Welcome to Si-BIN Lab
The lab takes its originis from the previous Brain Stimulation and Evoked Potentials Lab, founded by Simone Rossi in 1996 and by the Neurophysiology Lab of prof.Alessandro Rossi, who now leads the Unit of Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology and the Department. In more recent years, Emiliano Santarnecchi, now co-director of the SI-BIN, widened the fields of studies and investigantions of the lab to neuroimaging procedures, neuroenhancement and multimodal investigantion of cognitive functions. So our current main interest and topics cover multimodally all aspects of brain functions (in the health and disease), brain stimulation, neuromodulation, and neuroimaging.
We use noninvasive brain stimulation to gain novel insights into the human brain and mind. Our work has been fundamental in modulation human functionals connectivity by using noninvasive brain stimulation to create the field of therapeutic.
We are committed to provide education and training on the use of noninvasive brain stimulation for both clinical practice and research.
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Research by the University of Kent into the effects of brain stimulation on athletes' performance has demonstrated that it is an effective way to improve