Cognition, Learning & Plasticity (Cohen Kadosh Lab)
My research focuses on the use on non-invasive brain stimulation techniques to modulate cognitive functions such as task switching, arithmetic ability or sustained attention.
My DPhil work has involved the combination of stimulation techniques with machine learning, EEG and training paradigms and aims to improve the effectiveness of stimulation.
2017 Medical Research Council (MRC) DPhil Studentship
Transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) mechanisms and its effects on cortical excitability and connectivity
Reed T. and Cohen Kadosh R., Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease