OHBA is a research facility providing state-of-the-art techniques for measuring and stimulating activity in the living human brain. Groups at OHBA investigate brain function in healthy volunteers, and in individuals affected by psychiatric and neurological conditions.
Two-voxel spectroscopy with dynamic B0 shimming and flip angle adjustment at 7 T in the human motor cortex.
Lemke C. et al, (2015), Nmr Biomed, 28, 852 - 860
Multi-level block permutation.
Winkler AM. et al, (2015), Neuroimage
Identifying neuronal oscillations using rhythmicity.
Fransen AM. et al, (2015), Neuroimage
Frontoparietal and Cingulo-opercular Networks Play Dissociable Roles in Control of Working Memory.
Wallis G. et al, (2015), J Cogn Neurosci, 1 - 16