We strive to communicate our work and results to a wide an audience as possible. This involves organising/attending scientific conferences and workshops, presenting our work to the public through lectures and presentations, and encouraging our work to be discussed/highlighted in local, national and international press.
Public lab demonstrations at the University of Birmingham open day (2017): Joe provided demonstrations on a range of lab equipment showing the public how we examine motor learning.
Brain awareness week public lecture (2017):
Joe gave a public lecture entitled: Why can't we tickle ourselves? The neuroscience of prediction. This was a great way to explain the work we do in the lab to a very interested audience who ranged from 16 to 80 years old!
Birmingham Rehabilitation Research Forum (2016):
Our lab was involved in organising this forum for clinical and research staff interested in rehabilitation. This was a great way to discuss our work with clinical staff and patients.