Congratulations to Dr. Elisabeth Friedrich who has just received gender equality funding for a research student over 3 months.
We are very happy to welcome Dr. Carola Romberg-Taylor as a new team member. Carola will run a project looking at the link between intractranial brain recordings in mice and the human EEG.
We welcome Liam Coleman (NUI Galway, Ireland) who will spend the next three months in the lab as a visiting researcher.
Latest manuscript accepted for publication: Minarik, T., Berger, B., Althaus, L., Bader, V., Biebl, B., Brotzeller, F., Fusban, T., Hegemann, J., Jestaedt, L., Kalweit, L., Leitner, M., Linke, F., Nabielska, N., Reiter, T., Schmitt, D., Spraetz, A., & Sauseng, P. (in press). The importance of sample size fort he repoducibility oft DCS effects. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
And another cheerful welcome! This time it is Doris Schmid we are happy to have as a new research student.
We welcome our new members in the group: Dr Elisabeth Friedrich, post-doctoral research fellow, and Eva Lechner, secretary.
Latest manuscript accepted for publication: Berger, B., Minarik, T., Griesmayr, B., Stelzig-Schoeler, R., Aichhorn, W., & Sauseng, P. (in press). Brain oscillatory correlates of altered executive functioning in positive and negative symptomatic schizophrenia patients and healthy controls. Frontiers in Psychology.
Out now: Glennon, M., Keane, M., Elliott, M., & Sauseng, P. (2016). Distributed cortical phase synchronization in the EEG reveals parallel attention and working memory processes involved in the attentional blink. Cerebral Cortex, 26, 2035-2045.
After one and half years as a research student in our group Sofia Finsterwalder is moving on and will join Dr Celine Gillebert (http://www.kuleuven.be/wieiswie/en/person/00049589) at the KU Leuven. Thank you, Sofia, for all your brilliant contributions and work!
Our research unit will contribute to this year's international conference on memory ICOM6 (http://www.icom2016.com) with four oral presentations.
Congratulations to Dr Barbara Berger who was successful with her bid for one of the few super-competitive Marie-Curie-Fellowships in this round. Well done Barbara, the future is yours!!!