Markus Ploner

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Neurology TUM - TU München 
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May ES, Ávila CG, Dinh ST, et al. (2021) Dynamics of brain function in chronic pain patients assessed by microstate analysis of resting-state electroencephalography. Pain
May ES, Hohn VD, Nickel MM, et al. (2021) Modulating Brain Rhythms of Pain Using Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS) - A Sham-Controlled Study in Healthy Human Participants. The Journal of Pain
Ploner M, Tiemann L. (2021) Exploring Dynamic Connectivity Biomarkers of Neuropsychiatric Disorders. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Heitmann H, Andlauer TFM, Korn T, et al. (2020) Fatigue, depression, and pain in multiple sclerosis: How neuroinflammation translates into dysfunctional reward processing and anhedonic symptoms. Multiple Sclerosis (Houndmills, Basingstoke, England). 1352458520972279
Heitmann H, Haller B, Tiemann L, et al. (2020) Longitudinal prevalence and determinants of pain in multiple sclerosis: results from the German National Multiple Sclerosis Cohort study. Pain. 161: 787-796
Ploner M, Gross J. (2019) Gamma Oscillations Shape Pain in Animals and Humans. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Hohn VD, May ES, Ploner M. (2019) From correlation towards causality: modulating brain rhythms of pain using transcranial alternating current stimulation. Pain Reports. 4: e723
Nickel MM, Ta Dinh S, May ES, et al. (2019) Neural oscillations and connectivity characterizing the state of tonic experimental pain in humans. Human Brain Mapping
Dinh ST, Nickel MM, Tiemann L, et al. (2019) Brain dysfunction in chronic pain patients assessed by resting-state electroencephalography. Pain
Tiemann L, Hohn VD, Dinh ST, et al. (2019) Perceptual and motor responses directly and indirectly mediate the effects of noxious stimuli on autonomic responses. Pain
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