I am a cognitive neuroscientist working at C3NL, Imperial College London and the Sobell Department of Motor Neuroscience, University College London.
I combine non-invasive brain stimulation (tACS/tDCS) with brain imaging techniques, functional neuorimaging and electrophisiology, in order to study how brain stimulation can be use to modulate brain activity.
I am currently a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow studying how attention can be improved after traumatic brain injury. My research is focused on the modulation of brain oscillations through biofeedback and neurostimulation. I am
interested in how brain oscillations mediate connectivity and particularly how neurostimultaion could be use to improve communication in brain networks following brain injury.
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