On Oktober 4th, 2021, Julia Moser defended her PhD thesis entitled „Magnetoencephalographic Signatures of Complex Cognitive Abilities in Fetuses and Newborns„. Congratulations, Julia! And all the best for you future plans.
Ilena Bauer ● Julia Hartkopf ● Anna-Karin Wikström ● Nora K. Schaal ● Hubert Preissl ● Birgit Derntl ● Franziska Schleger Prenatal maternal stress can have adverse effects on birth outcomes and fetal development. Relaxation … Continue reading Acute relaxation during pregnancy leads to a reduction in maternal electrodermal activity and self-reported stress levels
Julia Moser ● Franziska Schleger ● Magdalene Weiss ● Katrin Sippel ● Lorenzo Semeia and Hubert Preissl Full Text
Katrin Sippel received a grant by the “Deutsche Diabetes Gesellschaft” (DDG) for her project on extraktion and quantification of spontaneous brain activity in fetuses of mothers with impaired glucose metabolism.
Julia Moser ● Franziska Schleger ● Magdalene Weiss ● Katrin Sippel ● Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz and Hubert Preissl Full Text
Stephanie Kullmann is part of the DZD NEXT Young Talent Program. With her research she wants to enhance brain health to prevent T2D and its complications. Disturbances in communication between brain regions and the rest … Continue reading Keeping up the momentum
From September 9th-12th 2020 Julia Moser and Katrin Sippel attended the Flux Congress of the Society for Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. This year the conference took place completely virtual. The program was full of interesting talks … Continue reading Virtual Flux Congress 2020
On July 16, 2020, Julia Hartkopf defended her PhD thesis entitled „Investigation of fetal brain function and implications for early child development„. Congratulations, Julia! And all the best for you future plans.
On July 10, 2020, Katrin Sippel defended her PhD thesis entitled „Innovative Processing Algorithms for Fetal Magnetencephalographic Data„. Congratulations, Katrin! And all the best for you future plans.
Stephanie Kullmann ● André Kleinridders ● Dana M Small ● Andreas Fritsche ● Hans-Ulrich Häring ● Hubert Preissl and Martin Heni Abstract Insulin acts on the CNS to modulate behaviour and systemic metabolism. Disturbances in … Continue reading Central nervous pathways of insulin action in the control of metabolism and food intake