Janine Kesselheim

Email

Tel.

+45 3862 6516

Position

PhD student

Affiliations

University of Copenhagen

Research Interests

Human brain plasticity, motor control, I-wave interaction, NIBS, electrophysiology

Research Groups

Brain Stimulation
EEG
Interventional Neurophysiology

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2014

MSc in Biomedical Engineering

2012

BSc in Bioprocess-Engineering

Employments

2015 - Present

PhD Student, DRCMR

2015 - 2015

Research Assistant, DRMCR

Publications

Video Pitch: Presentation


Kesselheim, J., Takemi, M., Karabanov, A. & Siebner, H. R.
Is there a causal link between afferent inhibition and oscillatory brain stimulation in the human sensorimotor cortex? 2018.

Kesselheim, J., Takemi, M., Jønsson, M. G., Karabanov, A. & Siebner, H. R.
Exploiting I-wave rhythmicity to optimize the stimulus-response relationship for TMS of M1. 1 p., 2016.

Kesselheim, J., Takemi, M., Jønsson, M. G., Karabanov, A. & Siebner, H. R.
Exploiting I-Wave Rhythmicity To Optimizing The Stimulus-Response Relationship For TMS Of M1. 2016.

Eppig, T., van Bellen, J. & Langenbucher, A. Characterization of a photochromic intraocular lens Optics Letters, Vol. 39, No. 7, pp. 2040-2043, 1 April 2014.