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Poster Session 2

Posters will be located in Rooms 8 and 101. Each poster board is marked with a unique posterboard number. You may find your poster session day and your posterboard number on the BioMag 2012 web site.

You are responsible for transporting your poster to the conference and setting it up.  There are no printing facilities onsite.  

Your poster can be displayed from 08:00 to 19:00 the day of your presentation. You are requested to be present in front of your poster from 13:30 to 15:00.

Posters setup time: 08:00-09:00

Velcro tape will be available to affix your poster to the poster board. Pushpins and regular tape are NOT allowed.  

Additionally, you are responsible for removing your poster from the exhibit space between 18:00 and 19:00.  BioMag is not responsible for posters remaining in the exhibit space once the poster session closes.

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012 – Poster session 2

Biosusceptometry &  Nanoparticles - Room 101

Tu-136  Evaluation of gastrectomy effects on gastric emptying and orocecal transit in rats by AC biosusceptometry
Calabresi Marcos, Matos Juliana, Quini Caio, Moretto Gustavo, Graça José Ronaldo, Santos Armenio Aguiar, Miranda José Ricardo

Tu-137  Proliferation of the cell culture line HEK 293T under different concentrations of ferromagnetic fluid
Cordova-Fraga Teodoroo, Barboa Sabanero Gloria, Espinoza Adrian A, Solis Martha O, Rosas Padilla Enny Fabiola, Perez Huetzin A, Villagomez Julio C, Gomez Francisco, Bernal Jesus J, Sosa Modesto

Tu-138  Colon Pharmacomagnetography by AC Biosusceptometry
de Andreis Uilian, Corra LA, Oliveira RB, Miranda JRA

Tu-139  Analytical solutions for the flow of blood in the presence of an external magnetic field
Drochon Agnès

Tu-140  Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy study of Paramagnetic ions in Subthalamic Nucleus of patients with Parkinson's disease
Gomez Jorge, Garrido Carlos, Baffa Oswaldo, Peixoto Santos Jose, Pitella Jose

Tu-141  Metabolism of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Rats
Horng H.E., Chieh J. J., Tseng W.K., Huang K.W., Yang S.Y., Hong C. Y., Yang H.C., Wu C.C.

Tu-142  Magnetic Nanoparticle Uptake in Tumor Cells quantified by Temperature Dependent Magnetorelaxometry
Knopke Christian, Wiekhorst Frank, Trahms Lutz, Gemeinhardt Ines, Ebert Monika, Schnorr Jörg, Taupitz Matthias

Tu-143  Imaging of a magnetic nanoparticle distribution using a single sensor and multiple magnetizing coils
Liebl Maik, Steinhoff Uwe, Wiekhorst Frank, Schwarz Kay, Zirpel Peter, Gutkelch Dirk, Trahms Lutz, Haueisen Jens

Tu-144  Increased survival of human lymphocytes by combined effect of magnetic stimulation and mitogenic
Perez Hietzin, Cordova Fraga Teodoro, Rosas Padilla Enny Fabiola, López Briones Sergio, Espinoza Garcia Adrian Alejandro, Bernal Alvarado Jose de Jesus, Villagomez Castro Julio Cesar, Gomez Aguilar Francisco, Sosa Aquino Modesto Antonio

Tu-145  Inspection Method of Magnetic Nanoparticle for Biomedical Analysis
Mizoguchi Takako, Kawabata Ryuzo, Ogata Kuniomi, Kandori Akihiko, Tsukamoto Akira, Enpuku Keiji

Tu-152  Analysis of spatial resolution of the ac biosusceptometry gradiometers by implementation of modulated transfer function
Miranda, A. josé Ricardo, Prospero Andre Golnçalves, Alverez Matheus, Quini Caio, miranda arruda jose ricardo

Tu-153  AC Biosuceptometry to study gastrointestinal motility in pregnant rats
Miranda, A. josé Ricardo, Américo, F. madileine, Sinzato, K. Yuri, Matos, F. Juliana, Damasceno, C. Debora, Baffa, F. Oswaldo, Corá, Ap. Luciana, Oliveira, B. Ricardo, miranda arruda jose ricardo

Tu-154  ACB Tomography of regular phantoms
Miranda, A. josé Ricardo, Fonseca, R. Paulo, Matos, V.R. Ronaldo, Quini Caio, Zandoná, A. Ednaldo, Moretto, M Agostinho, Miranda, A. jose ricardo

Tu-155  Biosusceptometry to evaluate in vitro swelling processes and drug release on hydrophilic matrix tablets
Miranda, A. josé Ricardo, miranda arruda jose ricardo, Corá Luciana Ap., Serra, H. R. Cristina, Silva F. Marina, Baffa Filho Oswaldo, Oliveira, B. Ricardo

Tu-156  AC Biosusceptometry to evaluate gastrointestinal transit in renal transplant recipients
Miranda, A. josé Ricardo, Borges Teixeira Maria do Carmo, Oliveira Ricardo B, Baffa Oswaldo, Americo Madileine F, Corá Luciana A.

Tu-157  Employment of a noninvasive magnetic method in the evaluation of gastrointestinal transit in rats
Quini Caio, Américo Madileine, Corá Luciana, Calabresi Marcos, Alvarez Matheus, Oliveira Ricardo, Miranda José Ricardo

Tu-158  Absorption and distribution patterns of magnetic nanoparticles through the gastrointestinal tract using ACB technique
Quini Caio, Calabresi Marcos, Simões Luís, Matos Juliana, Bakuzis Andris, Baffa Oswaldo, Miranda José Ricardo

Tu-159  Non-destructive quantitative imaging of magnetic nanoparticle distributions in arteries by multipole expansion
Wiekhorst Frank, Haberkorn Wolfgang, Steinhoff Uwe, Bär Markus, Trahms Lutz

Epilepsy - Room 8

Tu-68  Combined EEG and MEG Source Analysis of Epileptic Activity
Aydin Ümit, Vorwerk Johannes, Lucka Felix, Rampp Stefan, Heers Marcel, Kellinghaus Christoph, Wolters Carsten H.

