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Programme - 6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain
6th International Conference on
Transcranial Brain Stimulation
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7–10 September 2016
Göttingen/Germany
PROGRAMME
www.tbs-conference.de
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Table of Contents
Organisation and Imprint ............................................................................................ 4
Welcome Notes
of the Conference Chairs ................................................................................... 5
of the Lord Major of Göttingen .......................................................................... 6
of the University Medical Center Göttingen ...................................................... 7
Programme Overview
Wednesday, 7 September .................................................................................. 8
Thursday, 8 September ...................................................................................... 8
Friday, 9 September ........................................................................................... 9
Saturday, 10 September . ................................................................................... 10
Scientific Programme
Wednesday, 7 September .................................................................................. 12
Thursday, 8 September ...................................................................................... 13
Friday, 9 September ........................................................................................... 17
Saturday, 10 September . ................................................................................... 21
Postersessions
Postersession • Thursday, 8 September ............................................................ 25
Postersession • Friday, 9 September ................................................................. 38
Postersession • Saturday, 10 September . ......................................................... 55
Sponsors, Exhibitors and Media Cooperation ............................................................ 65
Plan of Exhibition Area ................................................................................................ 67
Social Programme ....................................................................................................... 68
General Information . .................................................................................................. 69
General Hints for Authors and Presenters .................................................................. 71
City Map ...................................................................................................................... 72
Index of Speakers and Chairs ...................................................................................... 73
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Organisation and Imprint
Venue Scientific Programme (8–10 September 2016)
Georg-August-University Göttingen • Central Lecture Hall Building
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5 • 37073 Göttingen (DE)
Venue Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception (7 September 2016)
Alte Aula at Wilhelmsplatz (Opening Ceremony)
Alte Mensa at Wilhelmsplatz (Welcome Reception)
Wilhelmsplatz 3 • 37073 Göttingen (DE)
Conference Website
www.tbs-conference.de
Conference Chair
Professor Dr. med. Walter Paulus
Department of Clinical Neurophysiology
University Medical Center Göttingen
Head of Department
Robert-Koch-Straße 40
37075 Göttingen (DE)
Conference Secretary
Professor Dr. Andrea Antal, PhD
Department of Clinical Neurophysiology
University Medical Center Göttingen
Robert-Koch-Straße 40
37075 Göttingen (DE)
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6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Welcome Note of the Conference Chairs
Dear colleagues,
On behalf of the programme committee, we cordially invite you to join the “6th International
Conference on Non-invasive Brain Stimulation“ that will take place from 7–10 September
2016 in Göttingen.
After the success of the first three meetings in Göttingen, the fourth in Rome and the fifth
in Leipzig, we are happy to host the sixth meeting again here in Göttingen. Non-invasive
brain stimulation techniques have proven their potential to modulate brain activity in both
healthy subjects and patients with neurological or psychiatric diseases.
Recent multimodal approaches combining non-invasive brain stimulation with neuroimaging methods have greatly stimulated research in the field of neuroimaging and are
continuously providing novel insights into the functional relevance and plasticity of brain
networks. We will address the continuous need to bring together knowledge from basic
neurophysiological science with clinical demands to further advance the field.
We are thus looking forward to your participation and active contribution at exciting
times of transcranial stimulation.
Looking forward to see you here in Göttingen!
Walter Paulus
On behalf of the programme committee
Programme Committee
Joseph Claßen (Leipzig/DE)
Mark George (Charleston, SC/US)
Mark Hallett (Bethesda, MD/US)
Michael Nitsche (Dortmund, Bochum/DE)
Walter Paulus (Göttingen/DE)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
Andrea Antal
John Rothwell (London/GB)
Paolo M. Rossini (Rome/IT)
Martin Sommer (Göttingen/DE)
Yoshikazu Ugawa (Fukushima/JP)
Ulf Ziemann (Tübingen/DE)
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Welcome Note of the Lord Major of Göttingen
Alle Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer
der 6. Internationalen Konferenz für Transkraniale Gehirnstimulation heiße ich herzlich
in Göttingen willkommen.
Wir betrachten es als eine besondere Auszeichnung für den Wissenschaftsstandort Göttingen, dass Neurophysiologinnen und Neurophysiologen ihre bedeutende Konferenz
bereits zum vierten Mal in unserer Stadt veranstalten, die als traditionsreicher Hochschul- und Forschungsstandort mitten in Deutschland über perfekte Voraussetzungen
für die Durchführung von Tagungen verfügt. Die Gesundheitsregion Göttingen mit ihren
zahlreichen exzellenten Forschungs- und Therapieeinrichtungen und ihrer angesehenen
Hochschulmedizin schafft den geeigneten Rahmen, um sich über aktuelle Entwicklungen
und Ergebnisse medizinischer Praxis und Forschung auszutauschen und um Kontakte
auch jenseits der eigenen Fachgrenzen zu knüpfen.
Mit einem herzlichen Dank für die gute Vorbereitung dieser Konferenz wünsche ich allen
Gästen unserer Stadt einen angenehmen Aufenthalt in Göttingen und einen erfolgreichen
Verlauf des Kongresses.
City of Göttingen
Rolf-Georg Köhler
Lord Major of Göttingen
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6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Welcome Note of the Dean of the University Medical Center Göttingen
I welcome you to the 6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation. This
meeting was first organized in Göttingen in 1998; since then, it has seen an increasing number
of participants from all over the world – a great demonstration of the importance of this
branch of research. During this year’s meeting, the University of Göttingen and the University
Medical Center Göttingen are hosting participants from over 40 countries, coming together
to share and exchange views and discuss the latest developments. To this end, we gladly
provide the facilities for this conference.
Transcranial stimulation has been applied for more than 200 years, both in basic science and
in the therapeutic application for diseases like stroke, depression, chronic pain, and epilepsy:
disorders that cause much emotional harm and personal suffering. I encourage you to share
new concepts in basic physiology, in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases,
and in innovations that may help us to establish new therapies.
You are at an ideal location for a neuroscience meeting. Since your first meeting 18 years
ago, Göttingen has been at the forefront of neuroscientific research and is highly visible
with our Center for Nanoscale Microscopy and Molecular Physiology of the Brain, one of
Germany’s clusters of Excellence. Close collaborations and networks shape the campus and
research life in Göttingen. One of the most important is the network between basic research,
represented amongst others by the Max Planck Institutes and the University Medical Center
(UMG): our motto ‘from bench to bedside’ guides research and discussion, and the translation from research to patient care promotes the areas of ‘integrated research and treatment
centres’. The UMG has been especially strong in laying foundations in basic research, and it
also pleases me to see that our strength in TMS and tDCS research is engaged in applicational
research and is benefitting patients.
I would like to thank Prof. Paulus and his team for hosting this meeting and wish them much
success for their ongoing contributions to the future of Göttingen neuroscience in an international setting. And I wish you all, who attend this conference, many a lively and fruitful
debate, new acquaintances and an enjoyable stay here in Göttingen!
Prof. Dr. Heyo K. Kroemer
Chairman of the UMG Managing Board, Dean of the Medical School
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Programme Overview
Wednesday, 7 September
Alte Aula
Thursday, 8 September
Lecture Hall 011
Alte Mensa
at Wilhelmsplatz
at Wilhelmsplatz
Lecture Hall 009
Industrial Exhibition
08:30–10:15
What is being Stimulated?
08:30–18:30
Postersession
(Day 1)
A – Modelling and Biophysics
B – Therapy Neurology
p. 13
11:00–12:30
Assessing Brain Connectivity
with Brain Stimulation
Techniques
p. 13
14:00–15:20
Modelling und Biophysics
14:00–15:20
Therapy Neurology
p. 14
p. 14
15:20–15:50
15:20–15:50
Selected Poster Presentation Selected Poster Presentation
p. 15
16:30–17:50
Modelling and Biophysics
p. 15
16:30–17:50
Therapy Neurology
17:00–19:30
Congress Opening
p. 15
17:50–18:20
Selected Poster Presentation
p. 16
p. 16
p. 13
p. 12
19:30–21:00
Welcome Reception
p. 12
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6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Programme Overview
Friday, 9 September
Lecture Hall 011
Lecture Hall 009
Civic Hall (Stadthalle)
Industrial Exhibition
08:30–10:15
Interaction with Ongoing Brain
Activity: Cognition
08:30–18:30
Postersession
(Day 2 )
C – TMS: what is Stimulated?
M1
p. 17
D – TMS: What is Stimulated?
Beyond M1
E – Cognitive and Multimodal
Stimulation
11:00–12:30
Computational
Neurostimulation
F – tDCS/tACS: what is
Stimulated?
p. 17
14:00–15:20
TMS: What is Stimulated?
14:00–15:20
Cognitive and Multimodal
Stimulation
p. 18
15:20–15:50
Selected Poster Presentation
p. 18
15:20–15:50
Selected Poster Presentation
p. 19
p. 19
16:30–17:50
TMS: What is Stimulated?
Beyond M1
16:30–17:50
tDCS/tACS: What is Stimulated?
p. 19
17:50–18:20
Selected Poster Presentation
p. 20
17:50–18:20
Selected Poster Presentation
p. 20
p. 20
p. 17
19:30–00:00
Networking Party
p. 20
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Programme Overview
Saturday, 10 September
Lecture Hall 011
Lecture Hall 009
Industrial Exhibition
08:30–10:30
Plasticity: Real or Imaginary
08:30–16:30
Postersession
(Day 3)
G – Learning
H – Plasticity
p. 17
I – Therapy Psychiatry
11:00–12:15
Debate
Is therapy a realistic option at
the present time?
p. 21
14:00–15:20
Learning
14:00–15:20
Therapy Psychiatry
p. 22
15:20–15:50
Selected Poster Presentation
p. 22
15:20–15:50
Selected Poster Presentation
p. 23
p. 23
16:20–17:40
Plasticity
16:20–17:40
Therapy Psychiatry
p. 23
17:40–18:00
Selected Poster Presentation
p. 21
p. 24
p. 24
18:00–18:20
Highlights of the Day
p. 24
18:20–18:30
Final remarks
p. 24
18:30–18:35
Closure and Farewell
p. 24
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6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
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Klinische Neurophysiologie
und Funktionelle Bildgebung
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61. Wissenschaftliche Jahrestagung
27.–29. April 2017 • Leipzig
Richard-Jung-Kolleg Fortbildungsakademie
www.dgkn-kongress.de
Scientific Programme • Wednesday, 7 September
12
17:00–19:30
Location
17:00
17:10
17:20
17:30
18:00
18:30
19:00
Congress Opening
Alte Aula at Wilhelmsplatz
(Wilhelmsplatz 3 • 37073 Göttingen)
19:30–21:00
Location
Welcome Reception
Alte Mensa
Wilhelmsplatz 3 • 37073 Göttingen (DE)
(see p. 68)
Welcome by the Conference Chair
W. Paulus (Göttingen/DE)
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Welcome by the Lord Major of Göttingen
R.-G. Köhler (Göttingen/DE)
Welcome by the Dean of the University Medical Center Göttingen
H. Kroemer (Göttingen/DE)
Transcranial stimulation – past present future
M. Hallett (Bethesda, MD/US)
Physiology of transcranial stimulation
J. C. Rothwell (London/GB)
Transcranial stimulation in psychiatry
M. S. George (Charleston, SC/US)
How to convince a faculty to investigate in transcranial stimulation:
a researchers and dean’s perspective
A. Pascual-Leone (Boston, MA/US)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Scientific Programme • Thursday, 8 September
08:30–18:30
Topics
Postersession
Therapy Neurology (P001–P074)
Modelling and Biophysics (P075–P101)
08:30–10:15
Room
Chairs
08:30
08:35
09:00
T003
09:25
T018
09:50
T009
Early Morning Session
What is being stimulated?
