Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) have awarded Mark Stokes of the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity a three-year research grant to explore “Temporary connective architectures in mind and brain: role of functional connectivity in working memory”. The principal aim of the project is to model dynamic connectivity patterns within the prefrontal cortex. This project will also bring together a team of international collaborators from Oxford, Princeton, MIT, Wake Forest, Bonn and Bochum. For further details, please contact Mark Stokes.
BBSRC grant awarded to Mark Stokes
26 November 2014