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24 September 2018, Maastricht, Netherlands:
Symposium on neurofeedback and other innovative neurotechnologies in mental health.
Target audience: Clinicians, clinical researchers, healthcare organisations, patient and carer organisations
More details to follow soon

New job vacancy

Please see below job advert from Oxford University. If you are interested in further details or wish to apply please go here

Part-time Research Assistant in Experimental Psychology

Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford

Grade 6: £28,098 - £33,518 p.a. (pro rata)

Part-time Research Assistant in Experimental Psychology

Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford

Grade 6: £28,098 - £33,518 p.a. (pro rata)

A part-time research assistant position is available for a highly motivated graduate to integrate into a team of researchers investigating the suitability of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)-based neuro-feedback for teaching adolescents to enhance emotion regulation circuits in a real-time setting.
The role of the research assistant will be to oversee the day-to-day implementation of the project including the recruitment and scheduling of participants and the acquisition of behavioural and neuroimaging data, and assisting the laboratory head with health and safety.
This is a part-time position (0.5 FTE), fixed-term for 6 months. Starting date is immediate.
Candidates should have a good first degree in a psychology or neuroscience-related discipline and experience working with children and adolescents would be advantageous. As well as excellent communication and IT skills you should be enthusiastic, well-motivated, and be able to work independently and part of a collaborative research team.
For informal enquiries about the job, please contact Dr K Cohen Kadosh (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).
Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on 9 May 2018, with interviews being held on the 15 May 2018.

  

rtFIN 2017, Nara, Japan (Nov 29- Dec 1)

The 3rd International real-time functional imaging and neurofeedback conference has an excellent programme and a broad international attendance: http://rtfin2017.atr.jp/

Several BRAINTRAIN consortium members are presenting talks and posters, and Professor Talma Hendler is giving one of the keynote lectures.  The photo shows BRAINTRAIN members in the traditional Japanese garden of the conference venue.

rtFIN2017 web

Newsletter #7

The latest issue of the BRAINTRAIN Newsletter (October 2017) is now available here, coinciding with Braintrain Annual Meeting 2017 in Leipzig.

Newsletter #6

The latest issue of the BRAINTRAIN Newsletter (June 2017) is now available here.

BRAINTRAIN at WSMD2017

David Linden (Cardiff University), coordinator of BRAINTRAIN, will present the project at the Workshop on Schizophrenia and other Mental Disorders 2017 (WSMD2017) hosted by the University of Pisa on June 15th-16th, 2017.

WSMD2017 will gather all FP7 projects funded under the call HEALTH.2013.2.2.1-2: Development of effective imaging tools for diagnosis, monitoring and management of mental disorders to share their results and discuss further common steps in their research.

This workshop is supported by EU DG for Research and Innovation (HEALTH) and by the Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI). The coordinators of the IMI projects funded in the same field will also participate in the workshop.

More info and detailed agenda are available here.

Find here the newsletter from WSMD 2017 workshop.

Brain computer interfaces and neurofeedback blog

Below is the link to the Blog from the Organisation for Human Brain Mapping media team about Brain computer interfaces and neurofeedback:

https://medium.com/@neuroccino/brain-computer-interfaces-for-neurological-patients-tools-to-support-rehabilitation-and-f90a78222192