P1. Gloria Sinato. Investigating the role of heparan sulfate in schizophrenia.
P2. Vadim Le Joncour. Spatially resolved glioblastoma Invadome identifies neurodevelopmental pathway reprogramming.
P3. Iina Annala. Insights on the mechanism of action of NMDA receptor blocker ketamine.
P4. Rahaf Keskinen. Exploring the role of RNA methylation in synaptic plasticity and hippocampus-dependent learning through the application of novel pharmacological tools.
P5. Joni Haikonen. Absence of GluK1 kainate receptors from PV+ interneurons leads to perturbed amygdala circuit function, hyperactivity and fear of novelty.
P6. Rakenduvadhana Srinivasan. GluK1 kainate receptors are necessary for functional maturation of parvalbumin interneurons.
P7. Vasilii Shteinikov. Impact of early life stress on limbic microcircuitry and specific types of interneurons.
P8. Margarita Komarova. Role of kainate receptors in the development of mouse striatum.
P9. Joonas Nurmi. Elfn1 regulates inputs differentially to the cholinergic neurons of the striatum and deletion of Elfn1 contributes to ADHD like phenotype.
P10. Anastasia Ludwig. Rodent in vivo imaging and electrophysiology platform at the Neuroscience Center, HiLife.
P11. Juha Nuutila. Controlling visually-guided behavior of mice in real time in closed–loop Quantum Behavior experiments.
P12. Jenni Saaristo. The hippocampal audio editor – neural correlates of event segmentation in an auditory narrative.
P13. Tuija Tolonen. Adults with ADHD present large-scale decreased functional connectivity during spatial and verbal working memory tasks.
P14. Piia Haakana. Earlobe electrical stimulation enhances the effect of paired associative stimulation more than auricular vagus nerve stimulation.
P15. Matilda Makkonen. Real-time EEG-based spike detection for suppression of epileptic activity with TMS
P16. Elena Ukharova. Optimization of TMS—EEG target for biomarker development using MRI priors.
P17. Joonas Laurinoja. Accuracy of estimating EEG phase for brain state-dependent TMS inside an MRI device.
P18. Shokoofeh Parvin. Effect of stimulus orientation in paired-pulse Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation protocols on the spatial activation of forearm muscles.
P19. Timo Syvälahti. Cortical activity networks at birth correlate with 2-year neurodevelopment in infants with perinatal asphyxia.
P20. Emil Hein. Acute social stress induces slow-wave sleep and promotes high-frequency EEG activity: an experimental study.
P21. Paavo Hietala. Improving source estimation of retinotopic MEG responses with joint analysis of multiple subjects.
P22. Mikael Grön. Automatic remnant magnetic field compensation using OPM sensors and biplanar electromagnetic coils.
P23. Hannah Terborg. MEG hyperscanning meets network science: graph-theoretical exploration of intra- and inter-brain connectivity.
P24. Hamed Haque. The central executive core network of working memory.
P25. Lotta Ahveninen. OPTIMIZING MUSIC INTERVENTIONS IN DEMENTIA CARE: Research plan for a PhD thesis.
P26. Lina Sun. Decoding brain activities of literary metaphor comprehension: An event-related potential and EEG spectral analysis.
P27. Yalin Sun. Masked Priming Effects on Metaphor Comprehension in Chinese English Learners: An ERP Study.
P28. Xichu Zhua. Hemispheric dominance of metaphor processing for Chinese-English bilinguals: DVF and ERPs evidence.
P29. Maija Orjatsalo. Snoring was related to self-reported daytime sleepiness and tiredness in young adults performing compulsory conscript service.
P30. Maarit Piirtola. Traumatic life events as predictors for depression in men and women: A Finnish twin study.
P31. Lari Virtanen. Spatially intermixed color distributions are segmented by hue, not by color category.
P32. Arsene Kanyamibwa. Tempting tastes in focus: forming a picture set of high-fat/high-carbohydrate foods for the Finnish population.
P33. Ehtasham Javed. Critical-like bistable dynamics characterize Alzheimer’s disease progression.
P34. Alexandra Andersson. Oscillatory mechanisms of serial and concurrent visual working memory.
P35. Judith Sattelberger. Oscillatory mechanisms of bilateral visual working memory.