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Interesting and exciting news from within the Physiological Neuroimaging Group

Welcome to our new students/postdoc!

We welcome four new members to the PiNG group: Ioana, Evan, Marleen and Will!

Magda's paper featured on Neuronline

Magda's recent paper featured on the Society for Neuroscience blog

Visiting Student Receives Travel Grant for Oxford Visit

Visiting student, Andrew M Li, has received a grant to fund his 6-week research internship within the group

John Logan wins Rob Clarke Award

Award recognising excellence in undergraduate physiology research from the Physiological Society.

Emily wins NDCN Public Engagement Award

DPhil Student Emily wins award at the annual Thomas Willis Day

PiNG representation at OHBM 2017

Posters and talks from PiNG Members at the 2017 OHBM meeting in Vancouver, Canada

PiNG Representation at BrainBox 2018

Three PiNG members present at the BrainBox Initiative Conference 2018

The Big Brain Competition

DPhil Student Ainslie has written an article answering questions on motor memory

Charlie Stagg awarded Early Career Researcher’s Prize

Charlie awarded the Sieratzki UK-Israel Early Career Researcher’s Prize from the BNA

Adam Steel wins NIH/OxCam Innovation Award

Adam wins award for his work developing Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging (MRSI) with Charlie Stagg and Uzay Emir

Professorship for Charlotte Stagg

Head of the Physiological Neuroimaging Group recognised by NDCN

PiNG representation at BNA 2017

Posters and talks from PiNG Members at the 2017 Festival of Neuroscience

Emily wins BNA competition for BrainBox Conference

DPhil Student, Emily, wins a BNA competition for tickets to the BrainBox Conference

James receives OHBM Merit Abstract Award

Award given for the 2017 meeting in Vancouver, Canada

Charlie Stagg to give keynote at BACN

Charlie will be giving the keynote lecture at the British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience meeting in Glasgow

Charlie wins WFNR Franz Gerstenbrand Award

World Federation for NeuroRehabilitation award given to Charlie Stagg for work on brain stimulation in chronic stroke

Research featured in Andrew Marr's BBC documentary

Andrew underwent tDCS and physiotherapy in an attempt to improve his motor function

MRC Skills Fellowship for PiNG Collaborator

Caroline Lea-Carnall of Manchester University awarded competitive post-doc

Ainslie & Emily named as Public Engagement Ambassadors

Ainslie and Emily announced as two of the FMRIB/OHBA Public Engagement Ambassadors for 2017

Charlie Stagg awarded Wellcome Trust funding

Funding awarded to develop novel MRS approaches

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