Tu-69  Towards source volume estimation of interictal spikes in focal epilepsy using magnetoencephalography
Bouet Romain, Jung Julien, Delpuech Claude, Ryvlin Philippe, Isnard Jean, Guenot Marc, Bertrand Olivier, Mauguière François

Tu-70  Motor cortex oscillations, motor pathways and motor control in rolandic epilepsy
Brindley Lisa, Perry Gavin, Muthukumaraswamy Suresh, Gibbon Frances, Kirby Amanda, Peters Lynne, Thomas Marie, te Water Naude Johann, Williams Natalie, Jones Derek, Singh Krish, Hamandi Khalid

Tu-71  Linking resting-state MEG and fMRI brain networks in epilepsy
Douw Linda, Tanaka Naoaki, Hamailanen Matti, Stam Cornelis, Stufflebeam Steven

Tu-72  Presurgical workup in refractory epilepsy: The search for interictal MEG correlates of the seizure onset zone
Feindel Kirk W., Bardouille Timothy, Esser Michael J., Mohamed Ismail, Sadler R. Mark, Rahey Susan R., Clarke David B., Schmidt Matthias H., D'Arcy Ryan C.N.

Tu-73  Comparison of beamformer kurtosis measures on epilepsy surgery candidates measured on two different MEG platforms.
Furlong Paul, Witton Caroline, Seri Stefano, Worthen Sian, Cheung Teresa

Tu-74  Paradoxical lateralization of spikes with HR-EEG and MEG
Gavaret Martine, Badier Jean-Michel, Cruto Catarina, Bénar CG, Bartolomei Fabrice, Chauvel Patrick, Gavaret Martine

Tu-75  Beta-band oscillatory activity in magnetoencephalography correlates with focal cortical dysplasia type IIb in patients with symptomatic epilepsy
Heers Marcel, Hirschmann Jan, Jacobs Julia, Dümpelmann Matthias, Wellmer Jörg, Schnitzler Alfons

Tu-76  Localizing extratemporal lesion-related epileptogenic zone using magnetoencephalography in patients with dual pathology
Iida Koji, Hashizume Akira, Kagawa Kota, Katagiri Masaya, Kiua Yoshihiro, Kurisu Kaoru, Nishimoto Takeshi

Tu-77  EEG spectral topography and functional connectivity in temporal lobe epilepsy: a comprehensive survey
Quraan Maher, McCormick Cornelia, Cohn Melanie, Valiante Taufik, McAndrews Mary Pat

Tu-80  Effective connectivity as a tool for the determination of epileptic networks in multifocal MEG clusters
Jin Seung-Hyun, Chung Chun Kee, Jeong Woorim, Kim June Sic

Tu-81  Surgical outcome for MRI-negative epilepsy : predictive value of MEG modeling of Spiking Volume
Jung Julien, Bouet Romain, Delpuech Claude, Ryvlin Philippe, Isnard Jean, Guenot Marc, Bertrand Olivier, Mauguière François

Tu-82  Lobar localization information in epilepsy patients: comparison between long-term video-EEG monitoring and MEG
Koptelova Alexandra, Melikian Armen, Arkhipova Natalya, Stepanenko Alexei, Golovteev Alexandr, Kozlova Antonina, Grinenko Olesya, Stroganova Tatiana

Tu-83  Sedation effects on language mapping in a clinical population
McManis Mark, Perkins, Jr. Freedom

Tu-84  Spatial MEG Laterality Maps for Language
McWhinney Sean, Bardouille Timothy, Newman Aaron, DeBay Drew, Sadler Mark, Clarke David, Esser Michael, D'Arcy Ryan

Tu-85  Ictal gradient magnetic-field topography for intractable epilepsy
Murakami Hiroatsu, Shirozu Hiroshi, Masuda Hiroshi, Kameyama Shigeki, Kakita Akiyoshi, Takahashi Hitoshi

Tu-86  Functional analysis of epileptic spike at focal cortical dysplasia with spatial filtering analysis
Nakajima Midori, Takeuchi Fumiya, Ohtsuka Kohsuke, Ueda Yuki, Asahina Naoko, Takahashi Kayoko, Nakane Shingo, Kohsaka Shinobu, Shiraishi Hideaki

Tu-87  A MEG connectivity study on frontal epilepsies and idiopathic generalized epilepsies
Niso Guiomar, Garcés Pilar, Cuesta Pablo

Tu-88  Lateralized interictal MEG dipoles of generalized spike and waves in children with intractable epilepsy
Ochi Ayako, Go Cristina, Widjaja Elysa, Nishioka Kazuki, Donner Elizabeth, Weiss Shelly, Rutka James, Drake James, Snead III O. Carter, Otsubo Hiroshi

Tu-89  Functional connectivity  analysis of generalized epileptic discharges using MEG
Ossenblok Pauly, Ossenblok Pauly, van Houdt Petra, Colon Albert, van Luijtelaar Gilles

Tu-90  Consistent MEG results in tuberous sclerosis complex achieve the best seizure outcome by epilepsy surgery
Otsubo Hiroshi, Okanishi Tohru

