Further Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Workshops Announced
Following the fantastic demand for our online series of non-invasive brain stimulation workshops this spring, we are pleased to announce a further two dates for our workshops this July.
Our Brainbox Initiative workshops are run in collaboration with experts in non-invasive brain stimulation and imaging techniques from world-leading academic institutions and universities, as well as providing in-depth insights into the technologies and systems from industry experts.
This summer we're pleased to confirm that our Fundamentals & Applications of TMS and Fundamentals & Applications of tES workshops will be returning, with each workshop running online across three days. Designed to provide attendees with all of the knowledge required to design, set up, carry out, and analyse their own multimodal transcranial magnetic stimulation or transcranial electrical stimulation research, the workshop programmes have been specifically crafted to provide an accessible introduction to these techniques for both new and experienced users of TMS and tES.
The programme for all of our workshops feature talks from world-leading neuroscientists exploring the fundamentals of these techniques, safety considerations, and literature reviews; practical demonstrations of some of the most popular applications of tES and TMS techniques; hands-on, interactive demonstrations of state-of-the-art software; and opportunities for group discussions and study design sessions.
"It was really nice to be a part of all the discussions and to see the collaborations between all the different speakers and participants. Finding the important questions requires the input and expertise of so many people, and as someone who is new to the field it was great to hear what questions intrigued the more experienced researchers and to see how they all helped each other." (Workshop Attendee)
Registration for the online workshops is open now via the Brainbox Initiative website and Eventbrite. Spaces for these workshops are once again very limited, so we do encourage any interested attendees to register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.