The BrainBox Initiative Conference
For non-invasive, multimodal brain stimulation and brain imaging.
The BrainBox Initiative Conference is specifically designed to give early career 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.
The programme has been created in collaboration with key academics in the field, Professors John Rothwell, Sven Bestmann and Dr Joe Devlin of University College London, Professor Michael Banissy, Goldsmiths, University of London, Dr Charlotte Stagg and Dr Jacinta O’Shea, University of Oxford and Professor Paul Taylor, LMU Munich.
The programme includes:
- Chairman, Professor Sven Bestmann
- Keynote speaker – Professor Ugawa, Fukushima Medical University
- Keynote speaker – Professor Taylor, LMU Munich
- An update from 2017 Research Challenge winners, Naheem Bashir and Tegan Penton
- Poster pitches and session
- Research Challenge 2018
- Young Investigator Award 2018
- Multimodal product demonstrations
- Plus much more!
Why should you attend?
Young Investigator Award
The BrainBox Initiative Young Investigator Award will be announced at the conference. The winner will automatically receive a place at the conference, a £500 cash prize as well as the opportunity to present their work.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: 30 APR 2018
Researchers are invited to submit abstracts for inclusion on the conference poster session. We are looking for research studies that include non-invasive, multimodal brain imaging and stimulation.
Please note, this year we will only be accepting 30 posters who will be offered the opportunity to present a short Poster Pitch during the conference. Please submit soon to avoid disappointment.
DEADLINE: 30 JUL 2018
Research Challenge winners will be announced at the conference and will automatically receive a ticket to the 2019 conference as well as benefit from the loan of equipment to carry out the winning study and financial assistance to present that study at an international conference.