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Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf, Germany
Overseas

Franka Rossel

Working in:

  • Biomechanics
  • Data science and biomarkers
  • Other

Researching for my Master Thesis in the clinical field, I am interested to learn more about endogenous pain modulation and pain neuroscience and technologies in general. I want to explore brain mechanisms of motivation and learning in context of pain stimuli. For the decision which pain stimuli I want to use for my study and how to oberserve the reaction, I am eager to learn more about brain monitoring and core technologies. Furthermore, I am doing an internship in the field of Biomarkers and data science, working with EEG.

St George’s, University of London

Rahul Shah

Working in:

  • Invasive brain or spinal stimulation
  • Invasive recording systems
  • Data science and biomarkers

NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Neurosurgery developing human pain electrophysiology research programme exploiting externalised DBS and SCS recordings.

Welsh school of Anaesthesia, Welsh Pain Society

Mina Saad

Working in:

  • Other

I am a specialist registrar in Anaesthesia with a special interest in chronic pain.

King’s College London

Samira Cutts

Working in:

  • Non-invasive brain stimulation

PhD Candidate. I work in translational research, investigating the use of non invasive brain stimulation in clinical practice, with a focus on chronic pain management.

Hampshire Wellbeing Centre

Stephanie Cain

Working in:

  • Peripheral stimulation

No current research

University of Oxford

Rachel Crockett

Working in:

  • Invasive brain or spinal stimulation
  • Neurofeedback
  • Virtual reality

Identifying the use of neuromodulation and neurofeedback therapies to treat chronic pain.

Center for Neuroscience Imaging Center | South Korea
Overseas

Saeri Park

Working in:

  • Computational and dynamical brain models

I will research chronic pain mechanisms using fibromyalgia patients’ fMRI data. I’m going to do network analysis and discover novel findings about chronic pain mechanisms. Also, I want to differentiate spontaneous pain from pain caused by external stimuli in chronic patients.

Kamuzu University of Health Sciences, Lilongwe, MALAWI
Overseas

Pempho Carol Katanga

Working in:

  • Prosthetics and robotics
  • Pumps and infusion devices
  • Digital Health
  • Non-invasive brain stimulation
  • Peripheral stimulation
  • Neurofeedback
  • Virtual reality
  • Data science and biomarkers
  • Other

I am a Registered Nurse and Midwife interested in chronic disease management, especially non-communicable diseases. I am also interested in acute care, trauma, clinical care processes and outcomes, public health, nursing in general, healthcare education, symptom management, patient involvement, patient support, healthcare technologies, and quality improvement in healthcare.

University College London

Tuankasfee Hama

Working in:

  • Digital Health
  • Data science and biomarkers

My research mainly focuses on healthcare data and machine learning. I use Deep learning to create a model for outcome prediction.