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May 2020

26

May

Join Dr Rory Cutler from the Brainbox Initiative for this free, interactive webinar that will provide an overview of the fundamentals of transcranial electrical stimulation. This session will explore the basic principles and physiology of tES, and will familiarise attendees with some of the basic tES protocols that they can incorporate into their research. Sign up for this webinar here.

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27

May

Join the Brainbox Initiative for this free, interactive webinar where we will be exploring the benefits that current flow modelling can have for your non-invasive brain stimulation research. Dr Rory Cutler will lead discussions on how to use the SIMNIBS GUI to simulate both TMS and tDCS techniques. The webinar will take place on MAy 27 at 14:00 (BST), and will last approximately one hour with time for questions. Please click here to register for this webinar.

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June 2020

01

Jun

Dr Sara Tremblay of the Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research and University of Ottawa joins us for this Brainbox Initiative webinar, 'Optimising Theta Burst Stimulation for Clinical Applications'. In this webinar, we will explore: Theta burst stimulation: principles and mechanisms Clinical applications in psychiatry: state of evidence and pitfalls Using TMS-EEG techniques to select optimal parameters Neuroimaging to understand mechanisms of action Discussion of the future of theta burst stimulation for clinical applications This webinar will take place on…

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08

Jun

Dr Kathy Ruddy of Trinity College Dublin and 2018 Brainbox Initiative Research Challenge winner will be joining us for this special webinar exploring grant writing best practises for early career scientists. In this session, Kathy will lead discussions on: Advice for PhDs, postdocs and research fellows to secure funding How to identify appropriate target grants Preparing a successful grant proposal Finding balance between grant writing and maintaining research productivity This webinar will take place at 14:00 BST on June 8,…

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15

Jun

We are joined by guest speaker Dr Kathy Ruddy of Trinity College Dublin for this webinar exploring brain-computer interfaces, and how to combine these systems with non-invasive brain stimulation techniques. In this session, we will examine: How various types of Brain Computer Interfaces work Using BCI for neuromodulation Combining non-invasive brain stimulation in a closed loop Challenges and limitations of BCI technology This Brainbox Initiative webinar will take place on June 15 at 14:00 BST and will last for approximately…

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July 2020

06

Jul

We are delighted to welcome Professor Dr Michael Nitsche and members of his lab as they join us for this Brainbox Initiative Webinar Enhancing the Efficacy of tES: Introduction of New Stimulation Protocols. In this webinar, each speaker will cover a different area related to this topic, including: Michael Nitsche: The mechanistic foundations of tES Desmond Agboada: Optimising anodal tDCS by modification of stimulation parameters Mohsen Mosayebi Samani: Optimising cathodal tDCS: from motor to prefrontal areas Tiam Hosseinian: Introducing rTMS-tACS for…

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September 2020

24

Sep

POSTPONED: Brainbox Initiative Conference 2020

Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BE

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, we have taken the decision to postpone the Brainbox Initiative Conference to September 2021. In lieu of the physical conference, we will endeavour to bring together a comprehensive programme of interactive, online events to keep the neuroscience discussion going. Stay tuned for more information. The Brainbox Initiative Conference brings together rich, field-leading expertise in non-invasive brain stimulation and brain imaging. Our conference is unique in encouraging the presentation of groundbreaking research from neuroscientists at…

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October 2020

21

Oct

Brainbox Initiative Workshop: Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University, W601 Wyman Park Building
Baltimore, MD 21211 United States

Join the Brainbox Initiative at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore where we will be running a three-day, hands-on non-invasive brain stimulation workshop in conjunction with leading researchers and non-invasive brain stimulation experts from the United Kingdom and the USA. Detailed programme and speaker information will be available soon. Spaces for this workshop will be limited, so please ensure to register your interest using the form below and we will let you know when registration for this event opens.

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December 2020

£500 – £600 +VAT

05

Dec

Fundamentals & Applications of TMS Workshop

Brainbox Ltd, 8a Morgan Arcade
Cardiff, CF10 1AF United Kingdom

The two-day Brainbox Initiative Fundamentals & Applications of TMS workshop features a wealth of lectures and talks designed specifically to provide all delegates with a solid grounding in transcranial magnetic stimulation. Throughout the duration of the course, delegates will also take part in a number of hands-on practical sessions that will provide a comprehensive knowledge of the basic principles and physiology of TMS, and the TMS research techniques required to design, set-up, carry out, and analyse a successful transcranial magnetic stimulation study.…

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£80 – £100 +VAT

07

Dec

TMS Neuronavigation Workshop

Brainbox Ltd, 8a Morgan Arcade
Cardiff, CF10 1AF United Kingdom

The Brainbox Initiative one-day TMS Neuronavigation Workshop, hosted at the Brainbox Ltd headquarters in Cardiff, will provide all delegates with extensive hands-on experience and expert training in the use of the latest features of both MRI-based and average brain targeting and navigation with the Brainsight Navigation System. This practical workshop is suitable for both new users looking to familiarise themselves with the Brainsight Navigation System, and for more experienced users looking to introduce some more advanced techniques into their research. The…

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£500 – £600 +VAT

08

Dec

Advanced TMS Techniques: TMS-EEG Acquisition & Analysis Workshop

Brainbox Ltd, 8a Morgan Arcade
Cardiff, CF10 1AF United Kingdom

This two-day workshop for advanced TMS users is run in collaboration with some of the world's leading TMS-EEG researchers and data analysis software experts. The practical workshop will feature talks and discussions that will provide a solid grounding in the theory and understanding of these techniques, and is designed to equip all delegates with the knowledge required to design, set up, run, and analyse the resulting data from a TMS-EEG study. The workshop programme covers: An overview and introduction to…

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£80 – £100 +VAT

10

Dec

Fundamentals of tES Workshop

Brainbox Ltd, 8a Morgan Arcade
Cardiff, CF10 1AF United Kingdom

The one-day Brainbox Initiative Fundamentals of tES Workshop is designed specifically to provide a comprehensive introductory experience for anyone who is completely new to transcranial electrical stimulation and looking to introduce the technique into their own research. The workshop programme features lectures from leading academics that provide an introduction to the basic principles and physiology of tES, as well as ample hands-on practical sessions for delegates to familiarise themselves with tES equipment and to test out any techniques that they wish to…

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£400 – £500 +VAT

11

Dec

Advanced Applications of tES Workshop

Brainbox Ltd, 8a Morgan Arcade
Cardiff, CF10 1AF United Kingdom

The two-day Brainbox Initiative Advanced Applications of tES Workshop has been created in collaboration with some of the UK’s leading neuroscientists. The workshop features a range of lectures, talks, and practical sessions that have been specifically created to provide delegates with a strong and deep understanding of advanced transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) and the tES research techniques required to design, set-up, carry out, and analyse a successful multimodal tES study.   The workshop programme will cover: The use of focal stimulation…

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