Tu-91  Magnetoencephalographic measures of abnormal sensory oscillations: A window on photosensitive epilepsy
Perry Gavin, Brindley Lisa, Muthukumaraswamy Suresh, Singh Krish, Hamandi Khalid

Tu-92  The value of MEG as a presurgical evaluation tool: Adult nonlesional neocortical epilepsy
Jeong Woorim, Kim June Sic, Chung Chun Kee

Tu-93  Increased Fluctuations in Phase Synchronization Activity in Seizure Areas On Different Days Measured with 256 Channel Scalp EEG
Ramon Ceon, Holmes Mark

Tu-94  MEG epileptic gamma and ripple activity in a patient with focal cortical dysplasia
Rampp Stefan, Schönherr Margit, Kasper Burkhard, Stefan Hermann

Tu-95  Clinical Application of MEG Source Localization Algorithms in Presurgical Epilepsy Evaluation: Comparison to ECoG and Clinical Outcome
Rose Douglas, Fujiwara Hisako, Hemasilpin Nat, Tenney Jeffrey

Tu-96  Detecting increased high frequency oscillations and slow wave activity in the epileptogenic area using MEG
Schoenherr Margit, Kasper Burkhard, Stefan Hermann, Rampp Stefan

Tu-97  Magnetoencephalography as a prognostic tool for epilepsy surgery in patients with hippocampal sclerosis
Shigeto Hiroshi, Hironaga Naruhito, Takase Kei-ichiro, Hagiwara Koichi, Chatani Hiroshi, Morioka Takato, Hashiguchi Kimiaki, Sakata Ayumi, Tobimatsu Shozo, Kira Jun-ichi

Tu-98  Magnetoencephalography is Useful for Postsurgical Evaluation in Patients with Catastrophic Epilepsy
Shiraishi Hideaki, Ueda Yuki, Nakajima Midori, Otsuka Kosuke, Asahina Naoko, Kohsaka Shinobu

Tu-99  The dynamics of gradient magnetic-field topography (GMFT) proved by simultaneous electrocorticography / magnetoencephalography.
Shirozu Hiroshi, Murakami Hiroatsu, Masuda Hiroshi, Hashizume Akira, Kameyama Shigeki

Tu-200  Identification of Neuromagnetic High-frequency Oscillations in Pediatric Epilepsy using Autofocus Beamforming
Xiang Jing, Guo Xinyao, Tenney Jeffrey, Wu Ting, Qiao Hui, Holland Katherine, Glauser Tracy, Rose Douglas

Language - Room 101

Tu-129  N400m does not differ significantly between phonological, semantic or morpho-syntactic processing.

Bettus Gaelle, Dhond Rupali P., Kovacevic Sanja, Sherfey Jason, Halgren Eric, Marinkovic Ksenija

Tu-130  Categorical processing by hierarchical oscillations: a MEG study of speech perception
Bouton Sophie, Cohen-L'hyver Benjamin, Giraud Anne-Lise

Tu-131  Word meaning in the human brain: evidence for distinct category-specific neural semantic spaces.
Buiatti Marco, Finocchiaro Chiara, Caramazza Alfonso, Dehaene Stanislas, Piazza Manuela

Tu-132  Identical spatio-temporal patterns of rapid motor-cortex activation for action-related nouns and verbs: MEG study
Butorina Anna, Stroganova Tatiana, Shtyrov Yury, Nikolaeva Anastasia

Tu-133  Distinct brain networks underlying word segmentation revealed by Independent Component Analysis
Ripollés P., Lopez-Barroso D., Marco-Pallarés J., Rodriguez-Fornells A. James, de Diego-Balaguer R.

Tu-146  Effects of navigated rTMS on object and action naming
Hernandez-Pavon Julio Cesar, Mäkela Niko, Lehtinen Henri, Ilmoniemi Risto, Lioumis Pantelis, Mäkela Jyrki

Tu-147  Right-hemisphere language lateralization without a corpus callosum
Hinkley Leighton, Marco Elysa, Jeremy Rita, Barkovich A. James, Mukherjee Pratik, Sherr Elliott, Nagarajan Srikantan

Tu-148  What you say is what you are: Theta power differences during perception of speech from substance abuse treatment sessions
Houck Jon, Tesche Claudia, Moyers Theresa

Tu-149  Mapping of neural generators of electrophysiological responses to semantic and syntactic anomalies using MEG
Kielar Aneta, Panamsky Lily, Meltzer Jed, Links Kira

Tu-150  A Mirroring System for Language: Using MEG to Explore Developmental Changes in Sensory-Motor Connections for Speech
Kuhl Patricia, Ramirez Rey, Richards Todd, Stevenson Jeff, Akiyama Lisa, Imada Toshiaki, Lin Jo-fu Lotus, Mäkelä Jyrki Mäkelä

Tu-151  Connectomic signatures of language network in the spontaneous MEG
Kyong Jeong-Sug, Jin Seung-Hyun, Kim June Sic, Chung Chun Kee

Tu-184  Audio-visual speech integration is predicted by coupling of low frequency coherence and high gamma-power
Lange Joachim, Christian Nadine, Schnitzler Alfons

Tu-185  Oscillatory brain activity during reading of word and consonants measured with MEG.
Lizarazu Mikel, Lizarazu Mikel, Molinaro Nicola, Lavado Ion

Tu-186  Spatio-temporal dynamics of semantic priming effects on words and word stems: anatomically-constrained MEG
Marinkovic Ksenija, Padovan Nevena, Rosen Burke Q., Kovacevic Sanja

Tu-187  Event-related theta power during lexical-semantic retrieval and decision conflict is modulated by alcohol intoxication: anatomically-constrained MEG
Marinkovic Ksenija, Rosen Burke Q., Cox Brendan, Kovacevic Sanja

Tu-188  Modeling Prediction within the Semantic Language Network: A Dynamic Causal Modeling Study
Mamashli Fahimeh, Maess Burkhard, Obleser Jonas, Taulu Samu, Helle Liisa, Ahonen Antti, Friederici Angela D.

