Session

12.03.2022     10:30–12:30

Titel:
Experimental and Applied Approaches in Digital-based Diagnostics and Health Care
Art:
Symposium: Innovative Methoden in der Neurophysiologie
Raum:

12.03.2022
10:30–12:30

Titel:
Experimental and Applied Approaches in Digital-based Diagnostics and Health Care
Art:
Symposium: Innovative Methoden in der Neurophysiologie
Raum:


10:30–10:43
Assessing Arm and Hand Function and Interaction with the Environment in Stroke Subjects Using Sparse Sensor Configurations
Peter H. Veltnik (Twente/NL)
Redezeit: 11 + 2 min


10:43–10:56
Kinematics of the Upper Limb Functional Tasks in Stroke
Margit Alt Murphy (Gothenburg/SE)
Redezeit: 11 + 2 min


10:56–11:09
Technology-aided Assessment of Arm and Hand Sensorimotor Impairments Using the Virtual Peg Insertion Test: Validation and Clinical Application
Christoph Kanzler (Singapur/SG)
Redezeit: 11 + 2 min


11:09–11:22
Sensor-based Analysis of Activities of Daily Living in Frail Elderly, Stroke and MS
Stephanie Schmidle (München/DE)
Redezeit: 11 + 2 min


11:22–11:35
Einfluss von körperlicher Aktivität auf die Neuroplastizität
Stefan Schneider (Köln/DE)
Redezeit: 11 + 2 min


11:35–11:48
Einfluss von intrinsischer Motivation und Adhärenz auf Therapie-Outcomes
Viktoria Arling (Aachen/DE)
Redezeit: 11 + 2 min


11:48–12:00
Problemfelder in der Schlaganfallnachsorge und Lösungsansätze
Robin Roukens (Nümbrecht/DE)
Redezeit: 10 + 2 min


12:00–12:09
FV 22 Wearable device assessments of antiseizure medication effects on diurnal patterns of electrodermal activity, heart rate and heart rate variability
Mustafa Halimeh (Berlin/DE), Christian Meisel (Berlin/DE)
Redezeit: 7 + 2 min


12:09–12:18
FV 23 POSe EstimatoR for Cervical Dystonia (POSER-CD): Automatized assessment of clinical severity and kinematic pathosignatures of Cervical Dystonia using convolutional neural networks
Maximilian Friedrich (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 7 + 2 min


12:18–12:27
FV 18 Reducing hippocampal hyperactivity with real-time fMRI neurofeedback in patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment
Jessica Peter (Bern/CH)
Redezeit: 7 + 2 min