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Meret Branscheidt works as an attending physician at the Department for Neurology. Additionally, she completed a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA and has extensive experience in the application of non-invasive brain stimulation techniques (TMS, rTMS, tDCS) and conducting successful clinical trials in acute and chronic stroke populations. Her primary research focus concentrates on plasticity changes and repair mechanisms after stroke and during recovery as well as the neuronal processes underlying motor learning in healthy and diseased participants.
Dr Branscheidt is responsible for the study design of the TMS section of the CRPP and is currently supervising the TMS assessments as well as training early career researchers in conducting and analyzing non-invasive brain stimulation research.