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Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Overseas

Kshitij Kumar

Working in:

  • Animal models
  • Computational and dynamical brain models
  • Bioelectronics and sensor systems
  • Non-invasive brain stimulation
  • Invasive brain or spinal stimulation
  • Invasive recording systems
  • Data science and biomarkers

I am engaged in the study of the intricate relationship between affective disorders and their associated comorbidities, particularly chronic pain. To delve into this complex interplay, I employ a multi-faceted approach. For human subjects, I utilize behavioral tasks and non-invasive imaging methods to unravel the neural and behavioral foundations of these conditions. When working with animal models, I employ in-house developed, customizable polyimide-based flexible electrodes. These specialized tools enable me to gain deeper insights into the neural underpinnings of these disorders.

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences

Hongyan Zhao

Working in:

  • Animal models
  • Non-invasive brain stimulation
  • Peripheral stimulation
  • Virtual reality

Hongyan earned her MBBS degree and the Master of Medicine degree in China. Then she got her Master of Research degree from Imperial College London. She is currently working as a doctoral researcher at Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and exploring how the brain and spinal cord interact to establish the multi-faceted experience of pain and combining basic and clinical research to explore pain modulation in greater depth.

The Alan Turing Institute

Abhimanyu Roy

Working in:

  • Animal models
  • Computational and dynamical brain models
  • Bioelectronics and sensor systems
  • Prosthetics and robotics
  • Biomechanics
  • Pumps and infusion devices
  • Digital Health
  • Non-invasive brain stimulation
  • Invasive brain or spinal stimulation
  • Peripheral stimulation
  • Neurofeedback
  • Invasive recording systems
  • Virtual reality
  • Data science and biomarkers
  • Optogenetic systems
  • Other

I am a Researcher. I have excellent skills in computer science, biomedical engineering, neuroscience, data science, cancer cell biology, and bioinformatics. Currently, I am working on the CASP15 project, In this project I am working on protein structure prediction with the help of a machine-learning algorithm and also I am working on a neuroscience project at FENS. Previously I have done many thesis and project work in terms of neuroscience with the help of natural language processing, and deep learning. I am also doing my research in cancer biology in an open lab at Cancer Research UK.
My Area of Interest:- Clinical Research in Medicine, Neuroscience, Cell Biology, Cancer Biology, Computer Science and related fields, etc.

King’s College London

Mohua Kibria Mumu

Working in:

  • Animal models
  • Neurofeedback
  • Data science and biomarkers
  • Other

My research focuses on the elucidation of the role of TRPA1 in diabetic neuropathy

Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford

Mohamed Tachrount

Working in:

  • Animal models
  • Data science and biomarkers
  • Other

I’m MR physicist working on developing and optimising MRI techniques on human and animal systems. The aim of one of the projects I’m involved in is the scanning of patients with sciatica to define factors that predict the transition from acute to persistent pain

The University of Sheffield

Freya Bunting

Working in:

  • Animal models
  • Peripheral stimulation

Post-Stroke Pain: Chronic versus Peripheral Mechanisms

King’s College London | London

Silvia Oggero

Working in:

  • Animal models
  • Data science and biomarkers
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University of Bristol

Charlotte Lawrenson

Working in:

  • Animal models
  • Non-invasive brain stimulation
  • Invasive recording systems
  • Optogenetic systems
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University of Sheffield | Sheffield

Milena De Felice

Working in:

  • Animal models
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