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Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) have awarded Mark Stokes of the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity a three-year research grant to explore “Temporary connective architectures in mind and brain: role of functional connectivity in working memory”. The principal aim of the project is to model dynamic connectivity patterns within prefrontal cortex using intracranial neurophysiological recordings in close collaboration with the Department of Experimental Psychology. This project will also bring together a team of international collaborators from Princeton, MIT, Wake Forest, Bonn and Bochum. For further details, please contact Mark Stokes.