Tu-189  The role of brain oscillations in mediating linguistic relations
Mody Maria, Han Jooman, Ahlfors Seppo

Tu-190  The different role of consonants and vowels in visual word recognition: MEG correlates of relative position priming
Molinaro Nicola, Lizarazu Mikel, Carreiras Manuel, Duñabeitia Jon Andoni

Tu-191  MEG responses (ASSR) to tremolo like presentation of major and minor chords. 
Nemoto Iku, Nakata Hiroshi, Tanaka Keita, Uchikawa Yoshinori

Tu-192  Enhancing language comprehension with noninvasive brain stimulation
S. Ihara Aya, Fujimaki Norio, Wei Qiang, Soshi Takahiro, Mimura Takanori, Yorifuji Shiro, Hirata Masayuki, Goto Tetsu, Yoshimine Toshiki, Umehara Hiroaki

Tu-193  Cortical oscillations during lexical processing: MEG studies in adults and children
Tavabi Kambiz, Embick David, Roberts Timothy

Tu-194  Role of nested oscillations on speech tracking: an EcoG exploratory study
Teixeira Borges Filipa

Tu-195  Effect of external pacing on speech motor control: MEG/fMRI studies
Toyomura Akira, Yokosawa Koichi, Fujii Tetsunoshin, Kuriki Shinya

Tu-196  Coherence analysis for language function using the spatial filter technique of magnetoencephalography
Tsuyuguchi Naohiro, Okumura Eiichi, Ikeda Hidetoshi, Kunihiro Noritsugu

Tu-197  Correlation Study of the Cortical Magnetic Response to Word
Vvedensky Victor, Korshakov Alexey, Panchenko Vladislav

Tu-198  Spatiotemporal dynamics of speech comprehension as revealed by MVPA
Whiting Caroline, Woolgar Alexandra, Su Li, Fonteneau Elisabeth, Marslen-Wilson William

Tu-199  Role of magnetoencephalography/ magnetic source imaging (MEG/MSI) in tailored left anterior temporal lobectomy
Zhang Wenbo, Risse Gail, Dunn Mary, Ritter Frank, Dickens Deanna

Learning & Memory - Room 101

Tu-160  Unraveling the mechanism of perceptual bias of ambiguous stimuli in auditory cortex
Akram Sahar, Englitz Bernhard, Chambers Claire, Pressnitzer Daniel, Shamma Shihab

Tu-161  Predictability of auditory stimulus timing modulates neuromagnetic N1m responses
Ando Megumi, Yumoto Masato, Hara Keiko, Shinya Kuriki, Yatomi Yutaka, Matsuura Masato

Tu-162  Brain dynamics of mild cognitive impairment during face encoding.
Aurtenetxe Vicandi Sara, Perales Castellanos Nazareth, López García María Eugenia, Cuesta Pablo, Garcés López Pilar, Bajo Bretón Ricardo, García-Prieto Juan, Montejo Pedro, Gil Pedro, Delgado María Luisa, Rodriguez Gomez Octavio Jose, Beitia Garikoitz, Marcos Alberto, del Pozo Francisco, Maestù Unturbe Fernado

Tu-163  Encoding and retrieval of second language vocabulary
Davidson Doug, Dijkgraaf Aster

Tu-164  Effects of somatic stimulation on working memory function using a dual task paradigm as measured by magnetoencephalography (MEG)
Dick Bruce, Bardouille Timothy, D'Arcy Ryan, Clarke Maggie

Tu-165  Gamma-band activity in human prefrontal cortex codes for the number of items maintained during working memory
Frederic Roux, Michael Wibral, Harald Mohr, Wolf Singer, Peter Uhlhaas

Tu-166  Is the posterior superior temporal sulcus a critical locus for crossmodal integration?
Gilbert Jessica, Pillai Ajay, Horwitz Barry

Tu-167  A comparison of brain networks identified using fMRI and MEG during an N-back working memory task
Hale Joanne, Liddle Peter, Liddle Elizabeth, Woolrich Mark, Luckhoo Henry, Brookes Matthew, Morris Peter

Tu-168  Decrease of processing speed due to switching between tasks
Huotilainen Minna, Ahonen Lauri

Tu-169  Theta Oscillatory Synchrony and Cross-Frequency Coupling Coordinate Spatial Memory Retrieval
Kaplan Raphael, Bush Daniel, Bonnefond Mathilde, Barnes Gareth, Jensen Ole, Burgess Neil, Doeller Christian, Bandettini Peter

Tu-170  High-frequency neural oscillations in visual working memory: insights from MEG and PET
flumazenil data
Kujala Jan, Jung Julien, Bouvard Sandrine, Lecaignard Françoise, Lothe Amélie, Bouet Romain, Ciumas Carolina, Ryvlin Philippe, Jerbi Karim

Tu-171  Neural dynamics associated with semantic and episodic memory deficit in Alzheimer's disease: evidence from MEG
La Corte Valentina, Attal Yohan, Lemaréchal Jean-Didier, Schwartz Denis, Dalla Barba Gianfranco, George Nathalie

Tu-172  Network analysis based on graph filtration during working memory maintenance
Lee Dong Soo, Park Hyojin, Hahm Jarang, Lee Hyekyoung, Kang Hyejin

