CFIN and Neurophysiology Symposium 2017

CFIN and Neurophysiology Symposium 2017 is an initiative to hold a joint symposium between CFIN and AUH Neurophysiology department, to update each other on the kind of research done at both sites with a view of fostering new collaborations.
The Symposium will be hosted by the Neurophysiology, and the idea is that PIs from both sides give short overviews of the research done by their groups.
The meeting will be open to staff from both sides and to interested researchers in general.


DATE: Wednesday 15 November 2017
TIME: 10.00 - 14.00
PLACE: DNC Auditorium (Palle Juul-Jensen), AUH building 10G, Nørrebrogade 44, Aarhus C.


 

PROGRAM

CFIN/MiB/IMC presentations (5+2 min each) 
10.00 - 11.30: 


Andreas Højlund
Differentiated effects of dopaminergic medication and deep brain stimulation in Parkinson's disease: evidence from MEG recordings

Mikkel Petersen
Neuroimaging methods to improve Deep Brain Stimulation treatment

Jakob Blicher
EEG-based brain-computer interface and robotics in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Josh Skewes
Social robots/social cognition: ERP ideas

Brian Hansen
High Field MRI and microstructural imaging at CFIN

Anete Dudele
Nerve blood flow in diabetic neuropathy in mice

Kim Ryun Drasbek
Extracellular vesicles and miRNA

Elvira Brattico
Brain responses to acoustic features of naturalistic sound environments in normals and special populations

Morten Storm Overgaard
Disorders of consciousness

Martin Dietz
Dissecting the coma spectrum using machine learning

Sarang Dalal
The relationship between retinal and cortical oscillations

Yury Shtyrov
Multimodal imaging of the language function

 

Neurophysiology presentations
11.30 - 13.30 (with  lunch break – on your own from 12.00 - 12.30):


Sandor Beniczky
Epilepsy projects: EMSI and NCSE (15 minutes)

Jesper Jeppesen
Seizure detection (10 minutter)

Hatice Tankisi
Excitability studies, MUNE and polyneuropathy-studies (15 minutes)

Birger Johnsen
Reactivity in coma-patients and ALS (15 minutes)

Erisela Qerama
Ultrasound (15 minutes)

Kirsten Pugdahl
EMG database (10 minutes)

Marit Otto
Sleep studies (10 minutes)

 

General discussion 13.30 - 14.00