Craig McAllister


Accepting PhD Students

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Craig McAllister has a passionate interest in understanding the neural mechanisms of human movement in both healthy and disease states. His current research utilises a combination of non-invasive brain stimulation techniques and neuroimaging methods to understand the role of rhythmic brain activity in motor and cognitive processes.

Dr McAllister welcomes applications from potential post-graduate researchers in the research areas:

Human movement
Oscillatory brain activity
Non-invasive brain stimulation
Perception-action coupling


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