Johannes J. Mohn

Johannes J. Mohn

Doctoral Candidate
Research interests: • interareal synchronization and top-down control • functional interrogation of interneurons using optogenetic tools • stress and stress-related pathologies in neural network function • neurocognitive development

 

Academic education

since 2020  Doctoral candidate, Max Planck School of Cognition, Leipzig

2019            Master in Mind and Brain, Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2016            Bachelor in English and Philosophy, Freie Universität Berlin

 

Scientific awards and memberships

2012–2019  Full academic scholarship, German Academic Scholarship Foundation
2012              Scheffel Prize, Literary Society/Scheffelbund, Karlsruhe
2011              Winner of the Baden-Württemberg regionals in the History Competition, German Federal President and Körber Foundation

 

Publications

Raffington, L., Czamara, D., Mohn, J. J., Falck, J., Schmoll, V., Heim, C., Binder, E. B., & Shing, Y. L. (2019). Stable longitudinal associations of family income with children’s hippocampal volume and memory persist after controlling for polygenic scores of educational attainment. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 40. doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2019.100720

 

Poster presentations and talks

Mohn, J. J. (2019). Testing the longitudinal links between brain morphology and executive functions in middle childhood: Effects of poverty. Talk at 7th Mind Brain Body Symposium, Berlin.

Mohn, J. J., Raffington, L., Keresztes, A., Heim, C., Shing, Y.L. (2018). Testing the longitudinal links between brain morphology and executive functions in middle childhood with poverty as a moderator. Poster presented at Flux Congress, Berlin.

 

 

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