EPSRC DTP PhD scholarship (awarded to Chris Turner), “Development of a real-time LORETA BCI system with a non-invasive brain stimulation priming stage to enhance the efficacy of EEG-BCI“, role: PhD Co-supervisor (3.5 years).
ScotPEN Wellcome Engagement award, Wellcome Trust, “Aging With Impact”, role: Principal Investigator, £14,990 (2 years).
ESRC 1+3 PhD studentship. “Investigating the suitability of neurofeedback to improve post-stroke fatigue“, role: PhD Co-supervisor (4 years).
Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship, Wellcome Trust, “Brain Rhythms in Altered Vision After Stroke“, role: Research Fellow (PI), £289,608 (4 years).
Chief Scientist Office (CSO) Catalytic Research Grant, “Brain Rhythms in Altered Vision After Stroke”, role: named Research Associate, £24,139 (6 months).
Guarantors of Brain, to support presentation at Vision Sciences Society conference, Florida, “Age-related changes in the hemispheric lateralisation of pre-stimulus alpha“, £800.
British Neuropsychological Society, to support attendance at the Federation of the European Societies of Neuropsychology (FENS) Summer School in Berlin, £400.
Experimental Psychology Society / BrainVision, to support attendance at the Best Practice in EEG and TMS Research workshop, University of Kent, £100.
British Association of Clinical Linguistics, to support presentation at the BACL conference, University of Newcastle, “Sentence comprehension and memory load in aphasia: The role of interference in sentence processing“, £200.
Experimental Psychology Society, to support presentation at the EPS conference, University of Lancaster, “Sentence comprehension and memory load in aphasia: The role of interference in sentence processing“, £500.
College of Science & Engineering PhD Scholarship, University of Glasgow, ~£13,500 per annum. Role: PhD student (3.5 years).