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.
A primer for clinically-oriented individuals is now available in Neuroimaging Clinics of North America: http://bit.ly/2haQGbn
Dr. Medaglia is pleased to accept a tenure track position and begin as Assistant Professor of Psychology at Drexel University September 2017. Dr. Medaglia anticipates mentoring graduate students starting September 2018; inquiries welcome. Please send correspondence to email@example.com
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Come speak with John M at Poster LLL10 at SfN from 1-5pm on 11/16/2016!
John Medaglia will speaking on how the independence of BOLD signals from underlying structural networks is advantageous for cognitive switching at FENS conference "New Insights into Psychiatric Disorders through Computational, Biological and Developmental Approaches" in late September in Copenhagen, Denmark. Details to follow!
John Medaglia joins the University of Pennsylvania as Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology in affiliation with the Laboratory for Cognition and Neural Stimulation!
John Medaglia to present on brain state flexibility in neurodevelopment and network-based identification of pathology in corticobasal syndrome at SfN!
John Medaglia is selected as one of the 2015 NIH Director's Early Independence Award recipients. This award will fund five years of research aimed to integrate cognitive neurorehabilitation with cognitive network neuroscience and systems engineering.