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Research interests

Josh is interested in the effects of physical exercise and non-invasive brain stimulation on neuroplasticity and cognitive function. His research explores how these approaches can be applied to harness neuroplasticity and improve various facets of learning/memory (e.g. declarative memory and motor skill learning). To address these questions, he utilises different forms of neuroimaging (i.e. MR spectroscopy, fMRI, EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation, and exercise physiology techniques (e.g. indirect calorimetry).

Education/Academic qualification

Cognitive Neuroscience, PhD, Monash University

Mar 2015Jan 2021

Psychology, Graduate Diploma, Deakin University


Psychology, Bachelor of Science, University of Melbourne


Research area keywords

  • Neuroplasticity
  • learning and memory
  • physical exercise
  • Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation
  • Neuroimaging