We are interested in oscillatory activity and our research aims to scrutinise which role oscillatory activity plays in neurological diseases such as Parkinson's disease, dystonia, and hepatic encephalopathy. Moreover, we want to understand how oscillatory activity can help to understand brain function in general and how it can be modulated by brain stimulation.
The main research tool we are using is magnetoencephalography (MEG). MEG enables us to reveal even subtle changes in the temporal processing of the brain as well as to characterise entire cerebral networks subserving specific tasks or symptoms.
Dr. Marianne Tiihonen
Silja Kannenberg (MSc Psychologie)
Lucie Winkler (MSc Psychologie)
Anna Frigge (BSc Med. Physik)
Henning Meyer (cand. med.)
Akinde Kexel (cand. med.)