The main goal of the Neuronal Oscillations group at the Centre for Human Brain Health is to understand how oscillatory activity shapes the functional architecture of the working brain during cognitive processing. In particular, we are investigating the mechanistic roles of brain oscillations for attention and how they may support other cognitive abilities associated with e.g. memory and reading. We investigate this from a network perspective using MEG, intracranial recordings, computational modelling as well as EEG in combination with fMRI and TMS. The analysis of these data relies on advanced spectral, source modelling and multivariate data analysis approaches. We are currently developing an OPM/MEG system with a focus on paediatric applications. The aim is to investigate how attention mechanisms develop in children and how they may support practical abilities such as reading.