Lecture Hall 011
A. Pascual-Leone (Boston, MA/US), W. Paulus (Göttingen/DE)
10:15–11:00
Coffee Break and Postersession
11:00–12:30
Room
Chairs
11:00
11:20
11:40
Late Morning Session
Assessing brain connectivity with brain stimulation techniques
Lecture Hall 011
P. M. Rossini (Rome/IT), M. Hallett (Bethesda, MD/US)
p. 25 ff
p. 34 ff
Welcome Address
W. Paulus (Göttingen/DE)
I-waves – linked neural chains or resonant membrane properties
U. Ziemann (Tübingen/DE)
How tDCS polarises a highly folded cortex
M. Bikson (New York, NY/US)
Stimulation outside of motor cortex
C. Miniussi (Rovereto TNS/IT)
Animal models of brain stimulation – TMS
K. Funke (Bochum/DE)
The Role of Neuroimaging in Brain Stimulation
A. Strafella (Toronto/CA)
Basal ganglia – cortex interaction
R. Chen (Toronto/CA)
Cerebellum – cortex interaction
P. Celnik (Baltimore, MD/US)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Scientific Programme • Thursday, 8 September
14
12:00
12:20
Network effects in aging
P. M. Rossini (Rome/IT)
12:30–14:00
Lunch Break and Postersession
14:00–15:20
Room
Chairs
14:00
T021
14:20
T024
14:40
T022
15:00
14:00–15:20
Room
Chairs
14:00
14:20
T016
Early Afternoon Session
Modelling and Biophysics
Lecture Hall 011
A. Peterchev (Durham, NC/US), M. Bikson (New York, NY/US)
Discussion
Synaptic plasticity mechanism explains the specificity of direct
current stimulation
L. Parra (New York, NY/US)
Modulation of gamma oscillations dynamics by weak electric fields
D. Reato (Lisbon/PT), M. Bikson, L. Parra (New York, NY/US)
Shaping the temporal characteristics of TMS
A. Peterchev (Durham, NC/US)
Transcranial static magnetic field stimulation of the human motor
cortex – a short walk on the mechanistic side
A. Oliviero (Toledo/ES)
Early Afternoon Session
Therapy Neurology
Lecture Hall 009
F. Hummel (Hamburg/DE), A. Schnitzler (Düsseldorf/DE)
Brain Stimulation in stroke recovery – towards individualized
applications
F. Hummel (Hamburg/DE)
Transcranial brain stimulation in post stroke dysphagia
E. Khedr (Assiut/EG)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Scientific Programme • Thursday, 8 September
14:40
15:00
T002
NBS strategies in stroke rehabilitation
Y.-H. Kim (Seoul/KR)
15:20–15:50
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
Modelling and Biophysics
Lecture Hall 011
G. Hartwigsen (Leipzig/DE), S. Soekadar (Tübingen/DE)
15:20–15:50
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
Therapy Neurology
Lecture Hall 009
P. Marangolo (Rome/IT), M. Meinzer (Herston/AU)
15:50–16:30
Coffee Break and Postersession
16:30–17:50
Room
Chairs
16:30
16:50
T019
Late Afternoon Session
Modelling and Biophysics
Lecture Hall 011
A. Thielscher (Kgs. Lyngby, Hvidovre/DK), R. Ilmoniemi (Helsinki/FI)
17:10
T032
17:30
T020
New methods for electrode optimization in high-definition
transcranial current stimulation
C. Wolters (Münster/DE)
Non-invasive brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease
D. Benninger (Lausanne/CH)
New concepts in the design of coils and TMS pulse sequences
R. Ilmoniemi (Helsinki/FI)
Models of Neuronal Response to Suprathreshold Electric Fields
P. C. Miranda, R. Salvador (Lisbon/PT)
Intracranial electric field measurements during TES in human and
non-human primates. What can we learn for accurately modelling
TES?
A. Opitz (Orangeburg, SC/US)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
15
Scientific Programme • Thursday, 8 September
16
16:30–17:50
Room
Chairs
16:30
16:50
T034
17:10
17:30
T010
Late Afternoon Session
Therapy Neurology
Lecture Hall 009
C. Gerloff (Hamburg/DE), J.-P. Lefaucheur (Créteil/FR)
17:50
Summary
J.-P. Lefaucheur (Créteil/FR)
17:50–18:20
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
Modelling and Biophysics
Lecture Hall 011
A. Neef (Göttingen/DE), T.O. Bergmann (Tübingen/DE)
Transcranial stimulation in the treatment of pain
L. Garcia-Larrea (Lyon/FR)
Electrophysiological correlates and prognostic biomarkers of TMS
clinical effectiveness
A. Zangen (Beer Sheva/IL)
Transcranial stimulation in the treatment of stroke
G. Schlaug (Boston, MA/US)
Generating evidence – on the validity of metaanalyses of transcranial
stimulation trials
R. Hamilton (Philadelphia, PA/US)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Scientific Programme • Friday, 9 September
08:30–18:30
Topics
Postersession
Cognitive and multimodal stimulation (P101–P132, P313)
TMS – What is stimulated? M1 (P133–P161)
tDCS/tACS – What is stimulated? (P162–P207)
TMS – What is stimulated? Beyond M1 (P208–P240)
08:30–10:15
Room
Chairs
08:30
Early Morning Session
Interaction with ongoing brain activity – cognition
Lecture Hall 011
C. Herrmann (Oldenburg/DE), G. Thut (Glasgow/GB)
08:50
09:12
T012
09:34
T030
09:56
Feedback control of stimulus timing
H. Siebner (Hvidovre/DK)
10:15–11:00
Coffee Break and Postersession
11:00–12:30
Room
Chairs
11:00
Late Morning Session
Computational Neurostimulation
Lecture Hall 011
J. C. Rothwell, S. Bestmann (London/GB)
11:20
Using network models to understand the impact of tES on behaviour
S. Bestmann (London/GB)
p. 38 ff.
p. 42 ff.
p. 45 ff.
p. 50 ff.
Selected highlights of the Thursday afternoon sessions by their chairs
Transcranial alternating current stimulation – models, EEG/MEG,
and cognition
C. Herrmann (Oldenburg/DE)
Interaction of TMS with oscillatory activity
G. Thut (Glasgow/GB)
Ethics and brain stimulation
J. Brockmöller (Göttingen/DE)
How could models help to enhance the specificity of cognitive
stimulation effects?
J. Silvanto (London/GB)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Scientific Programme • Friday, 9 September
18
11:40
12:00
T015
12:20
Using computational models to capture the effects of tDCS on
neural activity and behaviour
B. J. He (New York, NY/US)
12:30–14:00 Lunch Break and Postersession
14:00–15:20
Room
Chairs
14:00
14:20
14:40
T035
Early Afternoon Session
TMS – What is stimulated? M1
Lecture Hall 011
Y. Ugawa (Fukushima/JP), D. Liebetanz (Göttingen/DE)
How to use current direction and waveform to optimize (r)TMS
outcomes
M. Sommer (Göttingen/DE)
15:00
T029
Where do we stimulate M1? A combined neurophysiological and
modelling approach
A. Thielscher (Kgs. Lyngby, Hvidovre/DK)
14:00–15:20
Room
Chairs
14:00
Early Afternoon Session
Cognitive and multimodal stimulation
Lecture Hall 009
C. Miniussi (Brescia/IT), A. T. Sack (Maastricht/NL)
Optimizing rTMS protocols by enhancing conductance of neural networks
I. Kanter (Ramt-Gan/IL)
Discussion
TMS activates and modulates multiple cortical circuits
V. Di Lazzaro (Rome/IT)
Network modeling of M1 stimulation
P. Fox (San Antonio, TX/US)
TMS effects at the systems leve – new insights from neuroimaging
C. Grefkes (Cologne/DE)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Scientific Programme • Friday, 9 September
14:20
Simultaneous TMS, EEG, and fMRI to study spatial attention control
A. Sack (Maastricht/NL)
14:40
15:00
The Cognitive placebo effect
Z. Turi (Göttingen/DE)
15:20–15:50
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
TMS – What is stimulated? M1
Lecture Hall 011
A. Suppa (Rome/IT), Y. Shirota (Göttingen/DE)
15:20–15:50
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
Cognitive and multimodal stimulation
Lecture Hall 009
R. Polania (Zurich/CH), M.-F. Kuo (Dortmund/DE)
15:50–16:30
Coffee Break and Postersession
16:30–17:50
Room
Chairs
16:30
T017
16:50
Late Afternoon Session
TMS – What is stimulated? Beyond M1
Lecture Hall 011
H. Siebner (Hvidovre/DK), K. Funke (Bochum/DE)
17:10
17:30
Spinal cord stimulation
D. De Ridder (Dunedin/NZ)
tDCS-enhanced learning in aging and neurodegenerative disease
A. Floel (Berlin/DE)
Hebbian plasticity in the parieto-frontal network
G. Koch (Rome/IT)
TMS to cerebellum what is stimulated?
S. Meunier (Paris/FR)
To what extent can motor cortex stimulation results be generalised
to other cortical areas?
W. Paulus (Göttingen/DE)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Scientific Programme • Friday, 9 September
20
16:30–17:50
Room
Chairs
16:30
T023
16:50
17:10
17:30
T027
Late Afternoon Session
tDCS/tACS – What is stimulated?
Lecture Hall 009
M. Nitsche (Göttingen/DE), A. Priori (Milan/IT)
17:50–18:20
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
TMS – What is stimulated? Beyond M1
Lecture Hall 011
L. J. Volz (Santa Barbara, CA/US), Z. Cattaneo (Milan/IT)
17:50–18:20
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
tDCS/tACS – What is stimulated?
Lecture Hall 009
Z. Turi (Göttingen/DE), D. Schutter (Nijmegen/NL)
19:30–00:00
Location
Networking Party
Civic Hall (Stadthalle)
Albaniplatz 2 • 37073 Göttingen (DE)
(see p. 68)
Targeting the biased brain – non-invasive brain stimulation to
ameliorate cognitive control
C. Plewnia (Tübingen/DE)
Combining tDCS with MR – novel insights into the mechanisms
underlying plasticity in humans
C. Stagg (Oxford/GB)
tDCS – beyond neuronal excitability changes
A. Priori (Milan/IT)
ACS treatment for brain network reorganization and vision restoration
B. A. Sabel, R. Alber (Magdeburg/DE)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Scientific Programme • Saturday, 10 September
08:30–16:30
Topics
Postersession
Learning (P241–P260)
Therapy Psychiatry (P261–P282)
Plasticity (P283–P311)
08:30–10:30
Room
Chair
08:30
Early Morning Session
Plasticity – Real or imaginary?
Lecture Hall 011
U. Ziemann (Tübingen/DE), J. Classen (Leipzig/DE)
09:00
09:22
T025
09:44
10:06
T031
Complexity in the after-effects of tDCS
M. Nitsche (Göttingen/DE)
10:30–11:00
Coffee Break and Postersession
11:00–12:15
Room
Chairs
11:00
11:10
Debate
Is therapy a realistic option at the present time?
Lecture Hall 011
F. Padberg (Munich/DE), F. Fregni (Boston, MA/US)
p. 55 ff.
p. 57 ff.
p. 60 ff.
Selected highlights of the Friday afternoon sessions by their chairs
Optimizing logical coupling between brain stimulation and
pharmacotherapy with use of animal models
A. Rotenberg (Boston, MA/US)
Reliability and reproducibility – the problem
A. Quartarone (Messina/IT)
Reliability and reproducibility – the solution
Y. Ugawa (Fukushima/JP)
For
C. Loo (Sydney/AU)
For
F. Fregni (Boston, MA/US)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Scientific Programme • Saturday, 10 September
22
11:20
T001
11:30
T028
11:40
Against
A. Antal (Göttingen/DE)
12:15–14:00
Lunch Break and Postersession
14:00–15:20
Room
Chairs
14:00
14:20
T006
14:40
T007
15:00
14:00–15:20
Room
Chairs
14:00
14:20
T008
Early Afternoon Session
Learning
Lecture Hall 011
L. G. Cohen (Bethesda, MD/US), R. Dengler (Hanover/DE)
Against
D. Schutter (Nijmegen/NL)
Discussion
From positive proof of principle studies to successful clinical trials in
Neurorehabilitation – Can we do better? How?
L. G. Cohen (Bethesda, MD/US)
How might brain stimulation enhance consolidation of motor learning
J. Classen, J.-J. Rumpf (Leipzig/DE)
Neural predictors of the effect of transcranial electrical stimulation
on learning
R. Cohen Kadosh (Oxford/GB)
Writer cramp: new insights
A. Kishore (Trivandrum/IN)
Early Afternoon Session
Therapy Psychiatry
Lecture Hall 009
M. S. George (Charleston, SC/US), S. Lisanby (Bethesda, MD/US)
Optimizing rTMS for enhanced efficacy in depression
Z. J. Daskalakis (Toronto/CA)
rTMS in depression – Is more always better?
P. Fitzgerald (Melbourne/AU)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Scientific Programme • Saturday, 10 September
14:40
15:00
tDCS for the treatment of mood disorders
A. Brunoni (São Paulo/BR)
15:20–15:50
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
Learning
Lecture Hall 011
J. Reis (Freiburg/DE), P. Dechent (Göttingen/DE)
15:20–15:50
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
Therapy Psychiatry
Lecture Hall 009
K.-A. Ho (Sydney/AU), A. Woods (Gainesville, FL/US)
15:50–16:20
Coffee Break and Postersession
16:20–17:40
Room
Chairs
16:20
T014
16:40
T011
17:00
T013
17:20
Late Afternoon Session
Plasticity
Lecture Hall 011
A. Antal (Göttingen/DE), Y.-Z. Huang (Taoyuan/TW)
Transcranial stimulation in psychiatry – Translational research
towards treatment?
F. Padberg (Munich/DE)
A brain network perspective on tDCS induced neuroplasticity:
single versus dual or multiple sites stimulation
S. Jaberzadeh, M. Zoghi (Melbourne/AU)
Influence of anti-parkinson drugs on plastic changes induced by
quadripulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (QPS)
R. Hanajima (Tokyo/JP)
What do we learn from the interaction between physical activities
and effects of transcranial brain stimulation?
Y.-Z. Huang (Taoyuan/TW)
Determinants of the induction of cortical plasticity by theta burst
stimulation
M. Hamada (Tokyo/JP)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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16:20–18:00
Room
Chairs
16:20
16:40
T005
17:00
Late Afternoon Session
Therapy Psychiatry
Lecture Hall 009
F. Padberg (Munich/DE), A. Brunoni (São Paulo/BR)
17:20
17:40
Finding optimal covariates to enhance response in non-invasive brain
stimulation trials
F. Fregni (Boston, MA/US)
17:40–18:00
Room
Chairs
Selected Poster Presentations
Plasticity
Lecture Hall 011
D. Ruge (London/GB), B. Fritsch (Freiburg/DE)
18:00–18:20
Room
Selected highlights of Saturday afternoon sessions
Lecture Hall 011
18:20–18:30
Room
Final remarks
Lecture Hall 011
18:30–18:35
Room
Closure and Farewell
Lecture Hall 011
Non-invasive brain stimulation for the treatment of negative
symptoms in schizophrenia – clinical and biological effects
A. Hasan (Munich/DE)
Transcranial Direct Current stimulation (tDCS) for schizophrenia
J. Brunelin (Bron/FR)
Transcranial stimulation in the treatment of tinnitus
B. Langguth (Regensburg/DE)
Summary
S. Lisanby (Bethesda, MD/US)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Postersession • Thursday, 8 September
Topics
Therapy Neurology (P001–P074, P316, P317)
p. 25 ff.