Tu-173  Modulations of lateralized alpha and gamma activity in a visuo-spatial working memory task
Lozano-Soldevilla Diego, Scheeringa Rene, Cools Roshan, Jensen Ole

Tu-174  Object naming in a foreign language: a pre/post MEG study of language learning
MacDonald Matt J., Cozma Adelina, Oh Anna, Pang Elizabeth

Tu-175  Memory load and auditory signal degradation elicit enhanced alpha power: an MEG study
Maess Burkhard, Wöstmann Malte, Hellbernd Nele, Wilsch Anna, Obleser Jonas

Tu-176  Atypical network oscillation dynamics in very preterm children during visual short-term memory processing
Moiseev Alexander, Doesburg Sam, Herdman Anthony, Beg Faisal, Miller Steven, Poskitt Ken, Ribary Urs, Grunau Ruth

Tu-177  Functional connectivity between bilateral premotor cortices during phonological working-memory task
Nanjo Tatsuya, Ono Yumie, Ishiyama Atsushi, Kasai Naoko

Tu-178  Serial memory scanning regardless of the memory set presentation type during the Sternberg task : a preliminary study using fMRI and MEG integrated analysis.
Okuhata Shiho, Kawai Hiroki, Natsukawa Hiroaki, Kobayashi Tetsuo

Tu-179  Time-on-task effect on workload level discriminability through electroencephalography
Roy Raphaëlle N., Bonnet Stéphane, Charbonnier Sylvie, Campagne Aurélie

Tu-180  Context overlap between study and test reverses theta oscillatory subsequent memory effects
Staudigl Tobias, Hanslmayr Simon

Tu-181  Modality-specific reactivation of visual and auditory processes during episodic memory retrieval.
Ueno Daisuke, Masumoto Kouhei, Iwaki Sunao

Tu-182  Desynchronization of alpha-band rhythm corresponding to primary and recency effects in a sequential short-term memory task
Yokosawa Koichi, Matsui Asami, Momiki Takuya, Watanabe Tatsuya, Takahashi Makoto, Kuriki Shinya

Tu-183  Acoustic textures improve motion discrimination: indexing metamodal plasticity with MEG
Zilber Nicolas, Ciuciu Philippe, Gramfort Alexandre, van Wassenhowe Virginie

Modeling - 1 - Room 8

Tu-1  Assessment of Hippocampal Source Localization with DBA Model Using Noise Normalized Minimum Norm Estimates: a MEG study
attal yohan, Schwartz Denis

Tu-2  Localization of ictal events recorded in MEG with beamforming techniques
Badier Jean-Michel, Cruto Catarina, Benar Christian, Bartolomei Fabrice, Chauvel Patrick, Gavaret Martine

Tu-3  Non-invasive validation of human cortical current flow images
Barnes Gareth, Lopez Jose, Stevenson Claire, Troebinger Luzia, Hillebrand Arjan, Henson Rik, Mattout Jeremie, Penny Will, Brookes Matt, Morris Peter

Tu-4  Special Finite Elements for Dipole Modelling
Bauer Martin, Wolters Carsten, Köstler Harald, Pursiainen Sampsa

Tu-5  The need of accurate modeling in simultaneous ECoG and E/MEG studies
Beltrachini Leandro, von Ellenrieder Nicolás, Muravchik Carlos

Tu-6  Multimodal EEG/MEG fusion within the Maximum Entropy on the Mean (MEM) framework
Chowdhury Rasheda, Zerouali Younes, Lina Jean-Marc, Kobayashi Eliane, Grova Christophe

Tu-7  Domain Decomposition to handle versatile conductivity models
Clerc Maureen, Olivi Emmanuel, Papadopoulo Théodore

Tu-8  Improvements in MEG source reconstruction for reliable intersubject comparison
Eich Eberhard, Boers Frank, Breuer Lukas, Chocholacs Harald, Dammers Juergen, Shah N. Jon

Tu-9  Accuracy of neural-source strengths estimated from a small number of MEG trial data
Fujimaki Norio, Terazono Yasushi, Ihara Aya, Wei Qiang, Matani Ayumu, Hayakawa Tomoe, Umehara Hiroaki

Tu-10  Accuracy of spatio-temporal reconstruction using entropic technique from MEG data
Hedrich Tanguy, Kobayashi Eliane, Lina Jean-Marc, Grova Christophe

Tu-11  Localization of vortex shaped current sources in a physical torso phantom
Jazbinsek Vojko, Kring Karina, Trontelj Zvonko, Haueisen Jens, Liehr Mario

Tu-12  Estimation on the Conductivity of Cardiac Tissue in Magnetocardiography
Jiang Shiqin, Zhang Wei

Tu-13  Extension of Basis Function Source Model: Applying Normalized-cut to the Segment of ROI for MEG Source Reconstruction
Kan, Jin

Tu-14  Spatial Improvement of MEG Source Reconstruction by Applying Bayesian Super-resolution method
Kan, Jin

Tu-15  Imaging of epileptogenic zone using L2 norm spatial filter
Kaneko Yuu, Okazaki Mitsutoshi, Takahashi Akio, Kaido Takanobu, Otsuki Taisuke

Tu-16  Influence of interior cerebrospinal fluid compartments on EEG source analysis
Lanfer Benjamin, Paul-Jordanov Isabella, Scherg Michael, Wolters Carsten H.

