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Translation and Neurotechnology

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The Division of Translation and Neurotechnology comprises four research groups. The research group Clinical Neurotechnology deals with the investigation of neuroplasticity in the context of the clinical use of brain-computer interfaces. The research group Machine Learning analyses neuroimaging data in neurological and psychiatric diseases using advanced machine learning methods. The research group Neuropsychiatry focuses on a better understanding of neuropsychiatric disorders, especially in the area of neurodegenerative diseases, and on developing new and effective therapies. The research group Neurostimulation uses environmental, genetic, pharmacological and neurodevelopmental animal models of psychopathologies and neuromodulation strategies to test on behavior-neurobiology associations and to develop targeted therapeutic and preventive interventions.

Research groups of the research division Translation and Neurotechnology

Heads of the research division Translation and Neurotechnology

Prof. Dr. med. Surjo R. Soekadar

Head of research divison Translation and Neurotechnology, Head of research group Clinical Neurotechnology

Prof. Dr. med. Josef Priller

Head of research division Translation and Neurotechnology, Head of research group Neuropsychiatry

Prof. Dr. med. Christine Winter

Medical specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy; Head of research division Translation and Neurotechnology, Head of the Centre for Translational Neuromodulation