Ketevan Alania

Project title: Non-invasive deep brain stimulation to modulate brain activity and related function
Supervisor: Dr Nir Grossman
Location: Burlington Danes Building, Hammersmith Hospital Campus

About me

 I am a first year PhD student at the Interventional Systems Neuroscience Lab where I have been working with the team to develop innovative non-invasive neuromodulation methods to alter neural activity and function. Throughout the next three years I will be focusing on the development and translation of a new transcranial deep brain stimulation technique called Temporal Interference (TI) stimulation with the overarching goal of developing new interventions for neurodegeneration and cognitive decline seen in dementia.


  •  MSc Translational Neuroscience, Imperial College London, 2017-2018
  • BSc Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London, 2012-2015

Research interests

  • Non-invasive brain stimulation
  • Closed-loop neuromodulation systems
  • Patient-centred technology

Presentations and conferences 

  • UK DRI Centre Scientific Advisory Board, 2019
  • Connectome 2019

Contact details

LinkedIn: kety-alania-3304a018