Modelling and Biophysics (P075–P101, P318, P319) p. 34 ff.
08:30–18:30
P001
P002
P003
P004
P005
P006
P007
Therapy Neurology
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) can improve
olfactory dysfunction in neurodegenerative disorders – case study
A. Marei, H. Rashed (Cairo/EG)
Abnormal surround inhibition of finger tapping task and cerebellar
hyper-activation of functional MRI in patients with focal hand dystonia
Y. Nakamura, H. Sakamoto, S. Ueno, M. Hirano (Sakai/JP)
T. Toge (Takamatu/JP)
Facilitatory effect of intermittent theta burst stimulation cortical
and subcortical middle cerebral artery stroke
S. Jee, M.-K. Sohn, S.-C. Ahn (Daejeon/KR)
Application of TMS and DTI in pre-radiotherapy planning and the
effect of radiation on motor function – a pilot study with two patients
E. Kallioniemi, J.-E. Palmgren, M. Fraunberg, M. Könönen
R. Vanninen, P. Julkunen (Kuopio/FI)
Transcranial magnetic stimulation in the evaluation of the functional
state of central nervous system neurons under the robotic
neurorehabilitation
V. Voitenkov, K. Andrey, N. Skripchenko (St. Petersburg/RU)
Effects of Zonisamide on human motor cortical plasticity – a TMS study
T. Shimizu, R. Hanajima (Kanagawa, Tokyo/JP)
N. Tanaka (Tokyo/JP), R. Tsutsumi (Kanagawa, Tokyo/JP), Y. Shirota
Y. Terao (Tokyo/JP), Y. Ugawa (Fukushima/JP)
Comparing the efficacy of transcranial alternating current stimulation
(tACS) and transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS) on the
auditory temporal resolution in patients with dyslexia
K. Rufener, H.-J. Heinze, T. Zaehle (Magdeburg/DE)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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P009
P010
P011
P012
P013
P014
P015
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Long term neurophysiological effects of the gluten-free diet in adult
celiac patients – a tms study
M. Cantone (Troina/IT), R. Ricceri, M. Pennisi (Catania/IT)
R. Ferri (Troina/IT), G. Pennisi, R. Bella (Catania/IT), G. Lanza (Troina/IT)
tDCS combined with optokinetic drift reduces egocentric neglect in
severely impaired post-acute patients
N. Turgut (Oldenburg, Bremen/DE), M. Miranda (Oldenburg/DE)
A. Kastrup (Bremen/DE), P. Eling (Nijmegen/NL)
H. Hildebrandt (Oldenburg, Bremen/DE)
The Modulation of Error Detection in Dystonia via TDCS
J.-C. Chen (Taichung/TW), J. Rothwell, M. Edwards (London/GB)
Motor recovery of the affected hand in subacute stroke correlates
with changes of contralesional cortical hand motor representation
J. Lüdemann-Podubecká, K. Bösl, D. A. Nowak (Kipfenberg/DE)
Unexpected improvement of motor function in a stroke patient
following an rTMS treatment for auditory hallucinations – a case report
F. Thomas, N. Bouaziz (Neuilly sur Marne/FR), J. Amengual (Paris/FR)
A. Valéro-Cabré (Paris/FR), D. Januel (Neuilly sur Marne/FR)
rTMS therapy on M1 modifies the motor map in chronic neuropathic
facial pain – a pilot study
L. Säisänen, J. Hyppönen, E. Hallikainen-Pirskanen, E. Kallioniemi
J. Huttunen, E. Mervaala, M. Fraunberg (Kuopio/FI)
Newly developed activity dependent transcutaneous spinal cord
stimulation for patients with stroke
T. Fujiwara, Y. Hori (Isehara/JP), T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo/JP)
J. Ushiba (Yokohama/JP), Y. Masakado (Isehara/JP)
The effects of cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation in
patienst with focal epilepsy (a pilot study)
M. Zoghi, M. Cook, T. O’Brien, P. Kwan, S. Jaberzadeh
M. Galea (Melbourne/AU)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
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P016
P017
P018
P019
P020
P021
P022
Electrophysiological examination combined with functional
intraoperative navigation using TMS of the motor cortex in patients with
brain tumors in the vicinity of the central region
K. Köhlert, K. Jähne (Leipzig/DE)
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) for the treatment of
depression during pregnancy – a pilot study.
U. Palm, B. Kirsch, B. Leitner, D. Popovic, F. Padberg (Munich/DE)
Local entrainment and distribution across cerebral networks of
natural oscillations elicited in implanted epilepsy patients by
intracranial stimulation – paving the way to develop causal connectomics
of the healthy human brain
J. Amengual, T. Moreau, C. Stengel, C. Adam, A. Valero-Cabré (Paris/FR)
Ipsilesional and contralesional cortical silent period in pediatric .stroke:
preliminary reports
M. C. Lixandrao (Minneapolis, MN/US; Sao Carlos/BR)
J. Stinear (Auckland, NZ), G. Meekins, T. Feym, T. Rich, C.-Y. Chen
B. Gillick (Minneapolis, MN/US)
Epigenetic regulation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (Bdnf)
expression mediates the effects of anodal transcranial direct current
stimulation (tDCS) on hippocampal synaptic plasticity and memory in
mice
M. V. Podda, S. Cocco, A. Mastrodonato, S. Fusco, L. Leone
S. A. Barbati, C. Colussi, G. Livrizzi, C. Ripoli, C. Grassi (Rome/IT)
Differential Clinical and Neurophysiological Outcomes after Premotor
rTMS in Parkinson’s Disease
M. Biagioni, A. Son, S. Agarwal, R. Gilbert, A. Quartarone
A. DiRocco (New York, NY/US)
Evidence that functionalized ferromagnetic microparticles with
CD133 antigen decreases glioblastoma multiforme growth in vivo
and in vitro by magnetic field induced hyperthermia.
J.-R. Garcia-Montes (Madrid/ES), P.-F. Porceddu (Cagliari/IT)
R. Drucker-Colín (Mexico/MX), R. Moratalla
R. Martinez-Murillo (Madrid/ES)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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P024
P025
P026
P027
P029
P030
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Motor cortical reorganization and clinical outcomes after stroke:
a longitudinal TMS/EEG evaluation
M. C. Pellicciari (Rome, Brescia/IT), S. Bonnì, M. C. Alex, P. Viviana
C. Elias, G. Koch (Rome/IT)
Hemispheric language dominance measured by rTMS and
postoperative course of language function in brain tumor patients
S. Ille (Munich/DE), N. Kulchytska (Berlin/DE), N. Sollmann, R. Wittig
E. Beurskens, V. M. Butenschoen, F. Ringel (Munich/DE)
P. Vajkoczy (Berlin/DE), B. Meyer (Munich/DE), T. Picht (Berlin/DE)
S. M. Krieg (Munich/DE)
Resection of highly language-eloquent brain lesions purely based on
rTMS language mapping without awake surgery
S. Ille, N. Sollmann, V. M. Butenschoen, B. Meyer, F. Ringel
S. M. Krieg (Munich/DE)
Impaired cerebellum to motor cortex associative plasticity in
spinocerebellar ataxia
M.-K. Lu, C.-M. Chen, J.-R. Duann, J.-C. Chen
C.-H. Tsai (Taichung/TW)
Comparing 10Hz tACS and cathodal tDCS over right parietal cortex in
their ability to affect pseudoneglect
D. Veniero, C. S. Y. Benwell, M. M. Ahrens, G. Thut (Glasgow/GB)
Effects of Dual-mode Non-invasive Brain Stimulation on Freezing of
Gait in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease
W. H. Chang, E. Park, J.-W. Cho, J.-Y. Youn, S.-W. Kim, Y. K. Kim
A. Lee, Y.-H. Kim (Seoul/KR)
Effects of bilateral repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on
post-stroke dysphagia
Y.-H. Kim, E. Park (Seoul/KR), M. S. Kim (Iksan/KR), W. H. Chang
S. M. Oh, Y. K. Kim, A. Lee (Seoul/KR)
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P032
P033
P034
P035
P036
P037
Transcranial direct current stimulation in mesial temporal lobe
epilepsy and hippocampal sclerosis
D. San Juan Orta (Mexico City/MX; Dresden/DE)
D. A. Espinoza López, R. Vazquez Gregorio (Mexico City/MX)
C. Trenado (Düsseldorf/DE)
M. Fernandez Gonzalez-Aragon (Mexico City/MX)
L. Morales-Quezada (Boston, MA/US), A. Hernandez Ruíz (Mexico City/MX)
F. Hernandez-González (Aguascalientes/MX)
A. Alcaraz-Guzman (Colima/MX), D. J. Anschel (Port Jefferson, NY/US)
F. Fregni (Boston, MA/US)
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on freezing of gait in
Parkinson’s disease
S. Y. Kang (Hwaseong/KR), Y. H. Sohn (Seoul/KR), S. J. Kim (Busan/KR)
Transcranial direct current stimulation in a mouse model of traumatic
brain injury
D. Bragin, O. Bragina, G. Statom, E. Nemoto (Albuquerque, NM/US)
Lesioned motor cortex neurophysiology in children with perinatal stroke
E. Zewdie, O. Damji, P. Ciechanski, T. Seeger, K. Barlow
A. Kirton (Calgary/CA)
Recovery of the cognitive function by the non-invasive multichannel
neuroelectrostimulation for patients with amnesic syndrome
T. Petrenko, A. Fedotovskih, K. Retiunskiy, V. Kublanov (Yekaterinburg/RU)
Defective interhemispheric inhibition in focal epilepsies
G. Strigaro, E. Matino, C. Pizzamiglio, G. Tondo, L. Falletta, C. Varrasi
R. Cantello (Novara/IT)
Transcranial static magnetic field stimulation-induced modulation of
motor cortex excitability in Parkinson’s disease
M. Dileone (Mostoles, Madrid, Toledo/ES), L. Mordillo Mateos
M. C. Carrasco-Lopez, J. Segundo-Rodriguez
N. López-Aristegu (Toledo/ES), F. Alonso-Frech
M. J. Catalan-Alonso (Madrid/ES), J. A. Obeso (Mostoles, Madrid/ES)
A. Oliviero (Toledo/ES), G. Foffani (Mostoles, Madrid, Toledo/ES)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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P039
P040
P041
P042
P043
P044
P045
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Motor cortex maps reorganization in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis:
navigated TMS study
I. Bakulin, A. Chervyakov, A. Chernyavsky, D. Sinitsyn, A. Poydasheva
E. Zmeykina, M. Zakharova, N. Suponeva, M. Piradov (Moscow/RU)
Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) for Fibromyalgia Pain:
A Systematic Review
S. K. Praharaj (Manipal/IN)
Restoration of abnormal muscular cramping in musicians’ dystonia
through bihemispheric transcranial direct current stimulation and
bimanual motor retraining
S. Furuya (Tokyo/JP; Hanover/DE)
M. Nitsche (Dortmund, Bochum, Göttingen/DE)
W. Paulus (Göttingen/DE), E. Altenmüller (Hanover/DE)
Facilitatory effect of intermittent theta burst stimulation in cortical
and subcortical middle cerebral artery stroke
J. Sungju, A. Seung-Chan (Daejeon/KR)
Investigating the relationship between contagious yawning and
motor cortex excitability
H. Sigurdsson, B. Brown, E. Sykes, J. Salisbury, G. Jackson
S. Jackson (Nottingham/GB)
Deep Brain Stimulation of Subthalamic Nucleus and L-dopa modulate
TMS-evoked cortical activity in Parkinson’s disease patients
E. P. Casula, M. C. Pellicciari, V. Ponzo, M. Stampanoni Bassi
D. Veniero, A. Peppe, L. Brusa, A. Stefani, G. Koch (Rome/IT)
The effect of transcutaneous vagal nerve stimulation on
experimental heat pain – a crossover blinded sham- and
placebo-controlled investigation
H. Hacker, N. Möller, N. N. Gürtler, K. Hahnenkamp (Greifswald/DE)
T. I. Usichenko (Greifswald/DE; Hamilton/CA)
The stability of hand cortical motor representations in writer’s cramp
patients after repetitive transranial magnetic stimulation
A. Poydasheva, A. Chernyavskiy, A. Chervyakov, N. Suponeva
O. Semenova, S. Timerbaeva, M. Piradov (Moscow/RU)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
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P047
P048
P049
P050
P051
P052
P053
Cortico-cerebellar pathway contribution to stroke recovery
N. Wymbs, J. Xu, P. Celnik (Baltimore, MD/US)
Safety and tolerability of transcranial magnetic stimulation for motor
and language mapping in children with epilepsy
R. Gersner, H. L. Kaye (Boston, MA/US), L. Oberman (Providence, RI/US)
A. Chung, M. J. Sanchez, N. Chiriboga, A. Boes, A. Pascual-Leone
A. Rotenberg (Boston, MD/US)
Motor mapping by transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals persistent
ipsilateral corticospinal connections in the epileptic hemisphere in
patients with intractable focal epilepsy
H. L. Kaye, R. Gersner, A. Pascual-Leone, A. Boes, J. Peters
A. Rotenberg (Boston, MD/US)
Chronic post stroke central pain – increased success rate of chronic
epidural motor cortex stimulation using somatotopic, navigated
repetitive TMS for patient selection and implant placement
M. Thordstein (Linköping/SE), K. Gatzinsky, G. Pegenius (Gothenburg/SE)
Does rTMS and/or tDCS improve the outcome of behavioral aphasia
therapy in subacute aphasia?
