Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience
© Matthieu Gafsou / EPFL 2019
Brain stimulation improves motor skill learning at older age
Non-invasive brain stimulation can restore optimal motor skill acquisition in people with diminished learning capabilities, e.g. due to age. The study was carried out by scientists at EPFL.
Members of the Blanke Lab attended OHBM 2022 conference
Several members of the Blanke Lab were in Glasgow (UK) to attend the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) 2022 Annual Meeting, that took place from 19th – 23rd of June!
Nathalie Meyer won the Doc.Mobility EPFL grant – Congratulations!
Congratulations to Nathalie Meyer! The Doc.Mobility EPFL grant will allow Nathalie to spend 6 months at West Virginia University, Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute (WVU-RNI) with the team of Prof. Rezai. From August 2022 until January 2023, Nathalie will work on a project titled ‘Focused ultrasound (FUS) to open the blood-brain barrier in the medial temporal lobe of patients with early Alzheimer’s disease: FUS effects on spatial memory and neuroimaging’.