Carina Renate Oehrn

University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
Cognitive Neuroscience, Clinical Neuroscience, electrophysiology, oscillations, conflict, memory, motor and cognitive function in Parkinson's disease
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M Jones Gotman research assistant 2006-2006 Montreal Neuorological Institute
Roland Jouvent grad student 2006-2007 Hôpital Universitaire de la Pitié-Salpêtrière
Emrah Düzel grad student 2007-2008 UCL
Nikolai Axmacher grad student 2010-2016 University of Bonn
Philip Starr research scientist 2021- UCSF
Lars Timmermann research scientist 2016-2021 University of Marburg
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Oehrn CR, Molitor L, Krause K, et al. (2022) Non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation in epilepsy patients enhances cooperative behavior in the prisoner's dilemma task. Scientific Reports. 12: 10255
Loehrer PA, Weber I, Oehrn CR, et al. (2022) Microstructural alterations predict impaired bimanual control in Parkinson's disease. Brain Communications. 4: fcac137
Ansó J, Benjaber M, Parks B, et al. (2022) Concurrent stimulation and sensing in bi-directional brain interfaces: a multi-site translational experience. Journal of Neural Engineering
Ten Oever S, Sack AT, Oehrn CR, et al. (2021) An engram of intentionally forgotten information. Nature Communications. 12: 6443
Busch JL, Haeussler FS, Domahs F, et al. (2021) German normative data with naming latencies for 283 action pictures and 600 action verbs. Behavior Research Methods
Loehrer PA, Nettersheim FS, Oehrn CR, et al. (2021) Increased prefrontal top-down control in older adults predicts motor performance and age-group association. Neuroimage. 240: 118383
Weber I, Niehaus H, Krause K, et al. (2021) Trust your gut: vagal nerve stimulation in humans improves reinforcement learning. Brain Communications. 3: fcab039
Oehrn CR, Schönenkorb J, Timmermann L, et al. (2021) Schizotypy in Parkinson's disease predicts dopamine-associated psychosis. Scientific Reports. 11: 759
Dembek TA, Roediger J, Horn A, et al. (2019) Probabilistic Sweetspots Predict Motor Outcome for DBS in Parkinson's Disease. Annals of Neurology
Carl B, Bopp M, Gjorgjevski M, et al. (2018) Implementation of intraoperative computed tomography for deep brain stimulation: pitfalls and optimization of workflow, accuracy, and radiation exposure. World Neurosurgery
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