I. Rubi-Fessen (Cologne/DE), A. Thiel (Montreal/CA), A. Hartmann
A. Riecker (Cologne/DE), A. Zumbandsen (Montreal/CA)
V. Limmroth, W.-D. Heiss (Cologne/DE)
Brain connectivity changes associated with tDCS plus cognitive
training in Parkinson Disease with mild cognitive impairment
R. Biundo, L. Wais, A. Antonini (Venice-Lido/IT)
Investigation of the influence of the parieto-premotor network on the
motor cortex in writer’s cramp using transcranial magnetic
stimulation (TMS)
J. E. Park (Goyang/KR; Bethesda, MD/US), P. Mathew
M. Villegas (Bethesda, MD/US), P. Srivanitchapoom (Bangkok/TH)
T. Wu, M. Hallett (Bethesda, MD/US)
Double blind randomized controlled clinical trial of frontoparietal
tDCS in patients with disorders of consciousness
G. Martens (Liège/BE), A. Thibaut (Boston, MD/US), S. Laureys (Liège/BE)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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P054
P055
P056
P057
The evaluation of transcranial magnetic stimulation rTMS in
corticobasal degeneration (CBD) – PET, QEEG and
Neuropsychological correlates
G. Toprak, L. Hanoglu, B. Guntekin, B. Yulug, H. A. Velioglu, M. Budak
T. Çakır (Istanbul/TR)
P058
P059
P060
P061
A proof-of-concept study on the combination of repetitive transcranial
magnetic stimulation and relaxation techniques in chronic tinnitus
P. Kreuzer, T. Poeppl (Regensburg/DE), J. Bulla (Bergen/NO)
W. Schlee, A. Lehner, B. Langguth, M. Schecklmann (Regensburg/DE)
Combined repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation and peripheral
muscle magnetic stimulation in chronic tinnitus
M. Schecklmann, T. B. Poeppl, P. M. Kreuzer, B. Langguth (Regensburg/DE)
Daily transcranial random noise stimulation of the temporal cortex
in chronic tinnitus
M. Schecklmann, T. B. Poeppl, P. M. Kreuzer
B. Langguth (Regensburg/DE)
Individualized rTMS – a proof-of-concept study in chronic tinnitus
P. Kreuzer, T. Poeppl, V. Vielsmeier, A. Lehner, B. Langguth
M. Schecklmann (Regensburg/DE)
A clinical trial evaluating the effects of combined transcranial direct
current stimulation and alcohol approach bias retraining
T. den Uyl (Amsterdam/NL), T. Gladwin (Utrecht/NL)
M. Rinck (Nijmegen/NL), J. Lindenmeyer (Lindow/DE)
R. Wiers (Amsterdam/NL)
tACS in a rat model of focal demyelination
P. Kunz, C. Stadelmann-Nessler, W. Paulus (Göttingen/DE)
Continuous thetaburst stimulation for the treatment of refractory
Epilepsy – case report
S. Carrette (Ghent/BE), D. Klooster (Eindhoven, Heeze/NL)
L. Nollet, R. Duprat, W. Staljanssens, P. Van Mierlo (Ghent/BE)
A. Van Dycke (Bruges/BE), E. Carrette, R. Raedt, A. Meurs, C. Baeken
K. Vonck, P. Boon (Ghent/BE)
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
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P063
P064
P065
P066
P067
P068
P069
P070
Effects of transcutaneous supraorbital nerve stimulation on
Laser-Evoked Potentials and pain perception in migraine patients
and normal subjects
E. Vecchio, K. Ricci, A. Montemurno, M. de Tommaso (Bari/IT)
Disinhibition of motor cortex in post-stroke paresthesia
C.-C. Chao, S.-T. Hsieh, S.-C. Tang, J.-S. Jeng (Taipei/TW)
rTMS in the treatment of orofacial pain
J. Fricova, R. Rokyta (Prague/CZ)
Abnormally low intracortical inhibition in dystonia with poor response to
pallidal stimulation
A. Fecikova, V. Cejka, V. Capek, F. Ruzicka, V. Bocek, D. Stastna
I. Stetkarova, D. Urgosik, R. Jech (Prague/CZ)
Polarity-specific modulation of central pain processing by transcranial
directcurrent stimulation
S. Naegel, J. Biermann, N. Theysohn, H.-C. Diener (Essen/DE)
M. Obermann (Essen, Seesen/DE), D. Holle (Essen/DE)
Stage dependent alteration of cortical excitability in patients with
hepatic encephalopathy
S. J. Groiss, M. Butz, T. Baumgarten, N.-D. Füllenbach, D. Häussinger
A. Schnitzler (Düsseldorf/DE)
Acute treatment of migraine attacks using transcranial alternating
current stimulation at home
R. Bischoff, C. Stephani, D. Czesnik, C. Timäus, W. Paulus
A. Antal (Göttingen/DE)
The prevalence and functional relevance of ipsilateral and contralateral
connections to the proximal upper limb in chronic stroke survivors
U. Hammerbeck (Manchester/GB)
Therapeutic possibilities of repetitive magnetic stimulation at patients
with various neurological disorders
M. M. Kopachka, E. M. Troshina, S. V. Madorsky, E. V. Sharova
M.V. Chelyapina, N. A. Dzyubanova, V. N. Blokhina
D. A. Lysachev (Moscow/RU)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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tDCS Effects over the Left DLPFC versus the right ppc in multiple
sclerosis fatigue
M. A. Chalah, A. Créange, J.-P. Lefaucheur (Créteil/FR)
S. S. Ayache (Créteil/FR; Beirut/LB)
Non-invasive brain stimulation – A hope for relieving multiple sclerosis
symptoms?
S. S. Ayache (Créteil/FR; Beirut/LB), M. A. Chalah, A. Créange
J.-P. Lefaucheur (Créteil/FR)
Transcranial direct current stimulation in schizophrenia – a systemic
review and meta-analysis
T. Y. Lee, I. Y. Ahn, J. S. Kwon (Seoul/KR)
P074
Aberrant temporal behavior of discrete mismatch negativity generators in
patients with schizophrenia and subjects at clinical high risk for psychosis
M. Kim, K. I. K. Cho, Y. B. Yoon, T. Y. Lee, S. N. Kim, J. S. Kwon (Seoul/KR)
P316
Influence of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on
Electrophysiological and Behavioral Correlates of Cognitive Fatigue
in Multiple Sclerosis
M. Fiene, H.J.- Heinze, S. Vielhaber, T. Zaehle (Magdeburg/DE)
P317
Transcranial direct current stimulation combined with visuo-motor
training as treatment for chronic stroke patients
E. Pavlova (Stockholm/SE), P. Lindberg (Paris/FR), A. Khan
S. Ruschkowski (Stockholm/SE)
M.A. Nitsche (Göttingen, Dortmund, Bochum/DE)
J. Borg (Stockholm/SE)
08:30–18:30
Modelling and Biophysics
P075
P076
Time-varying coupling of EEG oscillations predicts excitability
fluctuations in the primary motor cortex as reflected by motor
evoked potentials amplitude – an EEG-TMS study
F. Vecchio, F. Ferreri, F. Miraglia, D. Ponzo, P. M. Rossini (Rome/IT)
A beagle model for understanding tDCS effects
J. Been, D. Kim, H. Seo, S. C. Jun (Gwangju/KR)
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P078
P079
P080
In-vivo estimation of head conductivities frequency response with
IES and SEEG-EEG
H. Altakroury, L. Koessler, J. Hofmanis, V. Louis-Dorr (Vandoeuvre/FR)
Modeling the effect of phase-triggered transcranial magnetic
stimulation on cortical excitability
N. Schaworonkow, J. Triesch (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
Electroconvulsive therapy induced hippocampal electric field
strength and structural plasticity
Z.-D. Deng (Durham, NC/US), C. Abbott (Albuquerque, NM/US)
Fundamental limitations of focal transcranial weak current stimulation
G. Saturnino (Hvidovre/DK), H. Siebner (Hvidovre, Bispebjerg/DK)
K. Madsen (Hvidovre/DK), A. Thielscher (Hvidovre/DK; Tübingen/DE)
P081
Transcranial electric stimulation guided by dipole forward simulation
A. Hunold (Ilmenau/DE), K. Schellhorn (Munich/DE)
J. Haueisen (Ilmenau, Jena/DE)
P082
The functional anatomy of creativity does not involve the cerebellum
R. Ferrucci, F. Ruggiero, M. Fumagalli, M. Vergari (Milan/IT)
F. Cortese (Milan, Rome/IT), F. Mameli (Milan/IT)
T. Bocci (Milan, Pisa/IT), A. Lavazza (Arezzo/IT), A. Priori (Milan/IT)
P083
P084
P085
Method for continuous multichannel measurement of impedance at
the auricular sites innervated by various cranial nerves
T. Usichenko Hamilton/CA; Greifswald/DE, D. Gogola, T. Dermek
M. Teplan (Bratislava/SK)
Electric field distribution in the lumbar spinal cord during
trans-spinal magnetic stimulation
S. R. Fernandes, R. Salvador, C. Wenger, M. de Carvalho
P. C. Miranda (Lisbon/PT)
MEP variability associated with coil pitch and roll using single-pulse TMS
M. Grey (Birmingham/GB), M. van de Ruit (Delft/NL)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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P086
P087
P088
P089
A data-driven method for TMS pulse artefact reduction from EEG
data – sPCA
L. Tomasevic (Hvidovre/DK; Rome/DK), F. Giambattistelli (Rome/IT)
G. Pellegrino (Montreal/CA), P. Rossini (Rome/IT)
H. Siebner (Hvidovre/DK), F. Tecchio (Rome/IT)
P090
Excitation mechanisms of TMS on cortical neuron models
A. Aberra, B. Wang, W. Grill, A. Peterchev (Durham, NC/US)
P091
Modeling the effects of trans-spinal direct current stimulation on the
lumbar spinal circuits
A. Kuck, H. van der Kooij (Enschede/NL)
D. F. Stegeman (Nijmegen/NL), E. H. F. van Asseldonk (Enschede/NL)
P092
P093
P094
Cortico-spinal and cortico-cortical excitability is influenced by the
phase of oscillatory alpha activity at the time of the stimulus
D. Desideri, C. Zrenner, P. Belardinelli, U. Ziemann (Tübingen/DE)
Impact of coil waveform and orientation on TMS evoked potentials:
a TMS-EEG study
A. Pisoni, G. Mattavelli, A. Vergallito, M. Rosanova, M. Fecchio
L. J. Romero Lauro (Milan/IT)
Different modulation effects of TBS produced by different repetitive
TMS machines
P.-Y. Fong, Y.-Z. Huang (Taoyuan/TW)
Incorporating initial polarization in neural simulations for accurate
modeling of brain stimulation
B. Wang, A. Aberra, W. Grill, A. Peterchev (Durham, NC/US)
Transcranial cortex stimulation, neuroplasticity and learning:
an experimental and computational study
R. Khalil (Magdeburg/DE), B. Godde (Bremen/DE)
A. Karim (Tübingen/DE)
Method for EEG guided transcranial Electrical Stimulation without models
A. Cancelli, C. Cottone, F. Tecchio (Rome/IT), D. Truong
J. Dmochowski, D. Adair, M. Bikson (New York, NY/US)
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P095
P096
P097
Optimal tDCS electrode montages to stimulate nonsuperficial cortex:
a simulation study
C.-H. Im, S. J. Lee, C. Lee (Seoul/KR)
P098
P100
P101
Cortical layer-specific distribution of TES electric fields
A. Opitz, A. Falchier, G. Linn, Y. Kajikawa, M. Milham
C. Schroeder (Orangeburg, SC/US)
Impact of coil rotation on TMS threshold
J. Meincke, M. Hewitt, D. Liebetanz (Göttingen/DE)
P318
tACS on a phantom head
T. Neuling, N. Weisz, G. Demarchi (Salzburg/AT)
P319
Estimation of electric field induced by transcranial magnetic stimulation based on admittance method
A. Paffi, F. Apollonio, M. Liberti, F. Carducci (Rome/IT)
COMETS2 – A MATLAB toolbox for numerical simulation of electric
fields generated by transcranial direct current stimulation
C.-H. Im, C. Lee, S. J. Lee (Seoul/KR), Y. Jung (Pusan/KR)
Direct measurement of electric fields in human and monkeys during
transcranial electric stimulation
A. Opitz, A. Falchier, C.-G. Yan, E. Yeagle, G. Linn (Orangeburg, SC/US)
P. Megevand (Manhasset, NY/US), A. Thielscher (Copenhagen/DK)
M. Milham (Orangeburg, SC/US), A. Mehta (Manhasset, NY/US)
C. Schroeder (Orangeburg, SC/US)
Nerve conduction study in healthy individuals
M. K. Jha, T. M. Sharma, O. Nepal, M. Bade (Dhulikhel/NP)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Cognitive and multimodal stimulation (P101–P132, P313)
TMS – What is stimulated? M1 (P133–P161)
tDCS/tACS – What is stimulated? (P162–P207, P313)
TMS – What is stimulated? Beyond M1 (P208–P240)
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p. 42 ff.
p. 45 ff.
p. 50 ff.
