Adjunct Faculty Members

Klaus Gramann

Klaus Gramann

Research interests: • neural basis of spatial cognition • neural basis of embodiment • brain imaging • mobile brain imaging • EEG
Lucia Melloni

Lucia Melloni

Research interests: • neural mechanisms of consciousness • structure of subjective experience • interplay between perception and memory • neural mechanisms by which the brain predictively controls perception and cognition
Nicolas Schuck

Nicolas Schuck

Research interests: • decision making • reinforcement learning • neural networks • functional MRI
Manuel Spitschan

Manuel Spitschan

Research interests: • mechanisms underlying circadian photoreception in humans (non-visual effects of light) • signal integration and circadian rhythms in visual function
Mariya Toneva

Mariya Toneva

Research interests: • language processing • memory • computational modeling • task-dependent processing • semantics • multimodality • neuroimaging • ecologically valid experiments
Sofie L. Valk

Sofie L. Valk

Research interests: • gene-environment interactions • brain organisation • social cognition • transdiagnostic models • lifespan
Veronica Witte

Veronica Witte

Research interests: • impact of diet and lifestyle on brain structure and function • population neuroimaging • gut-microbiome-brain axis • cognitive aging • obesity and the brain • human interventional studies • genetic factors and gene-environment interactions • (micro-)structure of the hippocampus • structural imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, functional MRI & connectivity

Copyright of Veronica Witte’s photo: Gildemeister Fotografie/Universität Leipzig

External Adjunct Faculty Members

Claudine Gauthier

Claudine Gauthier

Research interests: • quantitative MRI • vascular imaging • metabolic Imaging • functional MRI • aging • cardiovascular disease • stroke
Daniel Margulies

Daniel Margulies

Research interests: • human cortical organization • functional connectivity • cross-species comparative connectivity • higher-order cognition
Smadar  Ovadia-Caro

Smadar Ovadia-Caro

Research interests: • neuroplasticity and brain organization • reorganization in response to pathological states such as stroke • individual cortical adaptability • fMRI connectivity • spatial and temporal features of on-going brain signals
Christopher Steele

Christopher Steele

Research interests: • training-related neuroplasticity • electrophysiological bases of motor control • cerebellar function, structure, and connectivity • white matter connectional architecture • quantitative assessment of stroke-related white matter disconnection • quantitative and physiologically-specific MRI • functional dynamics of the brain • image segmentation and registration
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