Conference offers early-career researchers the opportunity not only to share their research posters at the conference, but also to supplement this display with a supporting three-minute, on-stage pitch to the full conference cohort. These pitches help researchers to ensure that they are reaching as wide an audience as possible at the event, as well as providing crucial first-hand experience of speaking on-stage at an internationally-attended event.
We encourage any researchers who would like to present their work at the Brainbox Initiative Conference 2024 to submit an abstract. Call for entries is open now, and we will be accepting submissions until August 1, 2024.
Will I receive a certificate of attendance for the Brainbox Initiative Conference?
We are happy to issue a Certificate of Attendance to attendees, poster presenters, and speakers of the conference. Please ensure that you request your certificate before January 1, 2025.
What times will the conference run? Can I view the programme?
We anticipate that the conference will run from 09:00-17:00 (GMT), with additional time on day one for a food and wine reception for poster presenters and attendees.
We are working hard to publish the programme as soon as possible.
I won't be able to travel to London, can I attend virtually?
The Brainbox Initiative Conference will be running as a hybrid event for 2024, allowing researchers the option to join us in person at the Wellcome Collection or via our virtual conference platform.
What else can I do at the Brainbox Initiative Conference?
As we will be hosting at the prestigious Wellcome Collection in the centre of London, we invite everyone attending in person to join us for an extended poster session following the first day of the conference as well as explore the historical city.
Will there be an evening reception?
There will be an evening reception at the end of the first conference day with drinks and small dishes that all in-person attendees are welcome to attend.
How can I present a poster at BBI2023?
The call for posters for the Brainbox Initiative Conference is currently open until August 1, 2024. Please use the form located on the conference page to submit your abstract and our Scientific Committee will review your submission.
How can I attend virtually?
For all attendees, registration will cover access to the conference and all of the talks taking place. In-person attendees are also invited to join us for refreshments throughout the day, a food and drink reception, and entry to the poster hall.
What subjects will the conference cover?
This year, the conference will focus on:
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) techniques;
Transcranial electrical stimulation (tES/tDCS/tACS/tRNS) techniques;
Transcranial-focused ultrasound stimulation;
Neuroimaging and methodologies
What is the Brainbox Initiative Conference?
The Brainbox Initiative Conference is an annual meeting that puts the work being carried out by early and mid-career researchers at the forefront. The conference focuses on brain stimulation techniques, including TMS, tES, TUS/tFUS and neuroimaging.