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August 2017

05

Aug

ICON 2017

Beurs Van Berlage, Danrak 243
Amsterdam, Holland 1012 ZJ Netherlands

We are excited to be exhibiting at the International conference for cognitive neuroscience 2017 in Amsterdam from 5 - 8 Aug. This years key note speakers include: John Duncan (MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit) Eleanor Maguire (UCL) Satu Palva (University of Helsinki) Daphna Shohamy (Columbia University) If you're attending, drop by and see us for a chat (and maybe even a portable charger) in the Grote Zaal!    

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September 2017

07

Sep

We are proud sponsors of this years BACN which is taking place at Plymouth University. The two-day meeting will be hosted by Patric Bach and Jeremy Goslin of Plymouth University, and supported by the BACN committee. The meeting will feature a keynote speaker, two prize winner talks and three symposia. These are as follows: Keynote: Steven Tipper (University of York) BACN Mid-Career Award: Matt Lambon Ralph (University of Manchester) BACN Early-Career Award: Duncan Astle (MRC CBU, Cambridge) Symposium 1: Cognitive…

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12

Sep

TMS for Cognitive Neuroscience

UCL Experimental Psychology, Chandler House, 2 Wakefield Street
London, WC1N 1PF United Kingdom

This course run in collaboration with neuroscientists from UCL, Lancaster and Imperial College aims to equip you with knowledge about the opportunities and limitations TMS can offer your cognitive neuroscience research programme.   The course covers: A brief history of brain stimulation TMS safety and ethics Designing virtual lesion experiments using both on- and off-line rTMS Using MEPs in cognitive neuroscience Chronometric TMS and combining TMS with other methodologies Discussion sessions on advanced applications and how to integrate TMS into your…

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21

Sep

BrainBox Initiative Conference 2017

Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square
London, NW1 2FB United Kingdom

The BrainBox Initiative Conference is specifically designed to give young neuroscientists a voice by providing valuable opportunities to present and be recognised for their research, network and exchange ideas with their peers and discover opportunities to collaborate. Included in the programme will be some innovative and exciting activities such as the Do's and Don'ts of writing a grant application; a valuable opportunity to gather expert advice from our grant gurus. Confirmed speakers are: Dr Jacinta O’Shea, Oxford University Dr Inês Violante, Imperial College…

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29

Sep

Neurophysiological basis for TMS

UCL Institute of Neurology, Queen Square
London, WC1N 3BG United Kingdom

This course run in collaboration with neuroscientists from the Institute of Neurology at UCL aims to provide participants with plenty of hands-on practical experience and knowledge of the basic principles of TMS and TMS research techniques.   The workshop covers: Basic principles of magnetic and electrical stimulation Physiology of transcranial stimulation of the motor cortex Insights into cortico-cortical connectivity Basic principles of twin-coil TMS Intra- and inter- hemispheric circuits activated by twin-coil TMS Principles of TMS navigation Research and clinical…

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December 2017

01

Dec

Fundamentals and applications of tES

UCL Institute of Neurology, Queen Square
London, WC1N 3BG United Kingdom

Run in collaboration with neuroscientists at UCL London, this workshop course aims to provide participants with plenty of hands-on practical experience and knowledge of the basic principles and applications of transcranial electrical stimulation including direct current and alternating current modes.   Participants will gain an understanding of: Physiology of transcranial stimulation of the motor cortex tES for studying cognition and in clinical practice Methods clinic Computational modeling tES with TMS and neuronavigation Demonstration and discussion of integrated multi-modal neuroscience applications  …

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