Session

10.03.2022     13:45–14:45

Titel:
Gehirn-Netzwerk-Erkrankungen verstehen und behandeln
Art:
Postersession

10.03.2022
13:45–14:45

Titel:
Gehirn-Netzwerk-Erkrankungen verstehen und behandeln
Art:
Postersession


13:45–13:47
P 1 Grey matter atrophy in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis correlates with quantitative disease progression
Nora Dieckmann (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:47–13:49
P 2 Effects of deep brain stimulation (DBS) in the entopeduncular nucleus (EPN) in dystonic dtsz hamsters
Anika Lüttig (Leipzig/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:49–13:51
P 3 Mental rotation performance in patients with focal dystonia is associated with their cognitive state
Marie Yabe (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:51–13:53
P 4 The impact of low affinity immunoglobulin gamma Fc region receptor III-A gene polymorphisms in neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder and implications for treatment outcomes: results from the N-MOmentum study
Friedemann Paul (Berlin/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:53–13:55
P 5 MCC950 treatment reduces neuroinflammation, rescues neuronal cell death and ameliorates motor deficits in the AAV1/2-A53T-αSyn mouse model of Parkinson's disease
Alexander Grotemeyer (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:55–13:57
P 6 Visuomotor adaptation is impaired in Essential Tremor
Laura Bindel (Leipzig/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


13:57–14:00
P 7 SARS-CoV2 infection causes a worsening of the modified ranking scale (mRS) in patients with neuromuscular diseases – first results of the German covid19-nme registry
André Worm (Gießen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:00–14:03
P 8 Eliciting a dystonic phenotype in genetically predisposed rodents for DYT-TOR1A dystonia via an overuse paradigm
Priyansha Dubey (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:03–14:05
P 9 A multi-modal in vivo staging approach to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Anna Behler (Ulm/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:05–14:07
P 10 The effect of post-stroke depression and motor impairment on incentive motivation
Janusz Koob (Köln/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:07–14:09
P 12 Expansion of regulatory T cells by early CD28 Superagonist treatment attenuates neurodegeneration in MPTP mice 
Susanne Knorr (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:09–14:11
P 13 Application of antipsychotic drugs in the treatment of schizophrenia according to single nucleotide polymorphisms of risk genes
Felix-Martin Werner (Pößneck/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:11–14:13
P 14 Functional activation patterns in patients with essential tremor
Lukas Rodax (Minden/DE), Matthias F. Nitschke (Lübeck/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:13–14:15
P 15 Long-term subthalamic deep brain stimulation modulates pathological beta oscillations in the AAV-A53T-Synuclein Parkinson's disease rat model
Jia Zhi Chen (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:15–14:17
P 17 Posttraumatic Headache – Pain Related Evoked Potentials (PREP) and Conditioned Pain Modulation (CPM) as possible biomarkers for identification of risk patients
Julia Jessen (Bochum/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:17–14:19
P 18 Can connectivity link the effects of STN and VIM DBS across tremor-related diseases? A multi-cohort functional connectivity study
Lukas L. Goede (Berlin/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:19–14:21
P 19 Auditory brainstem implants: intraoperative electrophysiological measures and hearing outcome
Laura Zeller (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:21–14:23
P 20 Immune-mediated propagation of α-Synuclein from the brain to the periphery in a mouse model of Parkinson's disease
Rhonda McFleder (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:23–14:25
P 21 Functional connectivity and network topology in brain tumors: A prospective, pilot-, MEG- study
Barbara Ladisich (St.Pölten/AT)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:25–14:27
P 22 Effects of multisensory feedback on tremor severity in essential tremor
Julius Welzel (Kiel/DE), Jos S. Becktepe (Kiel/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:27–14:29
P 23 The overlap of lesions placed by MRIgFUS with the cerebellothalamic tract does not adequately explain symptom control in ET
Maria Pfeiffer (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:29–14:31
P 24 Domain-general deficits after stroke lesions in the dorsal and ventral processing stream of the left hemisphere
Andrea Dreßing (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
Redezeit: 2 min


14:31–14:33
P 26 A critical reflection on functional magnetic resonance imaging as an imaging method in neuroscientific research
Ludmila Litvin (Bochum/DE)
Redezeit: 2 min