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The Capital Region of Denmark - a part of Copenhagen University Hospital
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Expertises

Cognitive Neuroscience; Neural Control of Movement; Non-invasive Brain Stimulation; Neural Plasticity; Skill Learning

Main research areas

I work at the intersection between basic motor control and higher cognitive processes. Particularly, I am interested in improving hand-eye and hand-hand coordination, exploring brain plasticity as a result of learning or noninvasive brain stimulation and in the relationship between body movement and consciousness.

 

To investigate these questions I use brain mapping techniques like fMRI and EEG and non-invasive brain stimulation techniques such as TMS and TDCS.

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Current research

  • Inter-hemispheric communication supporting bimanual motor control
  • Tracing and predicting the acquisition of laparoscopic surgical skills
  • State-dependent non-invasive brain stimulation  

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