MentorInnen

Mina Jamshidi Idaji

Mina Jamshidi Idaji

Mentorin
Max-Planck-Institut für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften, Leipzig
Forschungsinteressen: • brain network analysis • linear and non-linear interactions in • electrophysiological signals • Brain Computer Interface (BCI) • (blind) source separation • multilinear methods in machine learning
Rachel Zsido

Rachel Zsido

Mentorin
Max-Planck-Institut für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften, Leipzig
Forschungsinteressen: • hormonal transition states and implications for brain structure, cognition, emotional well-being • depression susceptibility and resilience • sex hormones, menstrual cycle, premenstrual dysphoric disorder • multimodal neuroimaging (MRI, PET, EEG)
Alexandra Tinnermann

Alexandra Tinnermann

Mentorin
Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf
Forschungsinteressen: • pain perception in humans using fMRI • cognitive modulation of pain perception and its representation in the entire central nervous system

 

Alumni

Pau Aceituno

Pau Aceituno

Alumni (0-Year-Student)
Forschungsinteressen: • theoretical neuroscience • machine learning • graph theory • random matrices
Rasmus Bruckner

Rasmus Bruckner

Alumni (0-Year-Student)
Forschungsinteressen: • learning and decision making under uncertainty • development and application of computational cognitive models
Cristina Gonzalez-Liencres

Cristina Gonzalez-Liencres

Alumni (Mentorin)
Max Planck School of Cognition
Research interests: • consciousness • social cognition • psychiatry with a focus on psychosis
Daniel E. Heinz

Daniel E. Heinz

Alumni (0-Year-Student)
Forschungsinteressen: • Janus-faced role of the endogenous cannabinoid system in fear, reward regulation and cognition • mouse models combined with molecular assays, pharmacological tools and sophisticated behavioral tests • consequences of selective alterations in endocannabinoid levels
Alex Hernández-García

Alex Hernández-García

Alumni (0-Year-Student)
Forschungsinteressen: • learning with deep neural networks • brain-inspired machine learning • cognitive computational neuroscience • visual perception
Tina Huang

Tina Huang

Alumni (Mentorin)
Forschungsinteressen: • source memory • metacognition • processing fluency • implicit-explicit distinction
Kai Kiwitz

Kai Kiwitz

Alumni (0-Year-Student)
Forschungsinteressen: • investigating the resemblance between expert and machine driven biomedical image segmentation • structural and functional properties of the human visual system • high-resolution cytoarchitectonic brain mapping in big data sets • machine learning applications for biomedical image segmentation
Andrea Knop

Andrea Knop

Alumni (0-Year-Studentin)
Forschungsinteressen: • developmental psychobiology • childhood adversity • neural plasticity • plastic reorganization • sensitive periods of brain development
Jennifer Kosubek-Langer

Jennifer Kosubek-Langer

Alumni (0-Year-Studentin)
Forschungsinteressen: • mechanisms underlying neuronal and cognitive plasticity in the adult brain • combination of molecular and imaging techniques with behavioral data to understand the neural control of birdsong • neuronal circuits and gene networks involved in vocal learning and language acquisition
Bettina Mieth

Bettina Mieth

Alumni (0-Year-Studentin)
Forschungsinteressen: • combination of computer science, mathematics and statistics to interpret biological data • development, implementation and application of artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques • analysis of sequential data, specifically genetic and transcriptional data
Esther Mühlbauer

Esther Mühlbauer

Alumni (0-Year-Studentin)
Forschungsinteressen: • ambulatory assessment • bipolar disorders • eHealth/mHealth • digital phenotyping
Beate Mühlroth

Beate Mühlroth

Alumni (0-Year-Studentin)
Forschungsinteressen: • interplay of sleep and memory in the aging brain • mechanisms causing normal age-related and pathological memory decline • different neuroimaging methods like EEG, polysomnography (PSG), and MRI with behavioral memory paradigms
Sophia Rekers

Sophia Rekers

Alumni (0-Year-Studentin)
Forschungsinteressen: • spatial navigation and virtual reality in neuropsychology • neurorehabilitation • clinical and cognitive neuroscience
Ann-Kathrin Rogge

Ann-Kathrin Rogge

Alumni (Mentorin)
Forschungsinteressen: • brain plasticity due to physical exercise and sensory deprivation • vestibular contributions to cognition
Rachele Sanfelici

Rachele Sanfelici

Alumni (0-Year-Studentin)
Forschungsinteressen: • surface-based neuroanatomical brain patterns in psychiatric disorders • personalized prognostic tools using machine learning • international validation of multivariate predictive models
Armin Thomas

Armin Thomas

Alumni (0-Year-Student)
Forschungsinteressen: • machine learning and cognitive neuroscience • utilizing deep learning methods to analyze neuroimaging data
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