bestmannlab

Behaviour is the expression of movement. We study how we transform the goals of our movement into actual movement, and the processes underpinning recovery of movement after stroke.   

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Funding

Funded Projects

Dunhill Medical Trust (2019-2022). "Does dose-controlled brain stimulation enhance motor rehabilitation in chronic stroke patients?"

Brain Research UK (2018-2020) PI. “Re-opening the critical period for plasticity after stroke with dose-controlled non-invasive brain stimulation”

Wellcome Trust (2017-2022). Co-PI. Wellcome Centre grant application. Reference: 203147/Z/16/Z.

BBSRC (2015-2018). Co-PI. “Non-invasive laminar electrophysiology in humans”

European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant (2011-2016). Principal Investigator. “Action Selection under Contextual Uncertainty: the Role of Learning and Effective Connectivity in the Human Brain.”

BBSRC international partnering award (2011-2015). Principal Investigator. “Establishing a trans-atlantic partnership for studying the neural networks for motor skill learning in the human brain”

Wellcome Trust Post-doctoral Training Fellowship for Clinicians (2015-2019). Simon Little "An investigation into the neurocomputational role of brain oscillations in human motor control for health and disease"

Marie Skłodowska-Curie research Fellowship (2015-2017). Inge Volman. "Emotional Actions"

The Leverhulme Trust (2014-2017). Co-PI. “Novel neurometric measures to discriminate models of speeded decision making”

BBSRC David Phillips Fellowship (2008-2013). Principal Investigator. “Biasing influence on the motor system during action preparation: a multimodal neuroimaging-computationally informed approach.

Sources of funding

Brain Research UK

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)

Wellcome Trust