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Trailblazer Award

Trailblazer Award Nomination

Boes recognized for work likely to impact fundamental understanding of neurology

Lesion Network Mapping

Scientific American

The imposter syndrome:

The Man Who Mistook His Wife for an Imposter

‘You’re Not My Wife, You’re an Impostor’

Love interrupted

Lesions Connected to Two Brain Areas May Cause Delusional Misidentification

A Mental Disorder Might Be Caused by Brain Injury

An open letter concerning do‐it‐yourself users of transcranial direct current stimulation

Caution, May Backfire: Neuroscientists’ Open Letter To DIY Brain Hackers

Non-Surgical Brain Stimulation Shows Promise, but Unknowns Remain

Researchers caution public about hidden risks of self-administered brain stimulation

Self-Administered Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation May Pose Serious Risk

Dangers of do-it-yourself brain stimulation: an interview with Dr Michael D. Fox

Lesion network localization of criminal behavior

Lesion network localization of criminal behavior

Can brain lesions contribute to criminal behavior?

Mapping brain lesions for clues to criminal behavior


Psychology Today: Harvard Study Decrypts the Ancient Mystery of Consciousness

Science Alert: Harvard Scientists Think They’ve Pinpointed The Physical Source of Consciousness

Big Think: Harvard researchers have found the source of human consciousness

University Herald: Harvard Research Has Discovered Where The Consciousness Is

Collective Evolution: Harvard Scientists Think They’ve Pinpointed The Physical Source Of Consciousness

Nature World News: Eureka! ‘Human Consciousness’ Mystery Solved by Breakthrough Study

ZMScience: The seat of consciousness might lie in two brain regions. Stimulating them could wake up patients from coma

Ideapod: Harvard Scientists Think They’ve Pinpointed the Physical Source of Consciousness

Futurism: Harvard May Have Pinpointed the Source of Human Consciousness

Buzzworthy: Harvard Researchers May Have Located the Source of Human Consciousness

A human brain network derived from coma-causing brainstem lesions

Mapping Symptoms to Brain Networks with the Human Connectome