08:30–18:30
Cognitive and multimodal stimulation
P102
P103
P104
P105
P106
P107
P108
Multiple-electrode tDCS montage modulates shifting and risk taking
behaviors
N. Jacoby, M. Lavidor (Ramat Gan/IL)
Functional connectivity changes after bilateral tDCS over the frontal
region – preliminary data from aphasia
V. Fiori, T. Gili, G. De Pasquale (Rome/IT), U. Sabatini (Catanzaro/IT)
C. Caltagirone (Rome/IT), P. Marangolo (Napoli/IT)
The role of IPS and TPJ in selective attention in multi-target
environments
M. Prass, B. de Haan (Tübingen/DE)
Modulating inter-hemispheric coherence to influence behavior:
a TMS-EEG study
N. Thirugnanasambandam, M. Hallett (Bethesda, MD/US)
Multimodal assessment of TMS-induced acute effects
M. Tik, M. Woletz, L. Navarro de Lara, R. Sladky, A. Hoffmann
A. Hummer, C. Windischberger (Vienna/AT)
Assessing effectiveness and specificity of DLPFC rTMS using an
unbiased resting-state approach
M. Tik, A. Hoffmann, R. Sladky, L. Tomova, A. Hummer
L. Navarro de Lara (Vienna/AT), B. Biswal (Newark, NJ/US)
H. Bukowski, J. Pripfl, C. Lamm, C. Windischberger (Vienna/AT)
Remediation of cognitive impairment due to sleep deprivation:
a rTMS pilot study
D. P. Martinez-Cancino, A. García-Quintanar
J. Azpiroz-Leehan (Mexico City/MX)
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EEG and fNIRS co-registration during cooperate and competitive joined
actions
M. Balconi, M. E. Vanutelli (Milan/IT)
P110
P111
P112
P113
P114
P115
P116
Transcranial direct current stimulation of the brain motor area
generates a transient increase of small worldnessy in connectivity:
an EEG graph theoretical analysis
F. Miraglia, F. Vecchio, R. Di Iorio, G. Granata, R. Romanello
P. M. Rossini (Rome/IT)
Neurobiology of Deception and Moral Cognition
A. Karim (Tübingen/DE), R. Khalil (Tübingen, Magdeburg/DE)
M. Schneider (Tübingen/DE), M. Lotze (Tübingen, Greifswald/DE)
E. Khedr (Assiut/EG), N. Birbaumer (Tübingen/DE)
Investigations of general cognitive ability on the efficiency of slow
oscillatory-tDCS
P. C. Koo, K. Schneider, M. Moelle, L. Marshall (Lübeck/DE)
Modulation of food and body weight implicit attitudes with
non-invasive brain stimulation techniques
G. Mattavelli, L. J. Romero lauro, A. D’Agostino, G. Schiena, S. Bertelli
G. Ruggero, C. Papagno (Milan/IT)
The automatic neuroscientist – tailoring tACS using real-time fMRI
and Bayesian optimization
R. Lorenz, R. P. Monti, A. Hampshire (London/GB), Y. Koush (Geneva/CH)
C. Anagnostopoulos, A. Faisal, D. Sharp, G. Montana, R. Leech
I. Violante (London/GB)
A tale of two networks – a simultaneous Fmri-tDCS study of anodal
versus cathodal stimulation
L. Li, I. Violante, E. Ross, R. Leech, A. Hampshire, D. Carmichael
D. Sharp (London/GB)
Affective responses, body ownership and Rubber Hand Illusion:
EEG and fNIRS data
I. Venturella, V. Milone, D. Crivelli, M. Balconi (Milan/IT)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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P117
Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on the functional
coupling of the sensorimotor cortical network
R. Di Iorio, F. Vecchio (Rome/IT), M. C. Pellicciari (Brescia/IT)
F. Miraglia (Rome/IT), D. Brignani (Brescia/IT), G. Granata (Rome/IT)
C. Miniussi (Brescia/IT), P. M. Rossini (Rome/IT)
P118
P119
P120
P121
P122
P123
P124
The effect of age and cognitive load on prefrontal neurofunctional
Lateralization – a tDCS study
A. Vergallito (Milan/IT), M. Berlingeri (Urbino/IT), L. Danelli
L. Zapparoli, L. J. Romero Lauro (Milan/IT)
Repetitive TMS can modulate local phase and global phase
synchronization of human brain activity
Y. Okazaki, Y. Nakagawa (Saitama/JP), T. Hanakawa, Y. Mizuno
K. Kitajo (Saitama, Tokyo/JP)
Asymmetric function of the right and left inferior parietal lobule in
mind wandering – a tDCS and fMRI study
S. Kajimura (Kyoto, Tokyo/JP), T. Kochiyama, R. Nakai, N. Abe
M. Nomura (Kyoto/JP)
The neurophysiological underpinnings of mirror-touch synaesthesia:
a TMS-EEG study
L. J. Romero Lauro, A. Pisoni, A. Vergallito, N. Bolognini (Milan/IT)
Contribution of integrated somatosensory and auditory inputs to the
cortical response evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation:
a sham TMS-EEG study
V. Conde, I. Akopian, L. Tomasevic, K. Stanek, T. O. Bergmann
H. R. Siebner (Hvidovre/DK)
Repeated measure stability of prefrontal transcranial Direct Current
Stimulation (tDCS) on functional MRI connectivity in healthy subjects
J. Woersching, K. Helbich, U. Kumpf, B. Ertl-Wagner, F. Padberg
D. Keeser (Munich/DE)
Real-time source-level EEG network activity state triggered TMS with
millisecond resolution
P. Belardinelli, D. Desideri, C. Zrenner, U. Ziemann (Tübingen/DE)
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P125
Is fMRI a useful tool to visualize effects of different tDCS stimulation
protocol?
A. Ritter, G. Seidel, F. Bähr, F. Hamzei (Jena/DE)
P126
P127
P128
P129
P130
P131
P132
P313
Spatiotemporal and task dependence of broadband aftereffects
observed following parietal 10-Hz tACS – a MEG study
C. Tesche, J. Houck (Albuquerque, NM/US)
A combined EEG and alpha tACS study on visual working memory in
healthy ageing
G. Grande, M. Golemme (London/GB), E. Tatti (Siena/IT)
S. Chiesa (Siena, Turin/IT), J. Van Velzen, C. Di Bernardi Luft
M. Cappelletti (London/GB)
Physiologic Artifacts When Combining EEG and tDCS
N. Gebodh, D. Adair (New York, NY/US), K. Chelette (Madison, WI/US)
Z. Esmaeilpour (New York, NY/US; Teheran/IR), M. Bikson
J. Dmochowski (New York, NY/US)
Prefrontal cortical excitability enhancement after cathodal tDCS:
a multimodal study
C. Rodella (Rome, Brescia/IT), J. Cespon, C. Miniussi (Brescia/IT)
P. M. Rossini (Rome/IT), M. C. Pellicciari (Brescia/IT)
Assessing the roles of inferior parietal lobule and ventral premotor
cortex in emotion body processing – a combined cTBS-fMRI study
T. Engelen, M. Zhan, A. Sack, B. de Gelder (Maastricht/NL)
Phase-dependent modulations of brain activity and connectivity are
dependent on cognitive state
I. Violante, L. Li, D. Carmichael, A. Hampshire, J. Rothwell
D. Sharp (London/GB)
Physiological processes non-linearly affect electrophysiological
recordings during transcranial electric stimulation
N. Noury, J. Hipp, M. Siegel (Tübingen/DE)
Reactivation of iconic memory in a priming task by Transcranial
Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
S. Morand, J. Gross, G. Thut (Glasgow/GB)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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TMS – What is stimulated? M1
P133
P134
P135
P136
P137
P138
Influence of intertrial-interval on measures of motor cortical excitability
E. Kallioniemi (Kuopio/FI), F. Awiszus (Magdeburg/DE)
M. Pitkänen (Kuopio, Espoo/FI), P. Julkunen (Kuopio/FI)
P139
Assessment of cortico-cortical connectivity between premotor and
motor cortices by means of combined peripheral nerve electrical
stimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation
G. Barchiesi (Salzburg/AT), S. Sorella (Trieste, Trento/IT)
L. Cattaneo (Verona/IT)
Motor evoked potentials in healthy iraqi subjects – a transcranial
magnetic stimulation study
B. Alfatly, F. B. Hamdan (Baghdad/IQ)
Intermittent theta burst increases action potential threshold and
spike firing in cortical layer 5 pyramidal neurons
A. Tang, I. Hong (Perth/AU), L. Boddington, J. Reynolds (Otago/NZ)
A. Garrett, S. Etherington, J. Rodger (Perth/AU)
Investigating inhibitory processes within the motor cortex during
conflict resolution using paired-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation
D. van Campen, E. Hartstra, K. Sutter (Nijmegen/NL)
M. Ullsperger (Nijmegen/NL; Magdeburg/DE)
I. Toni (Nijmegen/NL), R. Mars (Nijmegen/NL; Oxford/GB)
Specific DTI seeding and diffusivity-analysis improve the quality and
prognostic value of TMS-based motor-DTI
T. Rosenstock, D. Giampiccolo, I. Bährend, H. Schneider, P. Vajkoczy
T. Picht (Berlin/DE)
Influence of the difference of induced current direction on measurement of corticospinal excitability changes after continuous and intermittent theta burst stimulation
T. Sasaki, S. Tokushige, S. Terada, A. Yugeta, Y. Terao (Tokyo/JP)
Y. Ugawa (Fukushima/JP), M. Hamada (Tokyo/JP)
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P140
P141
P142
P143
P144
P145
Dorsal premotor cortex revisited – movement-related inhibitory
connectivity to the ipsilateral motor cortex
L. Cattaneo (Verona/IT), B. Zattera (Trento/IT)
S. Sorella (Trieste, Trento/IT), S. Parmigiani (Trento/IT)
Neuroanatomical basis of the directional motor deficits associated with
movement planning and execution – an rTMS study in healthy subjects
M. Gutierrez-Herrera, S. Saevarsson, T. Huber, J. Hermsdoerfer
W. Stadler (Munich/DE)
P146
Sulcus-based linear mapping of sensorimotor integration in the hand
motor area
R. Dubbioso (Hvidovre/DK), E. Raffin (Grenoble/FR), A. Karabanov
S. Nielsen, A. Thielscher, H. Siebner (Hvidovre/DK)
P147
Effects of cTBS on the integration of haptic light fingertip contact and
body sway
D. Kaulmann, L. Johannsen (Munich/DE)
Contribution of the motor system to McGurk effect – event-related
fMRI and TMS studies
T. Murakami, J. Fujiwara, Y. Sakamoto, M. Okamoto (Fukushima/JP)
T. Mizuochi, T. Iwabuchi, M. Makuuchi (Tokorozawa/JP)
M. Abe (Sendai/JP), H. Kubo, N. Matsuda, S. Kobayashi, H. Ito
S. Takenoshita, Y. Ugawa (Fukushima/JP)
Reliability of MEP when using the 1 mV MEP standard to set TMS intensity
M. van de Ruit (Delft/NL), M. Grey (Birmingham/GB)
Navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation of premotor cortex and
long latency responses elicited in hand muscles during handwriting
M. Rogić Vidaković (Split/HR)
Motor cortical stimulation versus voluntary relaxation to study muscle
relaxation properties in different muscle conditions
J. Molenaar, J. Doorduin, N. Voermans, B. van Engelen
D. Stegeman (Nijmegen/NL)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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P148
P149
P150
P151
P152
P153
P154
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Dose-effect of transcranial static magnetic field stimulation on
excitatory and inhibitory intracortical circuits
M. Dileone (Mostoles, Madrid, Toledo/ES), L. Mordillo Mateos
A. Oliviero (Toledo/ES), G. Foffani (Mostoles, Madrid, Toledo/ES)
Reproducibility of the long intracortical inhibition curve in healthy subjects
A. de Goede, C. Eertman, E. ter Braack, M. van Putten (Enschede/NL)
Exploiting i-wave rhythmicity to optimize the stimulus-response
relationship for tms of M1
J. van Bellen, M. Takemi, A. N. Karabanov, H. R. Siebner (Hvidovre/DK)
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation – a call for better data
M. Wilson, L. S. George (Hamilton/NZ)
After-effects of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation on
the excitability of the motor cortex in rats
H. Koo, M. S. Kim, S. W. Han (Iksan/KR), Y.-H. Kim (Seoul/KR)
S.-H. Ko, Y.-I. Shin (Yangsan/KR)
Cerebellar-M1 connectivity (CBI) – one or two different networks?
D. Spampinato (Baltimore, MD/US), J. C. Rothwell (London/GB)
P. A. Celnik (Baltimore, MD/US)
Probing the sensitivity of a novel MR head coil array for TMS/fMRI
studies of the motor cortex
L. Navarro de Lara, M. Tik, M. Woletz, E. Moser, E. Lasitler
C. Windischberger (Vienna/AT)
P155
Fluctuation of motor evoked potentials and resting motor threshold
over time
C. Havill, G. Samusyte, M. Koltzenburg (London/GB)
P156
P157
Ongoing EEG oscillations modulate MEP amplitudes – a possible
mechanism of MEP variability
K. Ogata, H. Nakazono, S. Tobimatsu (Fukuoka/JP)
Reliability of threshold tracking technique for short interval intracortical
inhibition
G. Samusyte, H. Bostock, J. Rothwell, M. Koltzenburg (London/GB)
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P158
P159
P160
P161
The role of ipsilateral motor areas in hand motor function – insights from
online TMS
C. Tscherpel (Jülich, Cologne/DE), L. Hensel (Cologne/DE)
L. J. Volz (Santa Barbara, CA/US), G. R. Fink, C. Grefkes (Jülich, Cologne/DE)
08:30–18:30
P162
P163
tDCS/tACS – What is stimulated?
