Brainbox Initiative News
Brainbox Initiative Workshop at the Frontiers of Human Neurophysiology
Join us for this two-part workshop for an intensive exploration of TUS for neuromodulation and novel TMS methodologies offered by new controllable pulse parameter devices (cTMS).
Announcing a new tES Workshop
The Brainbox Initiative is hosting a comprehensive online workshop on the Fundamentals & Applications of tES from December 5 to 7, 2023. This three-day event offers participants a deep dive into the core principles of transcranial electrical stimulation (tES), covering basic physiology, types of devices, study designs, and practical session execution.
Announcing our Young Investigator Award Winner 2023: Dr Joshua Brown
One of the most prestigious accolades in this field is the Young Investigator Award, and this year, it gives us immense pleasure to announce Dr. Joshua Brown from Harvard Medical School as the deserving recipient.
Brainbox Initiative Announces New TMS & TMS-EEG Workshop
The brain, with its intricate complexity and vast potential, has captivated scientists and researchers for centuries. As technology advances, so does our ability to understand and interact with this remarkable organ. One such groundbreaking technique that has revolutionised neuroscience research is Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). To delve into the world of TMS and its synergy with EEG, the Brainbox Initiative is proud to present a four-day interactive workshop that combines the core content of their popular TMS and TMS-EEG sessions.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Opportunity at the University of Essex
The Department of Psychology at the University of Essex is renowned for its vibrant research environment and commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration. A new job posting has been announced for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to support the groundbreaking work of Dr Alex Sel. This position, funded by the Academy of Medical Sciences, offers a unique opportunity for talented researchers with a passion for cognitive neuroscience and an interest in non-invasive brain stimulation and electroencephalography.