Project leaders

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Markus Aswendt

C01

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

University Hospital Cologne

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Juan Carlos Baldermann

C07

C07  Neural networks underlying motor tic formation and suppression

University Hospital Cologne

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Stephan Bender

B02

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

University Hospital Cologne

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Matteo Bergami

A03

A03  Motor learning-induced plasticity of cerebellar Purkinje neuron connectivity

CECAD University of Cologne

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Ansgar Büschges

A05 | Z02 | MGK

A05 Neural mechanisms underlying motor flexibility in fruit fly walking

Z02 Animal Motor Circuits Core Facility

MGK Integrated Research Training Group (Modul Graduiertenkolleg, MGK, Motor-Control-RTG)

University of Cologne

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Silvia Daun

B03 | INF

B03  Modelling neural network dynamics underlying movements in health and disease

INF  Data Management for Computational Modelling

Research Centre Juelich

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Alexander Drzezga

C04

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

University Hospital Cologne

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Erica Ehrhardt

A05

A05 Neural mechanisms underlying motor flexibility in fruit fly walking

Cologne

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Simon Eickhoff

B05

B05  Single-case predictions of motor abilities in health and disease

Research Centre Juelich

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Gereon Fink

B03 | C05 |Z01

B03 Modelling neural network dynamics underlying movements in health and disease

C05 Reorganisation of the motor system following stroke

Z01 Central Office

University Hospital Cologne &
Research Centre Juelich

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Christian Grefkes-Hermann

B05 | C05 | Z03

B05  Single-case predictions of motor abilities in health and disease

C05 Reorganisation of the motor system following stroke

Z03 Human Motor Assessment Centre

University Hospital Cologne

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Michael Hanke

INF

INF Data Management for Computational Modelling

Research Centre Juelich

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Merle Hönig

C03

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

Research Centre Juelich

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Dirk Isbrandt

B01

B01 Developmental mechanisms affecting motor skills and motor control

DZNE & University Hospital Cologne

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Kei Ito

A05

A04  Neural mechanisms underlying motor flexibility in fruit fly walking

University of Cologne

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Frank Jessen

C06

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

University Hospital Cologne

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Peter Kloppenburg

A01

A01  Understanding plastin 3 and its interactors in motor neuron function and plasticity in health and disease

University of Cologne

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Natalia Kononenko

A02

A02 Dysregulation of the autophagy-endolysosomal system as a putative pathological mechanism behind the motor control dysfunction

University of Cologne

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Kerstin Konrad

B02

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

Research Centre Juelich

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Tatiana Korotkova

A014 | Z02 | MGK

A04 The role of the reward system in obesity- and ageing-associated changes of motor behaviours

Z02 Animal Motor Circuits Core Facility

MGK Integrated Research Training Group (Modul Graduiertenkolleg, MGK, Motor-Control-RTG)

University of Cologne

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Paola Mengotti

B04

B04  Motor control under uncertainty in the healthy human brain

Research Centre Juelich

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Martin Nawrot

A06 | INF

A06 Sensory-motor pathways controlling voluntary movements in health and disease

INF Data Management for Computational Modelling

University of Cologne

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Yifat Prut

A06

A06 Sensory-motor pathways controlling voluntary movements in health and disease

The Hebrew University Jersusalem

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Jochen Roeper

B01

B01  Motor control under uncertainty in the healthy human brain

Goethe University Frankfurt

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Adele Rueger

C01

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

University Hospital Cologne

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Michael Schroeter

C01

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

University  Hospital Cologne

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Marc Tittgemeyer

C06

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

CECAD University of Cologne

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Thilo van Eimeren

C03

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

University Hospital Cologne

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Veerle Visser-Vandewalle

C07

C07 Neural networks underlying motor tic formation and suppression

University  Hospital Cologne

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Simone Vossel

B04

B04  Motor control under uncertainty in the healthy human brain

Research Centre Juelich

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Peter Weiss-Blankenhorn

C04 | Z03

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

Z03 Human Motor Assessment Centre

Research Centre Juelich

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Brunhilde Wirth

A01

A01 Understanding plastin 3 and its interactors in motor neuron function and plasticity in health and disease

University of Cologne