P164
Modulation of semantic speech-gesture matching performance by tDCS
R. Schülke, B. Straube (Marburg/DE)
P165
P166
Variability and stability in response to 2mA transcranial Direct Current
Stimulation (tDCS)
K. Dyke, S. Jackson, G. Jackson (Nottingham/GB)
Specific and non-specific inhibition of interneurons circuits during
motor preparation and suppression
R. Hannah, S. Cavanagh, S. Tremblay (London/GB)
S. Simeoni (Udine/IT; London/GB), J. C. Rothwell (London/GB)
Enhanced biasing effect of prior knowledge on perceptual decision
processes following continuous theta burst stimulation of motor cortex
R. Hannah, S. Modi, J. Bonaiuto, J. C. Rothwell (London/GB)
Robot-guided approach to the correlation of TMS intensity and focality
in man
M. Hewitt, J. Meincke, D. Liebetanz (Göttingen/DE)
Probing neural mechanisms of auditory streaming in humans by
transcranial direct current stimulation
S. Deike, M. Deliano, A. Brechmann (Magdeburg/DE)
The role of the angular gyrus in creative and automatic tasks
H. Pick, M. Lavidor (Ramat Gan/IL)
Evidence for state dependent direct effects of alpha band transcranial
alternating current stimulation
P. Ruhnau (Magdeburg/DE), T. Neuling (Salzburg/AT)
M. Fuscá (Trento/IT), C. S. Herrmann (Oldenburg/DE), G. Demarchi
N. Weisz (Salzburg/AT)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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P167
P168
P169
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Modulation of corticothalamic sleep regulation by transcranial direct
current stimulation is an area-specific effect
L. B. Krone, L. Frase, P. Selhausen, S. Zittel, F. Jahn, H. Piosczyk
B. Feige (Freiburg/DE), M. Nitsche (Göttingen, Dortmund, Bochum/DE)
D. Riemann, C. Nissen (Freiburg/DE)
Modulating cortical excitability of human motor cortex by β- and
γ-band transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS)
M. Nowak, E. Hinson (Oxford/GB), A. Guerra (Rome/IT; Oxford/GB)
A. Pogosyan, F. van Ede, A. Quinn, P. Brown, C. Stagg (Oxford/GB)
Does Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation elicit consistent
effects?
C. Ammann, M. A. Lindquist, P. A. Celnik (Baltimore, MD/US)
P170
P171
P172
Impact of high definition transcranial direct current stimulation over
the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex on social cognition
A. Martin, M. Meinzer (Brisbane/AU)
P173
Bi-frontal transcranial direct current stimulation does modulate .sleep,
but does not affect sleep-related memory consolidation
L. Frase, H. Piosczyk, F. Jahn, S. Zittel, L. Krone, P. Selhausen, B. Feige
J. G. Maier, D. Riemann (Freiburg/DE)
M. A. Nitsche (Göttingen, Dortmund, Bochum/DE)
C. Nissen (Freiburg/DE)
P174
Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) Intensity on
Vigilance Performance
R. McKinley, L. McIntire, B. Tabares, J. Nelson, B. Greier
S. Harshman, C. Goodyear (Wright-Patterson, OH/US)
Impact of a novel high-definition tDCS set-up on cognitive control
O. Gbadeyan (Brisbane/AU)
M. Steinhauser (Brisbane/AU; Eichstaett/DE), K. McMahon, B. Hsieh
M. Meinzer (Brisbane/AU)
Frequency modulation of reward and punishment feedback processing
during frontal cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation
M. Wischnewski, D. Schutter (Nijmegen/NL)
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P175
P176
P177
The effect of transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation on probabilistic
learning
Z. Zavecz, K. Horváth, O. Pesthy, N. Éltető, K. Janacsek
D. Nemeth (Budapest/HU)
An EEG-TMS study investigating the oscillatory signatures underlying
the time course of reflexive visuospatial attention
M.-M. Ahrens, D. Veniero, M. Harvey, G. Thut (Glasgow/GB)
Transcranial alternating current stimulation with sawtooth waves:
simultaneous stimulation and EEG recording
J. Dowsett (Munich/DE), C. Herrmann (Oldenburg/DE)
P. Taylor (Munich/DE)
P178
P179
Does current strength interact with baseline performance to influence
tDCS outcome? a replication study
G. Learmonth, C. Benwell, G. Thut, M. Harvey (Glasgow/GB)
P180
P181
P182
Non-invasive brain stimulation is safe in children – evidence from 2.5
million stimulations
E. Zewdie, P. Ciechanski, F. MacMaster, T. Seeger, O. Damji, J. Keess
T. Rajapakse (Calgary/CA), J. Yang (Edmonton/CA)
J. Hodge (Calgary/CA), Z. Jadavji, K. Barlow, A. Kirton (Calgary/CA)
Suprasegmental effects of dorsal transcutaneous spinal Direct
Current Stimulation (tsDCS) on the Ia-motoneuron connections
F. Cortese (Milan, Latina/IT), M. Vergari, R. Ferrucci, M. Nigro
F. Ruggiero, F. Cogiamanian, G. Ardolino (Milan/IT)
T. Bocci (Milan, Pisa/IT), S. Barbieri, A. Priori (Milan/IT)
tACS frequency dependent changes in corticospinal excitability revealed
using TMS mapping
M. van de Ruit (Delft/NL), C. McAllister, M. Grey (Birmingham/GB)
Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on cognitive
activity
A. Ashikhmin (Dolgoprudny/RU), A. Shishelova (Dolgoprudny, Moscow/RU)
R. Aliev (Dolgoprudny, Puschino, Moscow/RU)
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P183
P184
Transcranial direct current stimulation improves sleep quality
F. Ruggiero, M. Nigro, R. Ferrucci, M. Vergari, A. Ariodante, A. Monti
F. Cortese, T. Bocci, S. Barbieri, A. Priori (Milan/IT)
P186
P187
P188
Prefrontal transcranial direct current stimulation induces
polarity-specific changes in resting state electroencephalographic
gamma activity
P. Selhausen, L. Frase, H. Piosczyk, F. Jahn, L. Krone, S. Zittel, B. Feige
D. Riemann (Freiburg/DE), M. Nitsche (Göttingen/DE)
C. Nissen (Freiburg/DE)
P189
P190
P191
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Individual transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) within
the beta range during verbal working memory
S. Weiss, L. S. Balduin, H. M. Müller (Bielefeld/DE)
Individual differences in parietal theta frequency drive spatial working
memory capacity
V. Romei, N. Cooper (Colchester/GB), P. Sauseng (Munich/DE)
N. Wolinski (Colchester/GB)
Counteracting implicit conflicts by cathodal tDCS to the prefrontal cortex
P. Schroeder, H.-C. Nuerk, C. Plewnia (Tübingen/DE)
Transcranial modulation of visually induced gamma power – a concurrent
TACS-MEG study
J. D. Herring (Nijmegen/NL), S. Esterer (Nijmegen/NL; Cardiff/GB)
T. R. Marshall (Nijmegen/NL), O. Jensen (Nijmegen, Amsterdam/NL)
T. O. Bergmann (Tübingen/DE; Nijmegen/NL)
Cerebellar direct current stimulation modulates pain perception in humans
T. Bocci (Pisa, Milan/IT), R. Ferrucci (Milan/IT), L. Parenti
D. Barloscio (Pisa/IT), M. Vergari, F. Cortese, A. Priori (Milan/IT)
M. Valeriani (Rome/IT), F. Sartucci (Pisa/IT)
Cerebellum and defensive behavior within the peripersonal space
T. Bocci (Pisa, Milan/IT), R. Ferrucci (Milan/IT), L. Parenti
D. Barloscio (Pisa/IT), M. Vergari, F. Cortese, A. Priori (Milan/IT)
F. Sartucci (Pisa/IT)
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Investigating the role of the parietal and prefrontal cortices in spatial
working memory using transcranial direct current stimulation
A.-H. Javadi (Canterbury/GB), Z. Assassi (London/GB)
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Effect of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on sleepdependent memory consolidation in healthy young subjects
A. Bueno-Lopez, T. Eggert, H. Dorn, H. Danker-Hopfe (Berlin/DE)
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Withdrawal symptoms of electrical brain stimulation in a probabilistic
decision making task
A.-H. Javadi (Canterbury/GB)
On the effect of tDCS on risk taking behaviour – a study using the
balloons analogue risk task
R. Russo, D. Wallace, P. Twyman, N. Cooper (Colchester/GB)
P. Fitzgerald (Melbourne/AU)
Electroencephalographic effects of transcranial random noise
stimulation of the temporal cortex
M. Schecklmann, P. Kreuzer, N. Gebel, T. B. Poeppl
B. Langguth (Regensburg/DE)
tDCS stimulation of the left Inferior Frontal Gyrus in a connected
speech task with fluent speakers
N. Bashir, P. Howell (London/GB)
tES effects on a visual orientation discrimination task – noise induction
in a non-linear system
A. Zazio (Milan, Brescia/IT), M. Bortoletto, A. Fertonani, C. Pirulli
C. Miniussi (Brescia/IT)
Synchronized tACS entrained oscillatory activity modulates
long-range neuronal transmission efficacy
K. Fehér (Bern/CH), Y. Morishima (Bern/CH; Saitama/JP)
Modulating cortical dynamics of binocular rivalry with tRNS over primary
visual cortex
O. van der Groen, N. Wenderoth (Zurich/CH)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Outlasting effect of transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS)
on individual alpha power decays within 90 minutes after stimulation
F. H. Kasten (Oldenburg/DE), J. Dowsett (Oldenburg, Munich/DE)
C. S. Herrmann (Oldenburg/DE)
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Is more better? A protocol to investigate the (neural) effects of
repeated vs. single tACS in healthy and pathological ageing
L. Müller-Ehrenberg, F. Verhey, A. Sack, H. Jacobs (Maastricht/NL)
P207
Affecting declarative long-term memory with Transcranial
Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS)
G. de Lara, A. de Alekseichuk, Z. Turi, A. Antal
W. Paulus (Göttingen/DE)
P313
Investigating bimanual motor coordination in healthy young and older adults using EEG and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)
A. Jamil (Göttingen, Dortmund, Bochum/DE), K. Cuypers (Hasselt/BE) M.A. Nitsche (Göttingen, Dortmund, Bochum/DE)
Raf Meesen (Hasselt/BE)
08:30–18:30
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TMS – What is stimulated? Beyond M1
The effect of transcranial direct current stimulation over parietal cortex
on associative memory
S. Filipović, J. Bjekić, M. Živanović, J. Vujičić (Belgrad/RS)
Transcranial direct current stimulation-enhanced learning in good and
bad sleepers
J. Ebajemito (Guildford/GB)
Cross-hemispheric frontoparietal desynchronization impairs the
visual-spatial working memory in humans
I. Alekseichuk, S. C. Pabel, A. Antal, W. Paulus (Göttingen/DE)
The effects of transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation on spinal
reciprocal inhibition in healthy persons
T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo/JP), T. Fujiwara (Kanagawa/JP), T. Takahara
Y. Takahashi, K. Mizuno (Tokyo/JP), J. Ushiba
Y. Masakado (Kanagawa/JP), M. Liu (Tokyo/JP)
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P209
The priming-effects of theta burst stimulation on lower extremity spinal
reciprocal inhibition induced by peripheral patterned electrical stimulation
T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo/JP), T. Fujiwara (Kanagawa/JP)
S.-C. Lin (Taoyuan/TW), M. Liu (Tokyo/JP), Y.-Z. Huang (Taoyuan/TW)
P210
Awareness in movement illusions induced by tendon vibration:
the role of prefrontal structures
D. Crivelli (Milan/IT), M. Bove (Genova/IT), M. Balconi (Milan/IT)
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Development, safety, and parameter optimization of a novel form of
noninvasive vagus nerve stimulation – Transcutaneous Auricular
Vagus Nerve Stimulation (taVNS)
B. Badran, C. Glusman (Charleston, SC/US), A. Badran (San Jose, CA/US)
C. Austelle, W. DeVries, J. Borckhardt, M. George (Charleston, SC/US)
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Noninvasive manipulation of fronto-parietal synchrony improves
conscious visual perception in humans
C. Stengel (Paris/FR), M. Vernet (Bethesda, MD/US)
J. Amengual (Paris/FR)
A. Valero-Cabre (Paris/FR; Boston, MA/US; Barcelona/ES)
Cortical language mapping by rTMS compared to fMRI in healthy volunteers
S. Ille, N. Sollmann, C. Zimmer, B. Meyer, F. Ringel, S. M. Krieg (Munich/DE)
Frontal Eye Fields control visual cortex excitability by phase aligning
beta oscillations – a bifocal Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) study
D. Veniero, S. Morand (Glasgow/GB), F. Duecker
A. T. Sack (Maastricht/NL), J. Gross, G. Thut (Glasgow/GB)
Disentangling rule-dependent from stimulus-dependent brain .networks
in the action observation domain by means of combined TMS and fMRI
S. Ubaldi (Trento/IT), S. Sorella (Trieste, Trento/IT)
L. Cattaneo (Verona/IT)
Do repetitive spinal motor neuron discharges underlie the facilitation
and inhibition in paired-pulse paradigm?
