Mads Alexander Just Madsen

Email

Tel.

+45 2829 3065

Position

PhD Student

Affiliations

University of Copenhagen

Research Interests

Research Groups

ESTACS Project
Multiple Sclerosis group
Brain Stimulation

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2015

MsC in Human Physiology, University of Copenhagen

2013

BsC in Physical Education, University of Copenhagen

Employments

2017 - Present

PhD Student, DRCMR

2017 - 2017

Research Assistant, DRCMR

2014 - 2017

Teaching Assistant, Department of Nutrition, Sports and Exercise, University of Copenhagen

2015 - 2016

Research Assistant, Neural Control of Movement, University of Copenhagen

Publications

Christiansen, L., Madsen, M. J., Bojsen-Møller, E., Thomas, R., Nielsen, J. B. & Lundbye-Jensen, J. Progressive practice promostes motor learning and repeated transient increases in corticospinal excitability across multiple days. Brain Stimulation. 2017.

Thomas, R., Flindtgaard, M., Skriver, K. C., Geertsen, S. S., Christiansen, L., Korsgaard Johnsen, L., Busk, D. V. P., Bojsen-Møller, E., Madsen, M. A. J., Ritz, C., Roig, M., Lundbye-Jensen, J. Acute Exercise and motor memory consolidation: Does exercise type play a role? Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, Vol. 27, No. 11, 2017, p. 1523-1532.