Media Appearances

Senior Researcher Henrik Lundell mentioned in Kristeligt Dagblad
has recently been granted euro 1.5 million, DKK 11 mill, from the European Research Council.
With MRI and specific exercises, Professor Carl-Johan Boraxbekk at DRCMR does research on how older persons can sharpen the brain for a long and healthy aging - and maybe delay dementia.
Talking about Home Ground Advantages.
The key is to map disease-specific fingerprints in the patient's brain
Postdoctoral Researcher David Meder has been part of the group investigating what happens in the brain when we make decisions.
In research published this week in Cerebral Cortex, DRCMR researchers were able to decode which sound a person is listening to by analysing his or her brain activity patterns.
Senior Researcher Ellen Garde was on Danish P1 radio to talk about healthy ageing and the three pillars for maintaining a healthy brain throughout life.
The reward system is activated once christmas is getting close.
Continuing interest in the lying brain: Ayna Baladi Nejad & Natalia Gadek were again interviewed about lying. This time in Søndagsavisen Vestegnen.
Ayna Baladi Nejad and Natalia Gadek were interviewed in MetroXpress about lying. 
Professor Hartwig Siebner explained on Danmarks Radio how electrical current to the brain is not only beneficial for people suffering from depression, but also has a boosting effect on healthy persons.
On the 26th of October Senior Researcher Anke Karabanov was interviewed in Søndagsavisen about how to avoid the well known winther depression.
“A melancholic autumn night” was the topic of this year’s culture night arrangement at Medical Museion as researchers, novelists and Museion staff invited visitors on a nocturnal journey to discover the brain, melancholia and sleep.
Senior Researcher Ellen Garde was on GO'Morgen Denmark giving advices on how to get you brain to "sweat"
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