PhD thesis

​​​List of PhD thesis from Functional Imaging Unit

Naja Liv Hansen defended her PhD thesis November 7th, 2014, entitle: The dynamic brain, Activity patterns in cognitive ageing and during cerebral blood flow modulation.

Søren Møller defended his PhD thesis October 28th, 2014, entitle: 'Advanced PET- and MR imaging in re-irradiation of high-grade glioma'.

Anders Hougaard defended his PhD thesis October 27th, 2014, entitle: Investigations of functional and structural changes in migraine with aura by magnetic resonance imaging.

Otto Mølby Henriksen defended his PhD thesis Friday September 20th 2013, entitle: Sources of variability in cerebral blood flow measurements.

Katharina Schäfer defended her PhD thesis entitled: "The positive and negative BOLD signal in the human somatosensory cortex", Monday 10th December 2012. 

Mette Ødegaard Nielsen defended her PhD thesis the 11th June 2012 entitle: "Reward processing in schizophrenia before and after antipsychotic monotherapy."

M. Sohail Asghar defended his PhD thesis the 23th February 2012 entitle: Effects of glyceryl trinitrate and calcitonin gene-related peptide on BOLD signal and arterial diameter: –methodological studies by fMRI and MRA.

Dan Fuglø defended his PhD thesis September 2nd 2011, entitle: MRI in Optic Neuritis Structure Function Interactions.

Nikolaj Bak defended his PhD thesis the 8th of June, entitle: Source localization of sensory gating.Concurrent EEG and fMRI assessment of P50 suppression

Dorte Nordholm, Stress and oxidative stress during early phases of psychosis.
University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health Sciences.
Defended February 28, 2014.

Laura B. Ponsain, Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders. Hemodynamic Implications, Diagnosis and Mortality in Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Stroke 
University of Copenhagen
Defended December 2014
                             
Faisal M. Amin, Clinical and physiological characterization of PACAP38-induced headache and migraine                         
University of Copenhagen
Defended June 2014

Sanne Wulff, CNSR, CINS: The Connection between Dopamine D2  Activity, Reward Disturbances and Psyhopathology in Antipsychotic-Naïve First-Episode Patients with Schizophrenia.
University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health Sciences.
Defended February 2015. 
                                                          
Ulrich Lindberg, Modelling and Measurement of the Neurovascular Coupling in Healthy and Diseased Brain Using fMRI                              
University of Copenhagen
Defended February 2015
                                                          
Stig Præstekjær Cramer, Permeability of the blood-brain barrier as measured by dynamic contrast-enhanced perfusion MRI                             
University of Copenhagen
Defended December 2015
                                                          
Henrik Emig Nørbak, Frontal dopamine D2/3 receptors and brain structure in antipsychotic-naïve schizophrenia patients before and after their first antipsychotic treatment.            
Univeristy of Copenhagen
Defended August 2016

Simon J. Anhøj, Intrinsic Connectivity in First-Episode Schizophrenia         
University of Copenhagen
Defended August 2016            

Mark B. Vestergaard, Energy Metabolism of the Hypoxic Brain in Healthy Humans and Freedivers
University of Copenhagen   
Defended May 2017

Krakauer K, Cerebral white matter changes in individuals at ultra high-risk for psychosis.
University of Copenhagen, 
Faculty of Health Sciences.
Defended September 2017.


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