Dr L. Geerligs (Linda)
Associate professor - Artificial Intelligence
Associate Principal Investigator - Donders Centre for Cognition
Thomas van Aquinostraat 4
6525 GD NIJMEGEN
6500 HE NIJMEGEN
Linda Geerligs is an associate professor at the Donders Institute. Her research focuses on understanding the dynamics of brain function at different timescales. On the timescale of the lifespan she investigates how brain function dynamically reorganizes with age and what mechanisms allow older adults to preserve high level of cognitive function despite age-related declines in brain structure. On the timescale of daily life experiences (seconds to minutes) she investigates how the brain segments and integrates information over time into meaningful events and neural states.Research group
- Geerligs L., Gözükara D., Oetringer D., Campbell K., van Gerven M. A. J., & Güçlü, U. (2022) A partially nested cortical hierarchy of neural states underlies event segmentation in the human brain. BioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.02.05.429165 Full text
- Geerligs L., Güçlü U., van Gerven M.A.J. (2021) Detecting neural state transitions underlying event segmentation. Neuroimage, 236, 118085 Full text
- Geerligs, L., Cam-CAN, Campbell, K.L. (2018) Age-related differences in information processing during movie watching. Neurbiology of Aging, 72, 106-120 Full text
- Geerligs, L., Tsvetanov K., Cam-CAN, Henson,R.N.A. (2017) Challenges in measuring individual differences in functional connectivity using fMRI: The case of healthy aging. Human Brain Mapping. 38:4125–4156 Full text
- Geerligs L., Renken R.J., Saliasi E., Maurits N.M., Lorist M.M. (2015) A brain wide study of age related changes in functional connectivity. Cerebral Cortex, 25(7), 1987-1999. Full text
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Research grants and prizes
- 2021 - Vidi grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). ‘The power of lifelong experience: how knowledge drives information processing in the aging brain’.
- 2020 - Donders Centre for Cognition grant 'Structuring real-life events: perception, attention, and memory'
- 2018 - Human Brain Mapping Editors’ Choice Award: the best paper in the journal Human Brain Mapping in 2017, as selected by the editors.
- 2016 - Veni grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO): 'Understanding cognitive function across the adult lifespan: structure‐function interactions in the aging brain'
- 2014 - Rubicon grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO): 'Network dynamics in the aging brain'