Monday, 09 July 2018 10:22

11 DRCMR researchers at OHBM 2018

The 2018 organization from Human Brain Mapping

 

The 2018 organization from Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) (https://www.humanbrainmapping.org) meeting was held in a sunny and tropical Singapore from June 17-21. Notably the OHBM meeting was preceded by the 4th Annual Brain Stimulation and Imaging Meeting (BrainSTIM).

The OHBM meeting is a key neuroscience conference that focuses on using advanced neuroimaging and computational techniques to enhance our understanding of the organization and functioning of the human brain in health and disease and across the lifespan. High-level keynote lectures addressed the state of the art concerning the use of neuroimaging in individual prediction of resilience to and risk of disease, causal characterization of brain dynamics and functions, neurodevelopmental underpinnings of neurocognitive processes and self-regulation and basic principles of macro- and micro-scale brain connectivity. Workshops, symposia and poster sessions allowed for an in-depth sharing and discussion of the latest findings and methods.  

The DRCMR was heavily represented with 11 attending researchers, 11 poster presentations, three symposia talks and one keynote lecture at the BrainSTIM meeting. 

Posters:

  1. Saturnino, Assessing the Impact of Conductivity Uncertainties on the Accuracy of TES Electric Field Calculations
  2. Puonti, Poster 2599: Accurate bone segmentation from T1-weighted magnetic resonance images for realistic head modeling
  3. Weise, Localization and uncertainty of TMS effects during motor cortex stimulation
  4. Krohne, Does the corticospinal excitability depend on oscillatory phase of the m-rhythm?
  5. Louise Barüel Johansen: “Sex differences in neural correlates of neuroticism: A longitudinal DTI study in children”
  6. Kathrine Skak Madsen: “Developmental changes in response inhibition linked to white matter maturation”
  7. Madsen, Online EEG phase detection for targeting the phase of cortical oscillations using TMS
  8. Hulme, The Superior Temporal Sulcus and the Reflexive Decoding of Pain
  9. Dubbioso, TMS reveals a “premotor” and “motor” phenotype in the human prefrontal cortex
  10. Irmen, Effective subthalamic stimulation modulates risk-reward trade-off during sequential gambling
  11. Tomasevic, Transcranial cortical response uncovered from the unwanted multisensory responses evoked after TMS

Talks:

The Dopaminergic System and Exercise

Carl-Johan Boraxbekk, Danish Research Center for Magnetic

Research (DRCMR), Copenhagen, Denmark

Comparing the results of field modelling to physiological

measurements and MR-based current flow measurements

Axel Thielscher, Danish Research Centre for Magnetic

Resonance, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre,

Hvidovre, Denmark

The state is the art: EEG-informed TMS to target cortical states

Hartwig Siebner, Danish Research Center for Magnetic

Resonance, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre,

Hvidovre, Denmark

Keynote at prior BrainSTIM 2018 Hartwig Siebner