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Tomas Ros

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  • www.tomasros.com
  • Department of Fundamental Neurosciences, University of Geneva
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Editorships

Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

Topic Editor

2014 - 2015(a year)

International Journal of Psychophysiology

Special Issue Editor

2013 - 2014(a year)

Recent publications

  • Effect of a single early EEG neurofeedback training on remediation of spatial neglect in the acute phase

    • Saj A
    • Ros T
    • Michela A
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  • Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews EEG neurofeedback for executive functions in children with neurodevelopmental challenges ( Protocol )

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    • Cl R
    • Arns M
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Professional experience

www.tomasros.com

Department of Fundamental Neurosciences, University of Geneva

January 2012 - Present

Postdoctoral Fellow

Lawson Research Institute, University of Western Ontario

November 2010 - December 2011(a year)

Education

Physics BSc

Imperial College London

January 1998 - January 2001(3 years)

Psychology PhD

Goldsmiths, University of London

Neuroscience MSc

Université de Strasbourg 1 - Louis Pasteur University

About

During my PhD at University of London, I used transcranial magnetic stimulation to probe for the plastic effects of neurofeedback, showing for the first time cortical excitability changes directly after a training session (Ros et al 2010, Eur J Neuro). For my postdoc I worked at the University of Western Ontario, uncovering a neurofeedback protocol that positively correlated with reductions in mind-wandering, together with enhanced functional connectivity in a key cognitive control network (Ros et al 2013, Neuroimage). This led to the first translational study investigating its impact on patients with PTSD, revealing a positive effect on well-being and a plastic modulation of salience/default-mode networks (Kluetsch et al 2014, Acta Psych Scandinavica). I am presently based at the University of Geneva, where I am investigating the impact of neurofeedback on neurological and psychiatric disorders (Ros et al 2014, Front Human Neuro), within the framework of critical brain dynamics (Ros et al 2016, Cereb Cortex).

Groups

Co-authors (106)