Christian Grefkes, M.D.

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Neurology University Hospital Cologne and Research Center Juelich 
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Tscherpel C, Grefkes C. (2019) [Brain stimulation for treating stroke-related motor deficits]. Der Nervenarzt. 90: 1005-1012
Greene C, Cieslak M, Volz LJ, et al. (2019) Finding maximally disconnected subnetworks with shortest path tractography. Neuroimage. Clinical. 23: 101903
Weiss Lucas C, Kallioniemi E, Neuschmelting V, et al. (2019) Cortical Inhibition of Face and Jaw Muscle Activity and Discomfort Induced by Repetitive and Paired-Pulse TMS During an Overt Object Naming Task. Brain Topography
Viswanathan S, Wang BA, Abdollahi RO, et al. (2018) Freely chosen and instructed actions are terminated by different neural mechanisms revealed by kinematics-informed EEG. Neuroimage
Hensel L, Hoffstaedter F, Caspers J, et al. (2018) Functional Connectivity Changes of Key Regions for Motor Initiation in Parkinson's Disease. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Pläschke RN, Cieslik EC, Müller VI, et al. (2018) Corrigendum to "On the integrity of functional brain networks in schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease, and advanced age: Evidence from connectivity-based single-subject classification." Human Brain Mapping. 39: 4633-4635
Nettekoven C, Reck N, Goldbrunner R, et al. (2018) Short- and long-term reliability of language fMRI. Neuroimage
Kleineberg NN, Dovern A, Binder E, et al. (2018) Action and semantic tool knowledge - Effective connectivity in the underlying neural networks. Human Brain Mapping
Nackaerts E, Michely J, Heremans E, et al. (2018) Training for Micrographia Alters Neural Connectivity in Parkinson's Disease. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 3
Nackaerts E, Michely J, Heremans E, et al. (2017) Being on Target: Visual Information during Writing Affects Effective Connectivity in Parkinson's Disease. Neuroscience. 371: 484-494
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