Magdalena Banwinkler studied Psychology at the University of Vienna and obtained her Master’s degree in Biological Psychology in 2020. She joined the MMNI Group as a PhD candidate in March 2021 and is now performing her PhD training as part of the Collaborative Research Center “SFB 1451: Key mechanisms of motor control in health and disease”. The main objective of Magdalena Banwinkler’s research work is the investigation of structural and functional mechanisms that underlie Parkinson’s disease. To address her research aims she is using behavioral measurements as well as non-invasive neuroimaging methods, such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI). With her work, she strives to gain a deeper understanding of the neural basis of motor control.
Dr. Gérard Bischof was honored by his hometown as ” Werdohler Kopf” (head/mind of Werdohl). This award is given to those who have made a name for themselves in their field. Very right, Werdohl, we could not agree more.
Hendrik Theis received his medical doctorate. He is now Dr. med. Hendrik Theis. Congratulations!
At this years Science Slam of the Medical School, University of Cologne, there were 8 great presentations by young researchers in the medical field. Verena Dzialas took 1st place (easily, we say) with her fantastic presentation on “Motor Reserve”. Julia Pfeil came in 3rd with a very impressive talk on “Amyloid, the protein that makes us forget”.
Julia Lothmann completed her master’s thesis on the predictability of regional amyloid burden for the progression to preclinical and clinical Alzheimer’s disease in 2020 at the MMNI group. She has recently joined the group and will investigate molecular and functional mechanisms underlying Alzheimer’s disease, such as tau and amyloid accumulation in the brain. Her research interests further extend into the domain of cognitive reserve as well as the effects of lifestyle factors in regard to the development of neuropathology in Alzheimer’s disease.
Verena Dzialas is interested in reserve mechanisms in Parkinson’s disease patients. While the concept of reserve mechanisms is already well-established in Alzheimer’s disease, not much is known about factors mitigating the association between neurodegeneration and motor disability in Parkinson’s disease. Therefore, Verena Dzialas focuses on the investigation of neurobiological (e.g. gray matter volume (GMV) differences) and lifetime factors (e.g. physical activity) contributing to motor reserve capacity in Parkinson’s disease using multimodal imaging, voxel-vise GMV comparison and graph theoretical analysis. Moreover, she is interested in disease progression depending on the level of motor reserve, which is investigated with multilevel models.
Philipp Schlüter is a research fellow at the INM-2 at the Research Center Jülich and a researcher in the Multimodal Imaging Group.
He investigates the molecular mechanism in Alzheimer’s disease, such as production and transport of tau in the brain, using numerical models.
His research interest is in machine learning and AI methodologies.
Kathrin Giehl received a PhD for her work entitled: Antagonizing Cognitive Impairment in Parkinson’s Disease: Neural & Behavioural Effects of Home-based Working Memory Training.
The work of Dr. Merle Hönig on “Resistance to Tau and Amyloid Pathology Facilitates Super-Aging” was selected as the Image of the Year 2020 by the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI).
Our group receives this prestigious international award for the second time after 2016, when the work of Dr. Gérard Bischof has been awarded.
Dr. Merle Hönig received the Brain Imaging Council Young Investigator Award 2020 at this year’s international conference of the Society for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) for her presentation “Resistance to Tau and Amyloid Pathology Facilitates Super-Aging”.
As part of her presentation, Dr. Hoenig presented the results of a series of PET images that show that older adults who maintained peak cognitive skills exhibited greater resistance to build-up of Alzheimer’s disease-typical proteinopathies, namely tau and amyloid pathology.
Elena Doering completed her master’s thesis on the effects of vibrotactile cueing on freezing of gait in Parkinson’s disease in 2019. She has recently joined the MMNI group as a PhD candidate, where she will investigate molecular and neuronal mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s disease, such as for example tau and amyloid accumulation in the brain. Her research interest further extends into the domain of machine learning and artificial intelligence methodologies.
Doering, E., Pukropski, A., Krumnack, U., Schaffland, A. Automatic Detection and Counting of Malaria Parasite-Infected Blood Cells. Proceedings of MICAD2020 (in print). Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering.
Merle Hoenig received a PhD
„The Spatial Evolution of Tau Pathology in Alzheimer’s Disease: Influence of Functional Connectivity and Education“
received the highest possible distinction!
My research focuses on improving imaging-derived diagnosis of Parkinsonian Syndromes via artificial intelligence. Therefore, I explore tools of automatizing the image analysis process by implementing various methods in the field of machine learning and deep learning.
The CNS – Hannelore Kohl Foundation supports the research project of Dr. Gérard Bischof on the relationship between repetitive brain trauma and chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
At the 14th International Conference on Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s Disease (ADPD) held in Lisbon, Portugal, March 26-31, 2019, Jochen Hammes is awarded a Junior Faculty Award for his work on PET in Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration and Alzheimer’s disease.
At the 14th International Conference on Alzheimer's & Parkinson's Disease (ADPD) held in Lisbon, Portugal, March 26-31, 2019, Merle Hönig is awarded a Junior Faculty Award for her work on tau and cognitive reserve in Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Gérard Bischof received the Kurt Kaufmann award of the German Alzheimer Forschung Initiative e.V. for research on gender effects on tau pathology in Alzheimer’s disease, which includes a prize money of €10.000.
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The work of cand. med. Hendrik Theis on how dopaminergic turnover in the ventral striatum is linked to impulse control disorders in PD patients was honored by one of the five ECCN 2018 awards for abstract submission at the 7th European Conference on Clinical Neuroimaging (ECCN) to be held in Brussels, Belgium, March 26-27, 2018.
See program here.
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Dr. Gérard N. Bischof’s work on where amyloid deposition predicts progression in Alzheimer’s disease was honored by one of the five ECCN 2018 awards for abstract submission at the 7th European Conference on Clinical Neuroimaging (ECCN) to be held in Brussels, Belgium, March 26-27, 2018.
See program here
The medical faculty awards Kathrin Giehl an IPaK travel grant in the context of the ipid4all-application (DAAD) of the Albertus Magnus Graduate Center in order to present her work on T1-assisted tau-PET image preprocessing at the 22nd annual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping in Geneva, Switzerland.
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