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Tomas Ros

  • PhD (tomas.ros@unige.ch)
  • Research Fellow
  • Department of Fundamental Neurosciences, University of Geneva
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Research interests

fMRIbrain connectivityneural plasticityneuronal oscillationsEEGbrain computer interfaceneurofeedback

About

During my PhD with John Gruzelier 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 with Ruth Lanius at 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 in collaboration with Patrik Vuilleumier, 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).

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Co-authors (85)

Recent publications

  • Cognitive enhancement by self-regulation of endogenous oscillations with neurofeedback

    • Enriquez Geppert, Stefanie Huster R
    • Ros T
    • Wood G
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  • On assessing neurofeedback effects: should double-blind replace neurophysiological mechanisms?

    • Fovet T
    • Micoulaud-Franchi J
    • Vialatte F
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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)

Professional experience

Research Fellow

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