Clinician scientists

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Dr. Ellen Binder

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C05 Reorganisation of the motor system following stroke

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Dr. Petra heiden

C07

C07 Neural networks underlying motor tic formation and suppression

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Dr. Lukas Hensel

B05

B05 Single case predictions of motor abilities in health and disease  

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Dr. Corinna Ringmaier

C05

C05 Reorganisation of the motor system following stroke

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Dr. Thomas Schüller

C07

C07 Neural networks underlying motor tic formation and suppression

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Dr. Elena Jäger

C04

C04 Apraxia in Alzheimer’s disease: Plastic reorganisation of praxis networks in response to chronically progressive dysfunction

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Dr. Hendirk Theis

C03

C03 Striatal dopamine and volitional motor control: vigour, planning, and incentive salience

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Dr. Caroline Tscherpel

B05

B05 Single case predictions of motor abilities in health and disease

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Dr. Jasper Vöckel

B02

B02 Neural network maturation underlying top-down motor control and movement initiation in childhood and adolescence

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Dr. Lukas Volz

C05

C05 Reorganisation of the motor system following stroke

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Dr. Helene Walter

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C01 Identification and selective stimulation of motor recovery-related functional networks after experimental stroke

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Dr. Veronika Wunderle

C05

C05 Reorganisation of the motor system following stroke

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Dr. Heidrun Wunram

B02

B02 Neural network maturation underlying top-down motor control and movement initiation in childhood and adolescence

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Dr. Philip Zeyen

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C06 Major Depression as a transient functional lesion model of motor control