Jason Neva completed his BSc and MSc in Kinesiology and Health Science at York University and his PhD in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo. His MSc focused on aspects of behavioural motor learning and his PhD investigated how brain activity is modulated due to two-handed (bimanual) motor training and brain stimulation using TMS. In the Brain Behaviour Lab at UBC, Jason uses multiple neuroimaging techniques to understand the underlying neural mechanisms that are modulated due to skilled motor behaviour, brain injury (e.g. stroke) and other neurological disorders. Jason has two related overall research interests: (1) to understand how skilled motor learning, multisensory integration and non-invasive cortical stimulation effect neuroplasticity in the central nervous system and (2) how this understanding of neuroplasticity can positively alter brain activity and motor function following stroke and other neurological disorders.