Sherrington Memorial Lecture: 21st century neurophysiology: Would Sherrington be shocked by non-invasive brain stimulation of human brains?
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John Rothwell presents the Sherrington Memorial Lecture on the topic of non-invasive brain stimulation. Centring his talk around the question ‘Would Sherrington be shocked by non-invasive stimulation of human brains?’, he covers the history and recent developments of this practice and looks in to the research of brain reaction and function.
This lecture was part of an event called ‘Sherrington Memorial Lecture by professor John Rothwell and President's inaugural address’ at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 25th September 2014
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