• Cardiff University, United Kingdom, Professor David Linden Website

- David Linden, coordinator of BRAINTRAIN and Profesor of Translational Neuroscience at Cardiff University. see biography

- W. Miles Cox, consultant to BRAINTRAIN and Professor of Psychology of Addictive Behaviours at Bangor University. see biography

- Rebecca Playle, Head of Statistics at the South East Wales Trial Unit (SEWTU), Cardiff University. see biography 

Leena Subramanian works on the development of new neurofeedback-based intervention designs. She is also the data manager for BRAINTRAIN in the Cardiff team. see biography

- Kerry Hood is a Professor of Statistics and the Director of Clinical Trials for the College of Biomedical and Life sciences at Cardiff University. She has considerable experience in the design and analysis of cllincial trials, with a focus on developing and evaluating complex interventions. see publications

- Angharad Nia Williams is a psychologist with background in cognitive neuroscience and EEG. She works on the clinical trial of fMRI neurofeedback as a treatment intervention ofr alcohol dependance. She also has an interest in neurorehabilitation, and works on neurofeedback based motor imagery training for stroke patients. see biography

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  • Inserm Transfert, France, Delphine Smagghe Website
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  • Eberhard Karls Universitaet Tuebingen, Germany, Niels Birbaumer Website

Prof.Birbaumer is Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience at the Medical Faculty of the University of Tuebingen, Germany and Research Professor at Ospedale San Camillo, Venice ,Italy. see contact and biography

- Manfred Hallschmid is Professor for Behavioural Neurobiology (with a focus on Neuroendocrinology/Metabolism) at the department of Medical Psychology and Behavioural Neurobiology at  the Univeristy of Tuebingen, Germany. see contact

- Hubert Preissl is Professor at the department of Pharmacy and Biochemistry at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. His research focuses on fetal magnetoencephalography (fMEG) and eating related processes. see biography

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  • Tel-Aviv University, Israel, Talma Hendler Website
- Dr Talma Hendler is Professor of psychiatry and psychology at Tel Aviv University and the founding director of the tel Aviv Center for Brain Functions at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center. Professor Hendler holds an MD from Tel Aviv University and a PhD from SUNY at Stony Brook, NY. Currently serves as the Tel Aviv University's representative on the Israel-Center Of Research Excellence (I-Core) for cognitive studies steering committee. see profile
  • University of Coimbra, Portugal, Miguel Castelo-Branco Website
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  • Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany, Nikolaus Weiskopf Website

- Nikolaus Weiskopf, principal investigator in work package 2 of BRAINTRAIN, is physicist and neuroscientist developing novel magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods for understanding of the human brain. see biography




  • King’s College London, United Kingdom, Jennifer Lau Website

- Jennifer Lau is the partner from KCL where she is Reader in Developmental Psychopathology. see biography

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  • Brain Innovation, The Netherlands, Rainer Goebel Website
  • Twente University, The Netherlands, Fred van Houten Website
  • Thales Nederland, The Netherlands, Johan de Heer Website
  • University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Dr Kathrin Cohen Kadosh Website

- Dr Cohen Kadosh is a lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Surrey and co-director of the REDD lab (Researching Emotional Disorders and Development) at the University of Oxford. see biography

- Catharina Zich is a research assistant at the University of Oxford. see biography

  • Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, Israel, Dr Talma Hendler Website



- Dr Niklas Ihssen is a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the Durham University, United Kingdom. see biography

- Dr. Maartje Spetter is a Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham, and mainly works on a BBSRC funded project which investigates the interactions between metabolic, cognitive and reward processes in appetite at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. see biography



 BRAINTRAIN's consortium, October 2016 (Coimbra, Portugal)