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University Medical Center Groningen

prof. dr. ir. N.M. (Natasha) Maurits

Professor of Clinical Neuroengineering, Chief Scientific Information Officer (CSIO)

Research interests

Clinical neuroengineering, in particular biomedical signal analysis, multimodal neuroimaging, high-density EEG recording, visualization of high-dimensional data and home-based diagnosis.
Applications in neurology (movement disorders, neuromuscular disorders, dementia, stroke, trauma) and cognition (healthy ageing, dyslexia).

Publications

Electroencephalography, Magnetoencephalography, and Cognitive Reserve: A Systematic Review

COGNITIVE RESERVE (CR) MEDIATES COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION DURING A WORKING MEMORY TASK IN ELDERLY AFTER MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY. AN ERP STUDY

Development of muscle ultrasound density in healthy fetuses and infants

Disentangling the effects of age and mild traumatic brain injury on brain network connectivity: A resting state fMRI study

Dynamic cerebral autoregulation estimates derived from near infrared spectroscopy and transcranial Doppler are similar after correction for transit time and blood flow and blood volume oscillations

Failure to Engage Neural Plasticity through Practice of a High-difficulty Task is Accompanied by Reduced Motor Skill Retention in Older Adults

Pre-Movement Cortico-Muscular Dynamics Underlying Improved Parkinson Gait Initiation after Instructed Arm Swing

Rhythmic neural activity is comodulated with short-term gait modifications during first-time use of a dummy prosthesis: a pilot study

Age and Gender Effects on Resting State Networks after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Age-related changes in brain deactivation but not in activation after motor learning

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Press/media

UMCG: subsidie om motorisch beperkte patiënten meer thuis te laten revalideren

UMCG: Ruim miljoen subsidie voor thuis revalidatie

UMCG krijgt subsidie om motorisch beperkte patiënten meer thuis te laten revalideren

RTV Noord – Radio interview bij Karel op Noord

IMAGINARY: Wiskunde in beeld

Reportage over onderzoek Essentiele tremor bij OOG TV

UMCG onderzoekt of sensor-pen vroegtijdig Parkinson kan aantonen

Sensorpen Parkinson

Interview in Papaver (Parkinson Magazine)

Draw and play keep Parkinson's at bay

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