Congratulations to recent Department of Experimental Psychology alumnus Davide Folloni, who was selected as a finalist for the highly-prestigious Science & PINS Prize for Neuromodulation. His prize paper, Ultrasound neuromodulation of the deep brain: Non-invasive and reversible neuromodulation of deep brain areas and behavior, is based on research he completed for his DPhil dissertation in the department. As a finalist, his Prize Essay has today been published in Science.
Administered by Science and Science Translational Medicine, The Science & PINS Prize is awarded for innovative research that modulates neural activity through physical (electrical, magnetic, optical) stimulation of targeted sites in the nervous system with implications for translational medicine.
Read the full story on the Department of Experimental Psychology website