Tu-26  Skull Defects in MEG and EEG: Experimental Results and Modeling
Lau Stephan, Guellmar Daniel, Flemming Lars, Haueisen Jens

Tu-27  Effects of brain inhomogeneity and anisotropy on the estimation of source parameters and functional connectivity
Lew Seok, Hämäläinen Matti, Okada Yoshio, Grant P.Ellen, Wolters Carsten

Tu-28  Hierarchical Fully-Bayesian Inference for EEG/MEG combination: Examination of Depth Localization and Source Separation using Realistic FE Head Models
Lucka Felix, Pursiainen Sampsa, Burger Martin, Wolters Carsten H.

Tu-29  Calculating the Electric Fields in Real Human Head by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Using H-Coil
Lu Mai, Ueno Shoogo

Tu-30  Assessment of Induced Electric Currents in Patient's Head Exposed to Pulsed Z-Gradient Coil in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Lu Mai, Ueno Shoogo

Tu-31  Comparison of Induced Electric Fields in Child and Adult Head Models by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Lu Mai, Ueno Shoogo

Tu-32  EEG forward simulation through the complete electrode model for a  head of a newborn
Pursiainen Sampsa, Wolters Carsten, Hämäläinen Matti, Lew Seok

Tu-111  Differential Contributions of Cortical Sources to Scalp EEGs and MEGs
Ramon Ceon, Gargiulo Paolo, Fridgeirsson Egill

Tu-112  Changes in Scalp Potentials and Magnetic Fields Due to a Stroke
Ramon Ceon, Gargiulo Paolo, Fridgeirsson Egill

Tu-113  Multi-trial evoked EEG and Independent Component Analysis
Sarvas Jukka, Metsomaa Johanna, Ilmoniemi Risto

Tu-114  Improvement of beamformer source reconstructions using sensor-array subsampling
Schoffelen Jan Mathijs, Gross Joachim, Oostenveld Robert

Tu-115  Robust Bayesian algorithm that can reconstruct diffuse source distributions
Sekihara Kensuke, Attias Hagai, Nagarajan Srikantan

Tu-116  Particle filtering of static dipoles in MEG
Sorrentino Alberto, Johansen Adam, Aston John, Nichols Thomas, Kendall Wilfrid

Tu-117  Comparison of BEM and FDM head modeling in SPM for EEG source reconstruction based on free energy
Strobbe Gregor, López Jose David, van Mierlo Pieter, Vanderperren Katrien, Mijovic Bogdan, De Vos Maarten, Van Huffel Sabine, Hallez Hans, Vandenberghe Stefaan

Tu-118  Analyzing trial-to-trial variability of neuronal activity using MEG/EEG source reconstruction with mixed norm priors in the time-frequency domain
Strohmeier Daniel, Kowalski Matthieu, Haueisen Jens, Hämäläinen Matti, Gramfort Alexandre

Tu-119  Comparison of Boundary Element and Finite Element Approaches to the EEG Forward Problem
Vorwerk Johannes, Burger Martin, Wolters Carsten, Clerc Maureen

Tu-120  Validation and Application of Realistic Head Modelling to MEG
Vorwerk Johannes, Lanfer Benjamin, Grüne Florian, Wolters Carsten

Tu-121  Sensitivity of EEG leads to volume conductor properties
Wagner Sven, Vorwerk Johannes, Ruthotto Lars, Kugel Harald, Burger Martin, Knösche Thomas, Maess Burkhard, Wolters Carsten H.

Tu-122  Comparison of direct and reciprocal forward modeling approaches in EEG source analysis
Wagner Sven, Lucka Felix, Burger Martin, Grasedyck Lars, Haueisen Jens, Wolters Carsten H.

Tu-123  Volume conduction effects in tDCS using a 1mm geometry-adapted hexahedral finite element head model
Wagner Sven, Rampersad Sumientra, Vorwerk Johannes, Aydin Ümit, Neuling Toralf, Herrmann Christoph S., Stegemann Dick, Wolters Carsten H.

Tu-124  Simultaneous Spectral EEG/MEG Inverse Solution Using Variational Bayes: Simulation and Analysis of Alpha Lateralization by Attention
Winter William, Thorpe Samuel, Garcia Javier, Huang Mingxiong, Srinivasan Ramesh

Tu-125  Diffeomorphic Susceptibility Artefact Correction of Diffusion-Weighted Magnetic Resonance Images
Wolters Carsten, Ruthotto Lars, Kugel Harald, Olesch Janine, Fischer Bernd, Modersitzki Jan, Burger Martin

Tu-126  A state-space modeling approach for reconstructing the spatially focal and temporally smooth current sources using the spatially inhomogeneous dynamical model
Yamashita Okito, Fukushima Makoto, Kanemura Atsunori, Ishii Shin, Kawato Mitsuo, Sato Masa-aki

Tu-127  Statistical Theory of Beamformer-based Brain Mapping
Zhang Jian, Green Gary

Ongoing activity & Resting state - Room 8

Tu-50  Cortical oscillatory activity of DBS treated Parkinsonian patients
Airaksinen Katja, Butorina Anna, Pekkonen Eero, Nurminen Jussi, Taulu Samu, Ahonen Antti, Schnitzler Alfons, Mäkelä Jyrki P

Tu-51  MEG Functional Connectivity Reveals a Task-Positive Sensorimotor Network
Bardouille Timothy, Boe Shaun

Tu-52  Imaging coherence in schizophrenia: a pilot MEG study
Bowyer Susan, Gjini Klevest, Boutros Nash, Moran John, Zhu Xiao, Kim Lawrence, Gumenyuk Valentina, Tepley Norman

Tu-53  Measuring Functional Connectivity in MEG: a Multi-Variate Approach Insensitive to Source Leakage
Brookes Matt, Woolrich Mark, Barnes Gareth

