Poster Presentation Winners 2020
With more posters than ever before at the Brainbox Initiative Conference 2020 it was an extremely difficult year to choose just one winner of the poster prize. We received an incredibly broad range of submissions from early and mid-career neuroscientists around the world, detailing some of the most robust non-invasive brain stimulation and imaging studies being carried out at the moment.
This year we separated all posters into four categories that covered the primary focus of the research: TMS, tES, neuroimaging, and - for the first time - transcranial focused ultrasound neuromodulation.
Each poster - still available to view in our conference archive - was supported by a live, strictly-timed three-minute pitch by the presenter that provided them the opportunity to summarise the key 'take-away' message of their research and encourage attendees of the conference to come forward with questions on the Brainbox Initiative Forum.
With such a wide range of high-quality research on show, it was impossible for our Scientific Committee to decide on just one poster presentation winner, and so we are delighted to confirm that for 2020 we have presented seven poster awards.
Winner: Umair Hassan, BEST Toolbox: Brain Electrophysiological recording & STimulation Toolbox
Many congratulations to all of this year's winners, and we are looking forward to welcoming even more poster presenters to the Brainbox Initiative Conference 2021.