Dr. Medaglia presented an overview talk on Network Neuroscience at the 10-year reunion of the Center for Neuroscience and Society boot camp, a vibrant event linking legal scholars, science advocates, journalists, and academics.
Brooke presented her work on "Personalized Neuromodulation Modulates Executive Control of Attention" at the 2nd annual Carolina Neurostimulation Conference.
The Princeton Envision conference provides a forum to discuss emerging trends in science, technology, and society. On Saturday, December 1st, Dr. Medaglia will present on "Protecting Autonomy in the Era of Neural Control" and on Sunday December 2nd on "Public Moral Attitudes Toward Neuroenhancement".
Dr. Medaglia will speak about "Cognitive Neuroengineering for Executive Control Systems" in an invited lecture to George Mason University's Department of Psychology on Thursday, November 29th.
How does the public view the morality of cognitive optimization used on the self and others? https://tinyurl.com/y7f9a3uh
Aaron Fisher (UC Berkeley), Bertus Jeronimus (U Groningen) and I published an article with a basic empirical demonstration that group data often fail to represent processes in individuals:
along with a press release from Berkeley: http://news.berkeley.edu/2018/06/18/big-data-flaws/
PI Medaglia will present a poster "Network Controllability in the Inferior Frontal Gyrus Relates to Controlled Language Variability and Susceptibility to Neuromodulation" at the NIH's High-Risk/High-Reward Research Symposium at the Double Tree Hotel in Bethesda, MD from 3:10-5PM Weds 6/6/2018 and Thurs 6/7/2018. Come chat about networks, neuromodulation, and language!
John Medaglia will present on "Ceremode: How the Public views Cognitive Repair and Enhancement with Noninvasive Brain Stimulation" at APA's Technology, Mind and Society Conference in Washington DC today at 10:15 AM
We found that the extent to which functional brain signals "sick" to white matter networks is associated with cognitive flexibility.
Now available at Nature Human Behaviour:
Dr. Medaglia will speak about why it's so hard to personalize brain stimulation for cognitive experiments and therapies and how principled approaches from engineering could help. Talk entitled "Realizing personalized noninvasive brain stimulation treatments" in 120 Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building at 4pm on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017.