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Helene Hjelmervik, member of the Bergen fMRI Group, successfully defended her PhD thesis for the doctoral degree on Friday September 18. 2015.

“Sex and sex-hormonal effects on brain organization of fronto-parietal networks”

Acting as Faculty Opponents were Dr. Alan Beaton, Aberystwyth University, and Dr. Patricia Cowell, University of Sheffield, with Dr. Lin Sørensen, University of Bergen, as coordinator.


 

 



Members of the Bergen fMRI Group and the ERC Advanced Grant «VOICE» project marked the end of the project period with a two-day seminar at Hardingasete resort in Hardanger, Hordaland on September 3-4. The seminar also included pre-view of a coming film from the project produced by the Communication Dept, University of Bergen, where the film team has been following the researchers from the beginning of the project


 

The Bergen fMRI group leader Prof. Kenneth Hugdahl and Prof. Karsten Specht gave an interview for the UiB magazine På Høyden regarding the discovery of the extrinsic mode network (EMN). Please follow the link to read the whole interview: http://pahoyden.no/2015/08/en-hjerneteori-om-alt, for English version see: http://www.uib.no/en/news/90967/universal-theory-brain


 

Researchers at the Bergen fMRI Group, in collaboration with Marcus E. Raichle and Anish Mitra at Washington University, St. Louis, USA have suggested the existence of a new generalized cortical network, the extrinsic mode network (EMN), as complimentary to the default mode network (DMN) previously discovered by Marcus Raichle and colleagues. The new network is described in a recent article in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience; http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2015.00430/abstract, published on-line August 6, 1015


From K. Hugdahl, M.E. Raichle, A. Mitra, K. Specht (2015). On the existence of a generalized non-specific task-dependent network. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00430


 



Professor Stefan Koelsch, currently at the Freie Universität Berlin, will join the University of Bergen and the Bergen fMRI Group in the fall of 2015.
For more information see: http://www.uib.no/aktuelt/90030/musikalsk-hjerneforsker-til-uib. Stefan Koelsch is internationally known for his work on music experiences and the brain, in particular studies of brain correlates of music-evoked emotions

The Bergen fMRI Group welcomes Stefan Koelsch to Bergen and looks forward to have him as a member of our research group!



 

 
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