Session

15.03.2018     17:30–19:00

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15.03.2018
17:30–19:00

Titel:
Posterblitz-Präsentation
Art:
Posterblitz-Präsentationen
Raum:


17:30–17:33
PB1 Functional network alterations in multisystem atrophy (MSA)
Martin Gorges (Ulm)


17:34–17:37
PB2 Beneficial Effects of intensive speech-language therapy or virtual dance training on mobility deficits in patients with Parkinson"s disease (PD)
Anne Dorothée Rösch (Basel/CH)


17:39–17:42
PB3 Pharyngeal Electrical Stimulation in neurointensive care patients suffering from severe post-stroke dysphagia – post stimulation increase of salivary substance P level may indicate treatment success
Paul Muhle (Münster)


17:43–17:46
PB4 In vivo analysis of hippocampal vascularization patterns in patients with cerebral amyloid angiopathy: a 7T Time-of-Flight MR-Angiography study
Anastasia Priester (Magdeburg)


17:48–17:51
PB5 Perspective Taking During Laughter Perception
Dirk Wildgruber (Tübingen)


17:52–17:55
PB6 A new motor threshold criterion for intraoperative corticobulbar MEP can predict postoperative facial nerve function
Andrea Szelényi (München)


17:57–18:00
PB7 Comparison of three different fMRI paradigms for language mapping
Charlotte Nettekoven (Köln)


18:01–18:04
PB8 Methylphenidate modulates gain modulation processes during competitive auditory attention in a dose-response fashion
Nico Adelhöfer (Dresden)


18:06–18:09
PB9 The "functional magnetic resonance imaging" (fMRI) as a meaningful tool for the differentiation of sexual preferences.
Jan Lucas Kunath (Kiel)


18:10–18:13
PB10 Apraxic deficits in sub-acute right hemisphere stroke result from deficient allo-centric visuo-spatial processing
Simon D. Ubben (Jülich)


18:15–18:18
PB11 Long term GABA alterations induced by anodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in motor cortex: A Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Study
Harshal Jayeshkumar Patel (Aachen)


18:20–18:23
PB12 Improved pattern separation after spermidine supplementation in older individuals with subjective cognitive decline: proof-of-concept study
Miranka Wirth (Berlin)


18:24–18:27
PB13 Is 0.9 Hz rTMS-induced LTD-like corticospinal plasticity dependent on µ-rhythm phase during the intervention?
David Baur (Tübingen)


18:29–18:32
PB14 Fully automated segmentation of intracerebral depth electrode contacts with subsequent separation into distinct electrodes in patients with pharmacoresistant epilepsy
Markus Mertens (Bielefeld)


18:33–18:36
PB15 Neurophysiological biomarker for the clinical development of tuberous sclerosis
Franziska Wolf (Kiel)


18:37–18:40
PB16 Prefrontal bipolar versus multichannel tDCS: impact on working memory performance
Maike Splittgerber (Kiel)


18:42–18:45
PB17 tDCS-enhanced Working Memory Training in Subjective Cognitive Decline
Nevena Stoynova (Tübingen), Christian Plewnia (Tübingen)


18:46–18:49
PB18 Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on working memory performance in patients with schizophrenia
Tobias U. Schwippel (Tübingen)


18:51–18:54
PB19 tDCS in the left DLPFC: when to stimulate and which cognitive domains it affects
Vera Moliadze (Kiel)


18:55–18:58
PB20 Comparison between static transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), repetitive TMS and transcranial direct current stimulation
Christoph Mader (Göttingen), Caspar Stephani (Göttingen)