Success at SfN

The Birmingham Learning and Memory Group has a strong presence at this year's SfN meeting, the biggest neuroscience meeting in the world (with >28.000 attendants). Overall, 8 posters and talks from the labs of Dr. Wimber and Dr Hanslmayr are being presented. The posters/talks cover our research in the dynamic processes of memory retrieval, synchronization and desynchronization processes during memory formation, alpha oscillatory processes during visual search, and modulating memory performance via oscillatory brain stimulation. Methods range from fMRI, EEG/MEG, intracranial EEG, tACS, and behavioral experiments.