Christina Schmidt

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Van Egroo M, Chylinski DO, Narbutas J, et al. (2020) Early brainstem [18F]THK5351 uptake is linked to cortical hyper-excitability in healthy aging. Jci Insight
Muto V, Koshmanova E, Ghaemmaghami P, et al. (2020) Alzheimer's disease genetic risk and sleep phenotypes: association with more slow-waves and daytime sleepiness. Sleep
Berthomier C, Muto V, Schmidt C, et al. (2020) Exploring scoring methods for research studies: Accuracy and variability of visual and automated sleep scoring. Journal of Sleep Research. e12994
Cajochen C, Reichert C, Maire M, et al. (2019) Evidence That Homeostatic Sleep Regulation Depends on Ambient Lighting Conditions during Wakefulness. Clocks & Sleep. 1: 517-531
Van Egroo M, Narbutas J, Chylinski D, et al. (2019) Preserved wake-dependent cortical excitability dynamics predict cognitive fitness beyond age-related brain alterations. Communications Biology. 2: 449
Van Egroo M, Narbutas J, Chylinski D, et al. (2019) Preserved wake-dependent cortical excitability dynamics predict cognitive fitness beyond age-related brain alterations. Communications Biology. 2: 449
Narbutas J, Egroo MV, Chylinski D, et al. (2019) Cognitive efficiency in late midlife is linked to lifestyle characteristics and allostatic load. Aging. 11
Maire M, Reichert CF, Gabel V, et al. (2019) Author Correction: Human brain patterns underlying vigilant attention: impact of sleep debt, circadian phase and attentional engagement. Scientific Reports. 9: 12379
Chellappa SL, Bromundt V, Frey S, et al. (2019) Association of Intraocular Cataract Lens Replacement With Circadian Rhythms, Cognitive Function, and Sleep in Older Adults. Jama Ophthalmology
Gaggioni G, Ly JQM, Muto V, et al. (2019) Age-related decrease in cortical excitability circadian variations during sleep loss and its links with cognition. Neurobiology of Aging. 78: 52-63
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