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Prof Peter Brown demonstrates transcranial magnetic stimulation
Prof Peter Brown demonstrates transcranial magnetic stimulation

On 16th April 2013 Oxford Neuroscience hosted a visit from London A-Level Students in partnership with Generating Genius.

Generating Genius works alongside a wide range of partner schools and universities, with hundreds of high-achieving children and young people from challenging backgrounds where there has been no tradition of entry to higher education. Through their personalised support programmes, they aim to enable at least 90 per cent of participants to win places at elite Russell Group universities.

The day included a number of interactive neuroscience activities including a fascinating demonstration of transcranial magnetic stimulation which is used in the treatment of a number of CNS disorders and a hands-on lab demonstration at the Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour.

For further information visit Generating Genius