bestmannlab

Bestmannlab

Bestmannlab

Feb 2020 New paper “Uncoupling sensation and perception in human time processing” accepted in JoCN

Our paper "Uncoupling sensation and perception in human time processing" by Binetti, Tomassini, Friston, Bestmann, is now in press in the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience

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Bestmannlab

Bestmannlab

Jan 2020 Sven will talk at the UK-Japan workshop on pain in Osaka

Sven will visit the Center for Information and Neural Networks (CiNet) to talk about "High-precision neurophysiology of (natural) human movement" at the UK-Japan Pain workshop, in Osaka, Japan http://www.bestmannlab.com/images/uploads/poster.pdf

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Bestmannlab

Octo 2019 OUr lab will be at UCL World Stroke Day

We had a great day at the UCL World Stroke day, with lots of empowering and motivating stories shared and conversations started.

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Bestmannlab

Oct 2019 Welcome to our new post-doc Catharina Zich

Catharina has started her post-doc with wardlab and us, funded by a grant from Brain Research UK. She will work on neurophysiological biomarkers for upper limb recovery in acute stroke...

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Bestmannlab

Sept 2019 Welcome to Lydia Mardell

Welcome to Lydia Mardell who has started her PhD with us, jointly supervised with Prof Nick Ward. Lydia will work on the neurophysiology of recovery in subacute stroke, using novel...

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MRI

Without movement or action, our thoughts would remain silent. Yet how we turn our thoughts into actions remains one of the big questions in neuroscience. Our vision is to understand the neural processes underlying the planning and execution of both healthy and pathological movement.