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Self-reported physical fatigue correlates with activation of the cerebellum during a non-fatiguing precision grip task - Preliminary fMRI results from a multimodal study on fatigue in Multiple sclerosis

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  1. Accurate Anatomical Head Segmentations: A Data Set for Biomedical Simulations

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  2. Automated and Robust Segmentation of the Human Head Anatomy

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  3. Interview: Cortical lesions in Multiple sclerosis - A 7T MRI study

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  4. Interview: 7T MRI and multiple sclerosis

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  5. Lecture: Frontoparietal TMS-EEG: transcranially versus peripherally induced brain responses

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  6. Lecture: Targeting cortical oscillations with EEG-informed TMS

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  7. Lecture: Brain atrophy in MS – current understanding of the consequences

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Olivia M Reinhold Svolgaard - Lecturer

Kasper Winther Andersen - Lecturer

Christian Bauer - Lecturer

Kristoffer H Madsen - Lecturer

Morten Bjørn Blinkenberg - Lecturer

Finn Thorup Sellebjerg - Lecturer

Hartwig Roman Siebner - Lecturer

14 Nov 2015

Event (Conference)

TitleFatigue und MS: Pathogenese und Behandlung
Date14/11/2015 → …
Location
CityDelmenhorst
Country/TerritoryGermany
Degree of recognitionInternational event

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