E. T. Batzianouli, N. A. Nguepnjo Nguissi, B. Miaz
D. Benninger (Lausanne/CH)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Disrupting cognitive control in dual-task situations by transcranial
magnetic stimulation of the lateral prefrontal cortex
S. Kübler (Berlin/DE), T. Schubert (Berlin, Halle/DE)
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Cerebellar involvement in facial emotion discrimination – a TMS study
V. Oldrati (Pavia/IT), C. Ferrari, Z. Cattaneo (Milan/IT), T. Vecchi (Pavia/IT)
The variability of targets for repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation
based on navigated TMS mapping and intrinsic connectivity measures
A. Poydasheva, E. Zmeykina, A. Chernyavskiy, A. Chervyakov
N. Suponeva, M. Piradov (Moscow/RU)
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Cortical time course of reading processing by navigated transcranial
magnetic stimulation
M. Rogić Vidaković (Split/HR)
Cerebellar theta burst stimulation modulates the neural activity of
interconnected parietal and motor areas
E. P. Casula, M. C. Pellicciari, V. Ponzo, M. Stampanoni Bassi
D. Veniero, C. Caltagiron, G. Koch (Rome/IT)
Manipulation of connectivity in the dorsal attention network and its
effects on attentional control
F. Duecker, L. Schilberg, A. Sack (Maastricht/NL)
Adaptability and reproducibility of a memory disruption rTMS
protocol in the PharmaCog IMI European project
P. Martin (Barcelona/ES), L. Lanteaume (Marseille/FR)
E. Solana (Barcelona/ES), C. Casse-Perrot (Marseille/FR)
S. Fernández-Cabello (Barcelona/ES), C. Babiloni (Rome/IT)
N. Marzano (Naples/IT), C. Junqué (Barcelona/ES)
P. M. Rossini (Rome/IT), J. Micallef, R. Truillet, E. Charles
E. Jouve (Marseille/FR), R. Bordet (Lille/FR)
J. Valls-Solé (Barcelona/ES), S. Rossi (Siena/IT)
A. Pascual-Leone (Boston, MD/US), O. Blin (Marseille/FR)
J. Richardson (Stevenage/GB), D. Bartrés-Faz (Barcelona/ES)
Heat Pain Threshold increases after dorsolateral prefrontal cortex
(DL) rTMS, but not after stimulation at other sites
A.-C. Schmid (Hamburg/DE; Baltimore, MD/US), J.-H. Chien, C.-C. Liu
J. D. Greenspan, F. A. Lenz (Baltimore, MD/US)
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Dissecting the sense of agency by targeted low-frequency rTMS
T. Popa (Bethesda, MD/US), R. Hunt (Bethesda, MD/US, Rochester, MI/US)
N. Pasternack (Bethesda, MD, Gainesville, FL/US)
M. Hallett (Bethesda, MD/US), S. Meunier (Bethesda, MD/US; Paris/FR)
P226
Effects of transcranial static magnetic field stimulation of the visual
cortex on experimental photophobia
V. Soto-Leon, E. Lozano Soto, S. Sabbarese, B. A. Strange, G. Foffani
A. Oliviero (Toledo/ES)
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TMS-induced modulation of Default-Mode Network regional
neurochemistry relates to functional connectivity, brain structure
and cognition in healthy aging
K. Abellaneda-Pérez, E. Solana (Barcelona/ES), D. Vidal-Piñeiro (Oslo/NO)
N. Bargalló, S. Domènech, A. Salvà, J. Valls-Solé (Barcelona/ES), M.-F. Kuo
M. A. Nitsche (Göttingen, Dortmund, Bochum/DE)
A. Pascual-Leone (Boston, MA/US; Badalona/ES)
D. Bartrés-Faz (Barcelona/ES)
P231
The time course of functional recruitment of dorsolateral prefrontal
cortex during interference control
D. Redolar-Ripoll (Barcelona/ES)
R. Viejo-Sobera (Boston, MA/US; Barcelona/ES), M. Palaus (Barcelona/ES)
A. Valero-Cabre (Paris/FR; Boston, MA/US), E. M. Marron (Barcelona/ES)
Better tolerability and lower mean intensities favour higher-frequent
stimulation as compared to 10 Hz online-rTMS for language mapping:
a test-retest reliability study in healthy volunteers
J. Pieczewski, C. Nettekoven, V. Neuschmelting, K. Thiele, C. Grefkes
R. Goldbrunner, C. Weiss Lucas (Cologne/DE)
Asymmetric Interhemispheric connectivity between V5 Areas drives
asymmetric perception of motion – a ccPAS study
V. Romei (Colchester/GB), E. Chiappini
M. Soriano (Colchester/GB; Bologna/IT)
P. Hibbard (Colchester/GB), A. Avenanti (Bologna/IT)
Localizing the effects of anodal tDCS – a TMS-EEG study
L. J. Romero Lauro, A. Pisoni, M. Rosanova, G. Mattavelli
N. Bolognini, G. Vallar (Milan/IT)
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Effects of inhibitory theta burst TMS to different brain sites involved in
visuospatial attention – a combined neuronavigated cTBS and
behavioural study
T. Platz, J. Schüttauf, J. Aschenbach, C. Mengdehl
M. Lotze (Greifswald/DE)
Defining the importance of domain-general brain systems in
language processes using transcranial magnetic stimulation
M. Sliwinska, I. Violante, A. Hampshire, R. Leech, J. Devlin
R. Wise (London/GB)
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Working memory enhancement in young and older adults using .rTMS
B. Luber (Bethesda, MD/US), S. Davis (Durham, NC/US)
S. H. Lisanby (Bethesda, MD/US)
Identification of parietal and frontal cortical regions of the human
brain that contribute to perceptual conflict by causal TMS
F. I. Kandil (Hamburg, Bremen/DE), B. Olk (Cologne, Bremen/DE)
C. C. Hilgetag (Hamburg/DE; Boston, MA/US)
Variation during the day of the TMS-EEG evoked potential
E. ter Braack, A. de Goede, M. van Putten (Enschede/NL)
The effect of intermittent theta burst stimulation over the prefrontal
cortex on resting-state fronto-striatal connectivity
I. Effnert, K. Sakreida, F. Mottaghy, F. Binkofski (Aachen/DE)
Modulating executive functions and working memory performance
on clinical neuropsychological tasks with theta burst transcranial
magnetic stimulation
E. M. Marron (Barcelona/ES)
R. Viejo-Sobera (Barcelona/E; Boston, MA/US), M. Palaus
M. Boixadós (Barcelona/ES)
A. Valero-Cabre (Barcelona/ES; Paris/FR, Boston, MA/US)
D. Redolar-Ripoll (Barcelona/ES)
A novel approach to neuromodulation using transcranial magnetic
stimulation-based neurofeedback
K. Ruddy, N. Wenderoth (Zurich/CH)
Neural and functional bases of error monitoring – a TMS study
F. Masina, A. Vallesi, E. Di Rosa, F. Saini, D. Mapelli (Padua/IT)
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Therapy Psychiatry (P261–P282) p. 57 ff.
Plasticity (P283–P311, P320) p. 60 ff.
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Learning
Reduced corticospinal inhibition and increased synergistic muscle
strength following cross-education strength training
J. Mason (Bundoora/AU), A. Frazer (Melbourne/AU)
D. Horvath (Bundoora/AU), A. Pearce (Melbourne/AU)
D. Kidgell (Bundoora/AU)
Cerebellar tDCS effects on the adaptation of arm reaching
movements to force-field and visuomotor perturbations
A. Mamlins, T. Hulst (Essen/DE), O. Donchin (Beer Sheva/IL)
D. Timmann, J. Claaßen (Essen/DE)
Investigating the mechanisms of repetitive transcranial magnetic
stimulation using mouse motor learning paradigms and in vivo 2
photon imaging
A. Tang (Perth/AU), W. Bennett, C. Hadrill, J. Collins, K. Wills, R. Puri
M. Garry, M. Hinder (Hobart/AU), J. Summers (Hobart, Liverpool/AU)
J. Rodger (Perth/AU), A. Canty (Hobart/AU)
The effect of transcranial direct current stimulation on motor sequence
learning and upper limb function after stroke
M. Fleming, J. Rothwell, L. Sztriha, J. Teo, D. Newham (London/GB)
Short- and long-term effects of anodal transcranial direct current
stimulation on language learning in normal ageing
G. Perceval, D. Copland (Brisbane/AU), M. Laine (Turku/FI), K. Riggall
M. Meinzer (Brisbane/AU)
Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation of the left dorsolateral
prefrontal cortex disrupts procedural learning – evidence from a
probabilistic sequence learning task
O. Pesthy, K. Horváth, C. Török, B. Török, K. Janacsek
D. Németh (Budapest/HU)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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Reorganization of modular architectures in the corticospinal
neuromuscular system by implicit and explicit learning
M. Hirano, S. Kubota (Higashi-Hiroshima, Tokyo/JP), Y. Koizume
S. Tanaka (Higashi-Hiroshima/JP), S. Furuya (Tokyo/JP)
K. Funase (Higashi-Hiroshima/JP)
Neuromodulation of the right premotor cortex affects motor monitoring
and awareness
M. Carneiro, L. Zigiotto, G. Vallar, N. Bolognini (Milan/IT)
Learning the same motor actions by distinct forms of learning
(reinforcement vs. error-based) involves different physiological
mechanisms
S. Uehara (Baltimore, MD/US; Tokyo/JP), F. Mawase
P. Celnik (Baltimore, MD/US)
Transcranial direct current stimulation of the prefrontal cortex disrupts
learning in a working memory task
S. Nikolin, T. Boonstra, D. Martin, C. Loo (Randwick/AU)
Effect of long term comprehensive training of the left hand in strongly
right handed participants – reduction of interhemispheric asymmetry in
intracortical facilitation (ICF)
M. Lotze, K. Doppl, S. Roschka, M. Grothe, T. Platz (Greifswald/DE)
Does anodal tDCS of the premotor cortex enhance the effects of motor
imagery on motor sequence learning?
A. Saimpont, O. Richard, P. Chabaud (Villeurbanne/FR)
P. L. Jackson (Québec/CA), A. Guillot, C. Collet (Villeurbanne/FR)
Neurophysiological mechanisms of transcranial direct-current
stimulation-enhanced motor learning in healthy children
P. Ciechanski, E. Zewdie, A. Kirton (Calgary/CA)
The interaction of cross-limb transfer gains, intermittent theta-burst
stimulation and subsequent learning in young and older adults
T. Stöckel (Rostock/DE; Hobart/AU), P. Reissig
M. R. Hinder (Hobart/AU)
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Electrophysiological and behavioral monitoring of learning – an EEG and
tRNS combined study
E. Tatti (Siena/IT; London/GB), M. Golemme, L. D. Chrisostomou
G. Panozzo, G. Grande, C. Luft Di Bernardi, M. Cappelletti (London/GB)
Unimanual and bimanual dexterity are influenced by anodal
High-Definition transcranial direct current stimulation
N. H. Pixa, F. Steinberg, M. Doppelmayr (Mainz/DE)
“Effect of chronic paddling on sural and common peroneal nerves of
lower limbs” Yadav PK, Thakur D, Limbu N, Paudel BH
P. Yadav (Bharatpur/NP)
Combining tDCS with prismatic adaptation for non invasive
neuromodulation of the motor cortex
M. Bracco, R. G. Mangano, P. Turriziani, D. Smirni
M. Oliveri (Palermo/IT)
Investigating the brain mechanisms of stimulation-enhanced motor
memory
P. Petitet, A. M. Silva Gonçalves, H. Johansen-Berg, J. O’Shea (Oxford/GB)
Modulating motor learning using cathodal tDCS
E. Hinson, S. Thein, C. Stagg (Oxford/GB)
Therapy Psychiatry
Clinical outcomes of high-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic
stimulation (HF-rTMS) and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in the
treatment of major depression – an overview of findings from
meta-analyses
K. K. Kedzior (Bremen/DE), M. Schuchinsky (Belfast/GB), C. Müller
T.-C. Engelhardt, C. Kappen (Bremen/DE), C. Loo (Sydney/AU)
Cognitive outcomes of high-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic
stimulation (HF-rTMS) and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in the
treatment of major depression – a systematic review and meta-analysis
K. K. Kedzior (Bremen/DE), M. Schuchinsky (Belfast/GB)
I. Gerkensmeier (Bremen/DE), C. Loo (Sydney/AU)
7–10 September 2016 Göttingen/Germany
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A neurofeedback intervention to emotional behavior in Schizophrenia as
assessed by EEG and optical imaging (functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy)
M. Balconi, v. Milone, M. E. Vanutelli (Milan/IT)
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Utility of TMS in Presurgical Mapping of Eloquent Cortices in Children
S. Narayana, K. Schiller, F. A. Boop, J. W. Wheless
A. C. Papanicolaou (Memphis, TN/US)
Linking dysfunctional premotor-to-motor connectivity to disease severity
of obsessive-compulsive disorder – a robotic dual-site TMS study
E. Raffin (La Tronche/FR; Hvidovre/DK)
S. Harquel (La Tronche, Grenoble/FR), B. Passera (Grenoble/FR)
P. Favre (Leipzig/DE), H. R. Siebner (Hvidovre/DK), O. David
M. Polosan (La Tronche/FR)
Efficacy of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in somatic
symptom disorder, predominantly pain – a randomized, double-blind,
sham-controlled study
P. Peethala, S. Bhat, S. K. Praharaj (Manipal/IN)
Fronto-executive cognitive functioning predicts antidepressant
response to transcranial direct current stimulation
D. Martin, K. Yeung, C. Loo (Sydney/AU)
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of
neuropsychiatric conditions – a systematic review and meta-analysis
of cumulative cognitive effects
D. Martin (Sydney/AU), S. McClintock (Dallas, TX/US), J. Forster
C. Loo (Sydney/AU)
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) over the dorsolateral
prefrontal cortex (LDLPFC) leads to decreased nicotine craving
among adult male individuals
S. Bashir, A. Alataw, T. Almusned, F. AlGhamdi, A. Alhussien
M. Alohali (Riyadh/SA)
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Impaired spike timing dependent cortico-cortical plasticity in alzheimer’s
disease patients
F. Di Lorenzo, V. Ponzo, C. Caltagirone, A. Martorana, G. Koch (Rome/IT)
rTMS modulates the limbic frontostriatal circuit in depression
M. Avissar, F. Powell, C. Liston, M. Dubin (New York, NY/US)
Effect of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on the
structural connectome in patients with major depression
Z.-D. Deng, S. Davis, G. Asturias, M. Glidewell (Durham, NC/US)
C. Liston, M. Dubin (New York, NY/US)
Neuro-Cardiac-Guided TMS (NCG TMS) – a new and cost-effective method
for accurately localizing the DLPFC in the treatment of depression
T. Isegar (Nijmegen/NL), M. Arns (Nijmegen, Utrecht/NL)
Clinical trial – EEG alpha real-time phase-triggered TMS to modulate
left vs. right DLPFC activity for the treatment of depression
B. Schreitmüller, F. Müller-Dahlhaus, S. Soekadar, A. J. Fallgatter
U. Ziemann (Tübingen/DE)
Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) replaces Electroconvulsive
Therapy (ECT) in a Patient with Corpus Callosum Agenesis and Catatonic
Schizophrenia
D. Keeser, E. Weidinger, A. Linhardt, U. Palm, A. Hasan, B. Kirsch
O. Pogarell, T. Karali, M. Paolini, B. Ertl-Wagner, N. Müller, P. Falkai
F. Padberg (Munich/DE)
Using brain stimulation approaches in an attempt to prevent the
manifestation of behavioral abnormalities in the prenatal immune
stimulation rat model of schizophrenia
R. Hadar (Dresden/DE), H. Edemann Callesen (Dresden, Berlin/DE)
B. Habelt, R. Winter (Dresden/DE), M. Voget (Dresden, Berlin/DE)
L. Bikovsky, I. Weiner (Tel Aviv/IL), M. Nitsche (Dortmund/DE)
C. Winter (Dresden/DE)
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Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) as treatment for major
depression (DepressionDC) – objectives and design of a prospective
multicenter double blind randomized placebo controlled trial
U. Kumpf, U. Palm, J. Nolden, A. Pfeiffer, S. Egert
T. Görlitz (Munich/DE), M. Bajbouj (Berlin/DE)
C. Plewnia (Tübingen/DE), B. Langguth (Regensburg/DE)
P. Zwanzger (Wasserburg/DE), B. Kirsch, J. Wörsching
U. Mansmann, P. Falkai, D. Keeser, A. Hasan, F. Padberg (Munich/DE)
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Short-latency afferent inhibition from the dorsolateral prefrontal
cortex in patients with schizophrenia – a TMS-EEG study
Y. Noda, M. Barr, R. Zomorrodi, R. Cash, T. Rajji, R. Chen
Z. Daskalakis, D. Blumberger (Toronto/CA)
P320
Transcranial micropolarization of 20- and 30-minutes combined with sertraline for the treatment of depression: randomized sham-controlled
safety study
E. Pavlova (Stockholm/SE), A. Menshikova, A. Gersamija, R. Semenov
E. Bochernikova, A. Anosova, G. Kustov, A. Gudkova
A. Guekht (Moscow/RU)
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Plasticity
Effectiveness of rTMS in depression – a brief report
M. Pirmoradi (Tehran/IR)
Augmentative repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rtms) in
highly treatment-resistant unipolar and bipolar depression – first
polish experiences
A. Poleszczyk, M. Rakowicz, J. Antczak, T. Parnowski
Ł. Święcicki (Warsaw/PL)
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) improves
catatonia features associated with Major Depressive
Disorder (MDD) – case study
A. Marei, H. Rashed (Cairo/EG)
Bilateral effects of unilateral anodal tDCS on motor cortex plasticity
and the cross-transfer of strength.
