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    Dr Jade Jackson

    University Position
    Research Associate


    I use a combination of neurostimulation (TMS) and neuroimaging (fMRI/MEG) techniques to: 1) examine the selection and representation of task-relevant information in the human brain 2) investigate causal links between the information we read out from the brain with neuroimaging and cognition and behaviour (using concurrent TMS-fMRI) 3) improve practical applications of concurrent neurostimulation and neuroimaging techniques

    Key Publications

    Concurrent neuroimaging and neurostimulation reveals a causal role for dlPFC in coding of task-relevant information.

    Journal: Commun Biol
    E-pub date: 17 May 2021
    Authors: JB Jackson, E Feredoes, AN Rich, M Lindner, A Woolgar