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  • Donders MEG/EEG Toolkit

    Donders MEG/EEG Toolkit

    This 5-day toolkit course will teach you advanced MEG and EEG data analysis skills. Pre-processing, frequency analysis, source reconstruction and various statistical methods will be covered.

  • Donders Career event

    Donders Career Event

    An afternoon full of talks from Donders Alumni, workshops, and a social gathering. You will hear about different career opportunities after your time at the Donders Institute.

  • Evaluating walking in lower-extremity osteoarthritis: beyond the lab, towards the real world

    Evaluating walking in lower-extremity osteoarthritis: beyond the lab, towards the real world

    Osteoarthritis of the knee or hip is one of the most common causes of physical limitations. In case of end-stage osteoarthritis, joint replacement surgery can be considered.

  • Memory formation in reach adaptation

    Memory formation in reach adaptation

    We live in an ever-changing environment. While we are able to successfully change the radio channel from the passenger seat of a driving car on cruise control, our reach will fall short if the driver decides to accelerate during the reach.

  • Portrait picture Balazs Aczel

    DCC Lecture 30 May 2024 - Balazs Aczel

    Metascience is a broad term that encompasses all scientific efforts aimed at understanding and improving science itself. Despite the current surge in metascience projects, the field lacks disciplinarity and institutionalization.

  • Frequency-Related Dynamic Interactions Across VTA, Striatum and PFC regions in Rats

    Frequency-Related Dynamic Interactions Across VTA, Striatum and PFC regions in Rats

    We investigated oscillatory changes in neuronal population interactions across the prefrontal cortex, striatum, ventral tegmental area, and substantia nigra pars compacta across frequency ranges in both behavioral and non-behavioral contexts.

  • Donders Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Toolkit

    Donders Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Toolkit

    This 1-day course will provide you with in-depth knowledge about a non-invasive brain stimulation technique of your choice, either TMS or TES.

  • Threat reactions and decision making

    Threat reactions and decision making

    We are excited to announce a small symposium on the topic of Threat reactions and decision making.

  • Donders Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Toolkit

    Donders Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Toolkit

    This 3-day course will provide you with in-depth knowledge about the non-invasive brain stimulation technique transcranial ultrasonic stimulation (TUS).

  • Biological factors associated with mental health in people living with HIV: a multi-omics study

    Biological factors associated with mental health in people living with HIV: a multi-omics study

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  • At the heart of the decision: On the role of defensive freezing states in approach-avoidance decision-making under threat

    At the heart of the decision: On the role of defensive freezing states in approach-avoidance decision-making under threat

    Provides new evidence that freezing states are associated with enhanced processing and comparison of the potential threat and reward outcomes of approach-avoidance decisions, and that integration during freezing is supported by activity in the dmPFC.

  • Dean Mobbs

    Donders Lecture - Dean Mobbs

    In the Donders Lectures series on cognitive neuroscience, outstanding researchers in the field of brain and cognition present their work and ideas to a broad audience of scholars with a diversity of backgrounds.

  • Ramen en gevelplaten van het Maria Montessorigebouw

    Symposium on Focused Ultrasound

    Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in this rapidly evolving field, network with peers, and gain insights into how Focused Ultrasound can be used to improve patient outcomes.

  • Mobility, Stability, Adaptability: The challenges of walking for people with Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    Mobility, Stability, Adaptability: The challenges of walking for people with Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    People with hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP) — an inherited neurological condition — experience progressive muscle stiffness in both legs, resulting in balance and gait problems.

  • The interpretation of hidden and non-coding DNA variants leads to novel genetic diagnoses hesis

    The interpretation of hidden and non-coding DNA variants leads to novel genetic diagnoses hesis

    Worldwide, approximately 300 million people have a rare disease, with at least 40% caused by genetic factors.

  • Denis le Bihan

    DCCN Colloquium Denis Le Bihan

    Functional “distances” between neural nodes, depend on both the spatial distances between nodes and the time to propagate between them, through a connectome spacetime with four intricated dimensions, a view common to the relativity theory.

  • Portrait picture Anne Collins

    DCCN Colloquium Anne Collins

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  • Stepping out of the clinic: towards objective, real-life monitoring of Parkinson’s disease

    Stepping out of the clinic: towards objective, real-life monitoring of Parkinson’s disease

    Can the gait pattern in daily life be used as an indicator of the severity of Parkinson’s disease? This thesis shows that this is possible with a single motion sensor, worn on the ankle, lower back or wrist.

  • Donders Session: Poster Session

    Donders Session: Poster Session

    During the yearly Poster Sessions, early career researchers show their work. Within each of the four Donders research themes a small group of judges inspected the posters and decided which one presented their work best.

  • Inside Out - How can the internal structure of the mental lexicon support autonomous foreign vocabulary learning?

    Inside Out - How can the internal structure of the mental lexicon support autonomous foreign vocabulary learning?

    In this thesis, we explored whether a brain-inspired structure could be used to enhance autonomous learning of new foreign vocabulary. We know that the word knowledge in our brain, the mental lexicon, is organized based on similarity.