The prize is awarded to young researchers by the Austrian Society for Neuropsychology (GNPÖ). Christine receives the prize for her work on circadian rhythms in severely brain-injured patients with disorders of consciousness.
“Whoever sleeps well, learns better.” Michael Hahn and Kerstin Hödlmoser found in a 8-year comparison that a very specific brain flow pattern (sleep spindle) plays a key role in the development of sleep-dependent memory consolidation.
In the end of June, Christine Blume has been awarded a Schrödinger Fellowship from the Austrian Science Fund FWF. From 2019 on she is going to spend two years at the Department for Chronobiology at the Psychiatric University Clinic Basel
The study of Julia Krebs, Dietmar Roehm and their colleagues Ronnie Wilbur and Evie Malaia, investigates the processing of locally ambiguous argument structures in Austrian Sign Language (ÖGS). Their experiment aimed to examine whether these structures are processed by a
In this study Christine Blume and Manuel Schabus and their colleagues sought to investigate to what extent processing of environmental stimuli is still possible during sleep and especially deep NREM and REM sleep. Moreover, they were interested in whether inhibition
From 6th December (9:00 – 17:30) to 7th December (9:00 – 13:00) 2017 at the University of Salzburg (Salzburg, Austria). With Genevieve Albouy (University of Leuven), Wolfgang Schöllhorn (University of Mainz), Philippe Peigneux (University of Bruxelles), and many more… For
CCNS member Yvonne Höller received a € 309,125.25 FWF grant for her project “High-Frequency Oscillations in the High-Density EEG”.
CCNS member Kerstin Hödlmoser received a Fulbright Grant from Fulbright Austria.
CCNS member Matthias Schurz received an Erwin Schrödinger Fellowship from the FWF for his intended postdoctoral stay in the UK.
In the short movie “Research Facilities” at the University of Salzburg, our Laboratory for Sleep, Cognition & Consciousness Research and our eye tracking & MRI labs are shortly presented in time segment 3:45 to 5:05.