Tu-54  A Computational Model of Resting-state MEG
Cabral Joana, Luckhoo Henry, Woolrich Mark, Joensson Morten, Mohseni Hamid, Kringelbach Morten, Deco Gustavo

Tu-55  Regionally specific theta, alpha, and gamma resting state abnormalities in schizophrenia
Chen Yu-Han, Howell Breannan, Edgar J. Christopher, Huang Mingxiong, Hunter Michael, Epstein Emerson, Cañive Jose

Tu-56  Resting state network activity during mindfulness meditation
Coulson Louisa, Luckhoo Henry, Norbury Raymond, Woolrich Mark, Mackay Clare, Barnhofer Thorsten, Braeutigam Sven, Williams Mark, Ebmeier Klaus

Tu-57  Resting state functional connectivity patterns associated with ApoE genotype. A MEG study in Mild Cognitive Impairment.
Cuesta Prieto Pablo, Garcés López Pilar, Aurtenetxe Vicandi Sara, López García Maria Eugenia, Perales Castellanos Nazareth, Bajo Bretón Ricardo, García-Prieto Juan, Montejo Pedro, Gil Pedro, Barabash Ana, Cabranes José Antonio, Sancho Miguel, del Pozo Francisco, Maestù Unturbe Fernando

Tu-58  Effects of Oxytocin Administration on Activity in War Veterans Exposed to Combat-Related Trauma
Goldstein Avi, Eidelman Moran, Schneiderman Inna, Weisman Omri, Feldman Ruth

Tu-59  Representation of neural plasticity and executive function in resting-state functional connectivity
Hinkley Leighton, Marco Elysa, Fisher Melissa, Jeremy Rita, Mukherjee Pratik, Sherr Elliott, Vinogradov Sophia, Nagarajan Srikantan

Tu-60  Effect of menstrual cycle on beta-gamma cross-frequency coupling revealed by resting neuromagnetic activity
Lee Pin-Shiuan, Chen Li-Fen, Hsieh Jen-Chuen

Tu-61  The default mode network of the inebriated brain
Lithari Chrysa, Klados Manousos, Pappas Costas, Albani Maria, Kapoukranidou Dorothea, Fragou Domniki, Bamidis Panagiotis, Papadelis Christos

Tu-62  Connectivity and task- induced deactivation in the DMN. A MEG study in Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
López María Eugenia, Bajo Ricardo, Aurtenetxe Sara, Garcés Pilar, Cuesta Pablo, Catellanos Nazareth, Montenegro Mercedes, Yubero Raquel, Delgado Maria Luisa, Marcos Alberto, García Juan, del Pozo Francisco, Maestú Fernando

Tu-63  Frequency Specific Interactions of MEG resting state activity within and across brain networks as revealed by Multivariate Interaction Measure
Marzetti Laura, Della Penna Stefania, Snyder Abraham Z, de Pasquale Francesco, Pizzella Vittorio, Romani Gian Luca

Tu-64  Effects of continuous theta burst stimulation on human sensorimotor oscillatory activity
McAllister Craig, Rönnqvist Kim, Stanford Ian, Woodhall Gavin, Furlong Paul, Hall Stephen

Tu-65  Statistical mapping of pathological slow activity in resting-state MEG data.
Meltzer Jed, Braun Allen

Tu-66  A novel method for detection of phase shift of alpha rhythm in single trial
Naruse Yasushi, Takiyama Ken, Okada Masato, Umehara Hiroaki

Tu-67  Monochromatic ultra slow oscillations in the human electroencephalogram 
Nikulin Vadim, Fedele Tommaso, Mehnert Jan, Lipp Axel, Noack Cornelia, Steinbrink Jens, Curio Gabriel

Tu-78  EEG spectral topography and functional connectivity in patients with treatment resistant depression after DBS surgery
Quraan Maher, Protzner Andrea, Giacobbe Peter, Kennedy Sidney, Lozano Andres, McAndrews Mary Pat

Tu-79  EEG activity during blue and red light exposures in the early morning
Okamoto Yosuke, Rea Mark, Figueiro Mariana

Tu-100  Changes of the electroencephalogram induced by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation: A comparison of different stimulation protocols in healthy subjects
Wozniak-Kwasniewska Agata, Szekely David, David Olivier

Tu-101  Are behavioral and neuronal scaling laws correlated?
Zhigalov Alexander, Palva J. Matias, Palva Satu

Tu-102  Scale-free properties of MEG brain signals capture plasticity
Zilber Nicolas, Ciuciu Philippe, Abry Patrice, van Wassenhove Virginie

Physiological basis of MEG and EEG signals - 08/28/12 - Room 8

Tu-103  Stimulus-specific adaptation measured in rodents using MEG
Christianson Gestur, Chait Maria, de Cheveigné Alain, Linden Jennifer

Tu-104  A modeling study of the neurophysiological response to transcranial magnetic stimulation in a simple rat head model
De Geeter Nele, Crevecoeur Guillaume, Dupré Luc, Wyckhuys Tine, Staelens Steven

Tu-105  Computational Neural Modeling of MEG Signals at the Cellular Level: Insights into Spontaneous and Evoked Sensory Signals
Jones Stephanie, Okada Yoshio, Grant Ellen, Moore Christopher

Tu-106  Theta phase reset in rat S1 upon tactile stimulation
Maris Eric, Dimitriadis George, Fransen Anne

Tu-107  Gamma power in superficial layers is coupled to the phase of alpha oscillations in deeper layers in monkey visual cortex
Spaak Eelke, Maier Alexander, Bonnefond Mathilde, Leopold David, Jensen Ole

