Stimulating brain network oscillations to improve attention after traumatic brain injury


  • Dr Ines Violante

    Imperial College London

Project summary

Ines is studying how attention can be improved after traumatic brain injury. Her research is focused on the modulation of brain oscillations through biofeedback and neurostimulation. She is interested in how brain oscillations mediate connectivity and particularly how neurostimulation could be used to improve communication in brain networks following brain injury. During her Fellowship she will be working between the labs of Professor David Sharp at Imperial College London and Professor John Rothwell at UCL.