Upcoming workshop: Advancing human neuroscience through neural stimulation and recording

The two-day virtual workshop will examine neural stimulation and recording methods and their impact on brain function and behavior in humans. Register today!  


Advancing Human Neuroscience Through Neural Stimulation and Recording: Opportunities and Challenges for Coordinated Efforts workshop 


Thursday, May 23: 11:00 am – 5:30 pm ET  

Friday, May 24: 10:00 am – 3:45 pm ET 

Are you interested in delving deeper into what we know about using neural stimulation and brain recordings to understand brain function? Register for our upcoming virtual workshop. In this two-day event, we will explore the progress made in this area, discuss the challenges the field has yet to overcome, and explore the potential impact of coordinated efforts involving stimulation and recording.  

The workshop features speakers and panelists from universities and institutions around the world. Sessions will cover topics that provide insight into human cognition and behavior, behavioral assessment strategies, what knowledge we hope to gain from these efforts, applicable theories and models to inform integration of invasive/non-invasive stimulation and recording approaches. Visit the workshop’s website for a full agenda.  

This workshop is open to everyone in the scientific community and the public. If you have questions about the event, please see the workshop assistance page.  

In addition, if you are researching or have experience in human neural stimulation and recording, we welcome your input to help understand brain-behavioral relationships as part of a new Request for Information (RFI). Responses are due on August 1, 2024.  

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