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  • Mackay and Woolrich Fully Professored

    Congratulations to OHBA associate directors Clare Mackay and Mark Woolrich for being awarded professorial titles in the latest Recognition of Distinction exercise at the University of Oxford. Clare Mackay is Professor of Imaging Neuroscience and Mark Woolrich is Professor of Computational Neuroscience. Top Brass!

  • Magnetising OHBA

    OHBA's brand new state-of-the-art 3T MRI scanner arrives (wrapped in pink!) and is installed in its new home with laser sharp precision. The MRI at OHBA will complement the imaging resources at FMRIB to host translational and clinical research into psychiatric and neurological disorders. We are suitably galvanised and raring to research!

  • OHBA Unveiled

    The OHBA contingent was quite surprised when the building was unwrapped last week to show it in full glorious Yellow! A happy colour to host amazing science. And now for the arrival of the MRI scanner.

  • Double dipping for Myers

    Double congratulations are due to Nick Myers. Nick successfully defended his doctoral thesis on “The Role of Cortical Oscillations in the Control and Protection of Visual Working Memory.” Soon after his viva success Nick secured a JRF position at University College in Oxford.

  • Stimulating Grant for Stagg

    Congratulations to Charlie Stagg on receiving an award from the John Fell Fund to establish a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) facility at OHBA. The funds will provide support for essential equipment and personnel. Envisaged projects involve basic and translational research involving collaborations across several Departments. A stimulating package indeed.

  • Hot off the press: WM templates go dynamic

    Nick Myers leads our new study now available online at eLife, which uses multivariate decoding methods in M/EEG to reveal dynamics in working-memory templates guiding perceptual decision making. Our findings show there is more to top-down WM biases than tonic delay activity. Do you agree?