I am currently looking for potential post doctorate candidates who would be interested in applying to the Marie Curie schemes, which would fund a European/Non-European fellow to work with me in Birmingham for 2 years with a highly competitive salary. The application deadline is August 2013.
Potential postgraduate students should email me to discuss funding opportunities.
Schlerf J, Galea J.M, Bastian A.J & Celnik P. Dynamic modulation of cerebellar excitability for abrupt, but not gradual visuomotor adaptation (2012). Journal of Neuroscience 32(34):11610-7. 32(34):11610-7.
Galea J.M*, Bestmann S*, Beigi M, Jahanshahi M & Rothwell J.C. Action reprogramming in Parkinson’s disease: response to prediction errors is modulated by levels of dopamine (2012). Journal of Neuroscience 32(2):542-50. 32(2):542-50.
Cantarero G, Galea J.M, Ajagbe L, Salas R, Willis J & Celnik P. Disrupting the Ventral Premotor Cortex Interferes with the Contribution of Action Observation to Use-dependent Plasticity (2011) . Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23(12):3757-66.
Holland R, Leff A.P, Joseph O, Galea J.M, Mahalekshmi D, Price C.J, Rothwell J.C & Crinion J. Left frontal anodal tDCS elicits reduced neural activity in Broca’s area and faster naming responses (2011). Current Biology 21(16):1403-7.
Jayaram G, Galea J.M, Bastian A.J & Celnik P. Human locomotor adaptive learning is proportional to depression of cerebellar excitability (2011). Cerebral Cortex 21(8):1901-9.
Galea J.M, Vazquez A, Pasricha N, Orban de Xivry J.J & Celnik P. Dissociating the roles of the cerebellum and motor cortex during adaptive learning: the motor cortex retains what the cerebellum learns (2011). Cerebral Cortex 21(8):1761-70.
Galea J.M*, Albert N.B*, Dyte T & Miall R.C. Theta-burst TMS to the DLPFC facilitates the consolidation of procedural skills (2010). Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22(6):1158-68. .
Galea J.M, Jayaram G, Ajagbe L & Celnik P. Modulation of cerebellar excitability by polarity-specific non-invasive direct current stimulation (2009). Journal of Neuroscience 29:9115-22
Galea J.M & Celnik P. Brain polarization enhances the formation and retention of motor memories (2009). Journal of Neurophysiology 102: 294-301.