Join us for a cutting edge view of research into brain stimulation and cognitive enhancement. This event will highlight the possibilities and pitfalls in this newly emerging field: Can brain stimulation change our mind? ? Are there physical and psychological risks? Come and find out!
Join us for a cutting-edge view of research into brain stimulation and cognitive enhancement. Discover the possibilities and pitfalls in this newly emerging field: Can it change our mind? How does stimulation interact with behaviour? Can we improve the damaged brain? Are there physical and psychological risks? Join Roi Cohen Kadosh, Gregor Thut, Jacinta O’Shea and Gemma Learmonth to find out.
10.30 Talk: Talk
Dr Monika Harvey will chair the session and give a brief introduction to the topic and speakers, who will then present for 20 minutes each. Ms Gemma Learmonth will be the first speaker introducing non-invasive brain stimulation techniques and their relevance to aging. She will be followed by Professor Gregor Thut who will be covering attention and Dr Jacinta O'Shea who will discuss the effects of non-invasive brain stimulation on impaired brain function. Dr Roi Cohen Kadosh will be the final speaker covering its application to children including possible pitfalls and perils.
Participants: Gemma Learmonth, Gregor Thut, Jacinta O'Shea, Roi Cohen Kadosh