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Ilena Bauer ● Julia Hartkopf ● Stephanie Kullmann ● Franziska Schleger ● Manfred Hallschmid ● Jan Pauluschke-Fröhlich ● Andreas Fritsche and Hubert Preissl Abstract Before and during pregnancy, women often aim to improve their lifestyle … Continue reading Spotlight on the fetus: how physical activity during pregnancy influences fetal health: a narrative review
Katrin Sippel and Julia Moser participated in this year’s Science Slam of the Tübingen Graduate Academy. Pictures of the event can be found here.
With her contribution on “Innovative Processing Algorithms for Fetal Magnetoencephalographic Data” Katrin Sippel wins the competition “My Thesis Topic in a Picture” of the Tübingen Graduate Academy. Link to Competition
Ilena Bauer received a grant by the “Deutsche Diabetes Gesellschaft” (DDG) for her project on prenatal maternal stress and its impact on the metabolic milieu under consideration of the fetal and neonatal cardiovascular activity.
Haliza Mat Husin ● Franziska Schleger ● Ilena Bauer ● Ellen Fehlert ● Isabelle Kiefer-Schmidt ● Magdalene Weiss ● Karl Oliver Kagan ● Sara Brucker ● Jan Pauluschke-Fröhlich ● Hari Eswaran ● Hans-Ulrich Häring ● … Continue reading Maternal Weight, Weight Gain, and Metabolism are Associated with Changes in Fetal Heart Rate and Variability
Sabine Frank-Podlech received the research award of the German Obesity Society (Deutsche Adipositas Gesellschaft, DAG) for her research on the topic „Neuronal correlates of obesity and weight loss“. The price was awarded at the conference … Continue reading Research Award for Sabine Frank-Podlech
At this year’s Flux congress in New York City Julia Moser was part of the Jacobs Foundation “Science of Learning” symposium with her work on “Magnetoencephalographic Signatures of Hierarchical Rule Learning in Newborns” which is … Continue reading Flux congress 2019
From June 11th to 14th Preißl Lab members attended the conference of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping in Rome, Italy. Stephanie Kullmann presented her work on “Intranasal Insulin Decreases Dopamin Signaling in the Striatum … Continue reading OHBM 2019 in Rome
Julia Moser ● Siouar Bensaid ● Eleni Kroupi ● Franziska Schleger ● Fabrice Wendling ● Giulio Ruffini and Hubert Preissl Abstract In this work, we aim to investigate whether information based metrics of neural activity … Continue reading Evaluating Complexity of Fetal MEG Signals: A Comparison of Different Metrics and Their Applicability