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DPhil Student Ainslie passes her DPhil viva!

We would like to congratulate Ainslie Johnstone on her recent successful DPhil viva!

Ainslie's thesis studied the role of inhibition in the human motor system.  Her work combined non-invasive brain stimulation techniques (TMS, tDCS and tACS) to study and perturb motor learning. The final section of her thesis investigated the effect of the GABAB agonist baclofen on motor learning.

Ainslie has recently started a postdoctoral position at UCL in London, working with Sven Bestmann and Nick Ward.

Links to some of Ainslie's work are below: