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We would like to congratulate Caroline Nettekoven on her recent successful DPhil viva!

Her thesis “The role of cerebellar GABA in adaptation” examined mechanisms of cerebellar plasticity in motor adaptation and learning in healthy individuals. Her work combined neuroimaging (MRI, MRSI) with non-invasive brain stimulation techniques (tDCS) and computational modelling to study and modulate these processes.


Caro is now a postdoc in the Speech and Brain Lab in Oxford working with Kate Watkins. She will soon move to a postdoctoral position in the Brain Mapping Unit at the University of Cambridge and at the Alan Turing Institute in London.