Critical Oscillations Lab

group member photo Guillermo Arbilla Sampol, PhD (2012-2013) [TUHAT] [LinkedIn]
group member photo Luca Dacca Luca Dacca worked in our group in 2017 as a trainee, investigating brain criticality in different conscious states (e.g. sleep and resting conditions). [LinkedIn]
group member photo Hugo Eyherabide, PhD (2014-2015) [TUHAT] [LinkedIn]
Jonni Jonni Hirvonen, PhD Jonni joined the group in 2011 to study neuronal and behavioural scaling laws, which then became his master's thesis project. Additionally, he has worked as a research assistant processing and analysing SEEG and MRI data derived from epileptic patients. He graduated with a master's degree in physiology in 2013. In 2014 he started research for his PhD on two separate projects: somatosensory awareness in healthy subjects and face recognition deficits in schizophrenia patients.
Shrikanth Shrikanth Kulashekar, PhD Shrikanth worked with us from 2007-2017 and obtained his master's and PhD degree in neuroscience in this time. The topic of his disseration was "The role of cortical oscillations in the estimation and maintenance of sensory and duration information in working memory."
He is now investigating time perception in Domenica Bueti's group at Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati in Triest, Italy.
group member photo Pantelis Lioumis, PhD Pantelis is a specialist for TMS-EEG, who worked in our lab 2013-15. Since November 2017, he has been working at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health at the University of Toronto, Canada. [TUHAT] [LinkedIn]
Muriel Lobier, PhD Muriel was member of our group 2012-18, investigating the effects of spatial visual attention on amplitude and phase synchrony in human MEG data. Muriel has a master's degree in engineering from Ecole Centrale Paris and a master's degree and PhD in neuropsychology from University of Grenoble, France. For her dissertation, she investigated developmental dyslexia with fMRI and MEG under the supervision of Sylvaine Valdois.
She now is working in research and development at Finnish Red Cross Blood Bank.
[TUHAT] [Google Scholar] [LinkedIn]
Salla Salla Markkinen, MSc Salla has a MSc in human genetics and joined our group in 2017 as a PhD student. She is using MEG to investigate whether deficits in ADHD can be explained by alterations in cortical connectivity and dynamics.
group member photo Simo Monto, PhD Simo is currently affiliated with the Jyväskylä Centre for Interdisciplinary Brain Research. [TUHAT]
Isabel Isabel Morales-Munoz, PhD Isabel worked in our group as a postdoctoral researcher 2015-2016, providing psychological and neuropsychological assessments of healthy subjects and ADHD patients. She is now working as PostDoc at the Mental Health Unit of the National Insitute for Health and Welfare (THL) in Helsinki. [Google Scholar]
group member photo Ramesh Naidu, PhD (2012-2013)
group member photo Roxana Semenyuk, PhD Roxana obtained her PhD in 2013 at Lomonosov Moscow State University. Since that time I worked on Faculty of Biology (Lomonosov MSU, Russia), in Prof. Cichocki lab (RIKEN, Japan), in Palva lab (University of Helsinki, Helsinki) and in Innovation Center of Russian Olympic Committee (Russia). She is investigating optimal brain functioning for performance and decision making.
Anton Anton Tokariev, PhD Anton worked in our group 2013-2016 and graduated in 2015 with his PhD thesis "Studying connectivity in the neonatal EEG."
He is now working in Michael Breakspear's Systems Neuroscience Group at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Brisbane, Australia.
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group member photo Alexander Zhigalov, PhD Alexander Zhigalov worked as a postdoctoral researcher in our group 2011-16, investigating the neurophysiological basis of scale-free brain dynamics in humans, and development of data analysis methods relevant to this problem.
Currently, he is developing real-time magneto/electroencephalography neurofeedback systems at the Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering at Aalto University to test a causal role of specific brain regions in behavioural tasks. [TUHAT] [Google Scholar] [LinkedIn]