Associate Professor Jacinta O'Shea is a cognitive neuroscientist and and Sir Henry Dale Fellow at the University of Oxford. She leads the Translational Neurostimulation Laboratory at the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity. Research in the group is particularly focused on non-invasive brain stimulation techniques and their potential to treat brain disorders. The research aims to understand how stimulation works, for whom, and how to make it work better. Research in the group is interdisciplinary, with team members combining cognitive manipulations with neuroimaging and computational techniques to advance research on stroke, depression and medical device development.