Tu-108  Macroscopic high-frequency EEG responses reflect single neuronal spikes
Telenczuk Bartosz, Baker Stuart, Kempter Richard, Curio Gabriel

Tu-110  A neuronal network model for simulating the effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on local field potential power spectra
Wienbruch Christian, Bey Alina, Leue Stefan

Visual processing - Room 8

Tu-17  The effect of 1/f fluctuation in inter-stimulus interval of flicker stimulus on flicker fusion threshold and visual evoked magnetic field
Harada Nobuyoshi, Iwaki Sunao

Tu-18  Visual evoked magnetic fields elicited by checkerboard color-reversal stimulations.
Hatanaka Keisaku, Kutsuna Yuuki, Fujii Teruaki, Hashiue Naohumi, Kondoh Kazuma

Tu-19  Temporal dynamics of spatial phase congruency sensitivity in human visual cortex
Henriksson Linda, Hyvärinen Aapo, Vanni Simo

Tu-20  Parietal Beta Activity Predicts Form/Motion Integration
Aissani Charles, Martinerie Jacques, Paradis Anne-Lise, Lorenceau Jean

Tu-21  Looking for the LOC with MEG using frequency-tagged natural objects
Benmussa frederic, Dornbierer Jean-Gabriel, Buffat Stephane, Paradis Anne-Lise, Lorenceau Jean

Tu-22  Temporal Dynamics Underlying Cognitive Processing of Referential Gaze
Engemann Denis, Frank Boers, Hannah Eckert, Leonhard Schilbach, Bert Timmermans, Jürgen Dammers, Vogeley Kai

Tu-23  Investigating the neural correlates of the Stroop effect with the magnetoencephalography
Galer sophie, Op de Beeck Marc, Urbain Charline, Bourguignon Mathieu, Ligot Noémie, Peigneux Philippe, Van Bogaert Patrick, De Tiège Xavier

Tu-24  Frequency-dependent topographical variations of visual steady-state responses recorded by MEG
Gauthier Baptiste, Kleinschmidt Andreas, Van Wassenhove Virginie

Tu-25  Abnormal oscillatory MEG brain activity in cirrhotic patients
Götz Theresa, Günther Albrecht, Kranczioch Cornelia, Huonker Ralph, Witte Otto W., Debener Stefan

Tu-33  Categorizing faces and scenes in source space on the basis of oscillations
Jafarpour Anna, Barnes Gareth R., Fuentemilla Lluis, Duzel Emrah

Tu-34  Minor structural abnormalities in the infant face disrupt neural processing: a unique window into early parental responses
Kringelbach Morten, Parsons Christine, Young Katie, Mohseni Hamid, Woolrich Mark, Thomsen Kristine, Joensson Morten, Murray Lynne, Goodacre Tim, Stein Alan

Tu-35  Time evolution of the Steady State Visual Evoked Potentials
Labecki Maciej, Pidde Aleksandra, Chabuda Anna, Kijek Aleksander, Kruszynski Mateusz, Zygierewicz Jaroslaw

Tu-36  Nonlinear processing in neural activity related to binocular interaction
Matsubayashi Junko, Naruse Yasushi, Shinozaki Takashi, Terazono Yasushi, Kato Makoto, Murata Tsutomu, Umehara Hiroaki

Tu-37  Facial color and inversion effects on N170 ERP component
Minami Tetsuto, Changvisommid Linda, Nakajima Kae, Nakauchi Shigeki

Tu-38  MEG evidence that contrast and colinearity speed up the brain
Paradis Anne-Lise, Morel Shasha, Lorenceau Jean, Seriès Peggy

Tu-39  Localisation of gamma oscillations induced by faces using phase scrambled control stimuli
Perry Gavin, Singh Krish

Tu-40  Estimation of visual perception timing for gradual onset of random-dots coherent motion
Qi Liang, Amano Kaoru, Takeda Tsunehiro

Tu-41  The construction of form by the cerebral cortex
Shigihara Yoshihito, Zeki Semir

Tu-42  Visual processing of self-attributed action effects
Stenner Max-Philipp, Bauer Markus, Heinze Hans-Jochen, Dolan Ray

Tu-43  Attentional modulation of the earliest visual neuromagnetic responses
Susac Ana, Bubic Andreja, Josef Golubic Sanja, Huonker Ralph, Goetz Theresa, Haueisen Jens, Supek Selma

Tu-44  Steady-state visually evoked fields to positive and negative impression stimuli
Tanaka Keita, Katayama Syota, Kuriki Shinya, Uchikawa Yoshinori

Tu-45  Interactions between Transient Auditory and Steady State Visual Stimuli
Tsiatsis Panagiotis, Noppeney Uta

Tu-46  Classifying perceived natural images from MEG data using multivariate methods
van de Nieuwenhuijzen Marieke, Backus Alexander, Bahramisharif Ali, Doeller Christian, Jensen Ole, van Gerven Marcel

Tu-47  Early latency components P45m-N75m of visual evoked neuromagnetic fields reflect neural conduction in the optic radiation
Hirata Masayuki, Goto Tetsu, Onodera Junko, Sugata Hisato, Yoshimine Toshiki, Yorifuji Shiro

Tu-48  Non-invasive measurement of long-range gamma synchronization in humans
Iemi Luca, Schwarzkopf D. Samuel, Geraint Rees, Barnes Gareth

Tu-49  Visual evoked magnetic fields to 4 Hz repetitive pattern-reversal stimulation
Ikeda Takuro, Goto Yoshinobu, Tobimatsu Shozo

 



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