The Charles Wolfson Clinical Research Facility

The Charles Wolfson Clinical Research Facility is a suite of offices and clinical laboratories geared to study the neurophysiological underpinnings of neurological disorders, like Parkinson’s disease, Tremor and Stroke, and of cognitive health. It was funded by the Charles Wolfson Foundation and the National Institute of Health Research Oxford Biomedical Research Centre.

The available facilities include EEG and EMG recordings, transcranial magnetic brain stimulation, alternating and direct current stimulation, eye movement recordings and a robotic upper limb interface.

The Facility is multidisciplinary, being used by engineers, imaging scientists, psychologists and clinicians.

The facility is supervised by Professor Peter Brown and currently serves three large research groups:

And three smaller research groups led by:

The Charles Wolfson Clinical Research Facility can be contacted by email: Maria.Broennum@ndcn.ox.ac.uk or by phone: 01865 572490.

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