A. Frazer, D. Kidgell, M. Spittle, J. Williams (Victoria/AU)
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Using transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) as a fatigue
countermeasure
L. McIntire (Dayton, OH/US), A. McKinley (Wright-Patterson, OH/US)
J. Nelson, C. Goodyear (Dayton, OH/US)
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Induction of neuronal plasticity by transcranial direct current
stimulation in healthy older adults
D. Antonenko, F. Bohm (Berlin/DE), F. Schubert, S. Aydin
B. Ittermann (Braunschweig, Berlin/DE), A. Flöel (Berlin/DE)
P291
Transcranial direct current stimulation modulates neurogenesis and
microglia activation in the mouse brain
A. Pikhovych, N. P. Stolberg, H. L. Walter, R. Graf (Cologne/DE)
G. R. Fink, M. Schroeter, M. A. Rueger (Cologne, Jülich/DE)
P292
10 Hz rTMS induces long-term depression of GABAergic neurotransmission
M. Lenz (Düsseldorf, Frankfurt a. M./DE), C. Galanis (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
F. Müller-Dahlhaus (Tübingen/DE), A. Opitz (Orangeburg, NC/US)
C. J. Wierenga (Utrecht/NL), G. Szabó (Budapest/HU)
U. Ziemann (Tübingen/DE), T. Deller (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
K. Funke (Bochum/DE), A. Vlachos (Düsseldorf, Frankfurt a. M./DE)
How tDCS modulates semantic processing – online versus offline stimulation
S. Brückner, T. Kammer (Ulm/DE)
Effect of closely repeated cathodal transcranial direct current stimulations
A. Uncini, F. Zappasodi (Chieti/IT), G. Musumeci (Chieti, Rome/IT)
R. Navarra, M. Caulo (Chieti/IT), V. Di Lazzaro (Rome/IT)
Causal evidence for frontal cortex organization for perceptual
decision-making
D. Rahnev (Atlanta, GA/US)
Transcranial direct current stimulation over the left and the right
prefrontal cortex differentially affects pattern recognition in language
domain
K. Horváth, Z. Zavecz, Z. Illyés, K. Janacsek, D. Nemeth (Budapest/HU)
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P293
P294
P295
P296
P297
P298
P299
P300
Assessment of primary motor cortex plastic changes following the use of
a new prosthetic system able to provide somatosensory feedback from
the missing hand in an amputee patient – a TMS study
R. Di Iorio, G. Granata, F. Vecchio, F. Miraglia, P. M. Rossini (Rome/IT)
Developmental profile of interhemispheric inhibition in children
P. Ciechanski, E. Zewdie, A. Kirton (Calgary/CA)
APOE polymorphism and cortical plasticity are independently
associated with cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s disease
F. Di Lorenzo, C. Motta, V. Ponzo, S. Bonnì, A. Martorana
G. Koch (Rome/IT)
Spike timing dependent plasticity in the human parietal-prefrontal
network
E. P. Casula, M. C. Pellicciari, S. Picazio, C. Caltagirone, G. Koch (Rome/IT)
Sensory plasticity changes induced by somatosensory and cerebellar
tDCS in alert mice
J. Márquez-Ruiz, C. A. Sánchez-León (Seville/ES)
J. M. Ausín-Azofra (Valencia/ES), C. Ammann (Baltimore, MD/US)
A. Gruart, J. M. Delgado-García (Seville/ES)
Effects of cerebellar transcranial direct-current stimulation on
cerebellar sensory-induced LFPs and Purkinje cell activity in alert mice
C. A. Sánchez-León, M. Á. Gómez-Climent, A. Jiménez-Díaz
J. M. Delgado-García (Seville/ES), G. Cheron (Mons, Brussels/BE)
J. Márquez-Ruiz (Seville/ES)
Inter-individual variability and intra-individual reliability of
iTBS-induced neuroplasticity mechanisms in the healthy brain
L. Schilberg, T. Schuhmann, A. T. Sack (Maastricht/NL)
Repetitive magnetic stimulation reverses the synaptic phenotype of
cultured rat CA1 pyramidal neurons in a maternal immune activation
model of schizophrenia
C. Galanis (Frankfurt a. M., Düsseldorf, Bochum/DE)
M. Lenz (Düsseldorf/DE), V. Aliane, K. Funke (Bochum/DE)
A. Vlachos (Frankfurt a. M., Düsseldorf/DE)
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P301
P302
P303
P304
Long-term effects of transcranial electrical stimulation in the mouse
visual cortex
D. Tsapa, M. Ahmadlou, J. A. Heimel (Amsterdam/NL)
P305
P306
P307
P308
Repeated anodal transcranial direct current stimulation induces neural
plasticity-associated gene expression in the rat cortex and hippocampus
J. A. Yoon (Yangsan/KR), H. Koo (Iksan/KR), Y.-H. Kim (Seoul/KR)
M. S. Kim (Iksan/KR), Y.-I. Shin, G. M. Cho (Yangsan/KR)
Search for optimal protocol of temporal summation of experimental
heat pain in healthy volunteers
N. Moeller, H. Hacker, K. Hahnenkamp (Greifswald/DE)
T. Usichenko (Hamilton/CA)
Brain-state triggered 100 Hz triple-pulse TMS differentially induces
LTP- or LTD-like effects depending on synchrony with negative or
positive peak phase of endogenous sensorimotor mu-alpha
oscillations.
C. Zrenner, P. Belardinelli, D. Desideri, U. Ziemann (Tübingen/DE)
Physical exercise improves long-term memory more than transcranial
direct current stimulation
A.-H. Javadi, F. Ifram (Canterbury/GB)
Calcium imaging reveals glial involvement in transcranial direct current
stimulation-induced plasticity in mouse brain
H. Monai (Wako/JP), M. Ohkura (Saitama/JP), M. Tanaka
Y. Oe (Wako/JP), A. Konno, H. Hirai (Maebashi/JP), K. Mikoshiba
S. Itohara (Wako/JP), J. Nakai (Saitama/JP), Y. Iwai (Wako/JP)
H. Hirase (Wako, Saitama/JP)
Demonstration of short-term plasticity in the dorsolateral prefrontal
cortex with theta burst stimulation – a TMS-EEG study
S. W. Chung, B. P. Lewis, N. C. Rogasch, S. Takashi, R. Thomson
N. W. Bailey, K. E. Hoy, P. B. Fitzgerald (Melbourne/AU)
The effects of cerebellar trans-cranial Direct Current stimulation on
neural network dynamics in supraspinal motor circuits during motor
adaptation in cats
H. T. Darch, N. L. Cerminara, R. Apps (Bristol/GB)
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P309
P310
P311
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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) improves microcirculation and
reduces hypoxia and neuronal death in a hypertensive rat brain
D. Bragin, O. Bragina, G. Statom, S. Hagberg
E. Nemoto (Albuquerque, NM/US)
Brain stimulation-induced neuroplasticity underlying therapeutic
response in phantom sounds
T. Poeppl, B. Langguth, A. Lehner, R. Rupprecht
P. Kreuzer (Regensburg/DE)
M. Landgrebe (Regensburg, Agatharied/DE)
M. Schecklmann (Regensburg/DE)
Individual differences in contralateral motor cortex (CMC) plasticity
during short-term upper limb immobilisation (ULI) in healthy individuals:
a transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study
L. Furlan, A. Sterr (Guildford/GB)
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Sponsors and Media Cooperations
Main Sponsor
The Magstim Company Ltd. (Carmarthenshire/GB)
Sponsor Congress Bags
The Magstim Company Ltd. (Carmarthenshire/GB)
Sponsor Lanyards & Namebadges
MAG & More (Munich/DE)
Scientific Supporters
German Research Foundation (DFG) German Society for Clinical Neurophysiology and Functional Imaging (DGKN) International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN) Hertie Foundation Media Cooperation
“Neurophysioloy”
Springer Moscow (Moscow/RU)
“Journal of Unexplored Medical Data”
OAE Publishing Inc. (Paso Robles, CA/US)
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List of Exhibitors
Alphabetical Order
12
ANT Neuro b.v. (Enschede/NL)
17
BlindSight GmbH (Schlitz/DE)
6
Brainsway (Jerusalem/IL)
9
Deymed Diagnostic (Hronov/CZ)
11
Electrical Geodesics, Inc (EGI) (Eugene, OR/US)
13
Lehmanns Media GmbH (Göttingen/DE)
18
MAG & More GmbH (Munich/DE)
5
MagVenture A/S (Farum/DK)
4
MES Forschungssysteme (Gilching/DE)
15
neuroCare Group GmbH (Munich/DE)
7
Neuroelectrics Barcelona, S.L. (Barcelona/ES)
16
Neurosoft (Ivanovo/RU)
23
Neuronix (Holliston, MA/US)
8
Nexstim Plc (Helsinki/FI)
2
REMED (Dajeon-si/KR)
21
Rogue Research Inc. (Montreal/CA)
20
Rogue Resolutions Ltd (Cardiff/GB)
1
Sooma Oy (Helsinki/FI)
19
Soterix Medical, Inc. (New York, NY/US)
14
The Magstim Company Limited (Carmarthenshire/GB)
Numerical Order
1
Sooma Oy (Helsinki/FI)
2
REMED (Dajeon-si/KR)
4
MES Forschungssysteme (Gilching/DE)
5
MagVenture A/S (Farum/DK)
6
Brainsway (Jerusalem/IL)
7
Neuroelectrics Barcelona, S.L. (Barcelona/ES)
8
Nexstim Plc (Helsinki/FI)
9
Deymed Diagnostic (Hronov/CZ)
11
Electrical Geodesics, Inc (EGI) (Eugene, OR/US)
12
ANT Neuro b.v. (Enschede/NL)
13
Lehmanns Media GmbH (Göttingen/DE)
14
The Magstim Company Limited (Carmarthenshire/GB)
15
neuroCare Group GmbH (Munich/DE)
16
Neurosoft (Ivanovo/RU)
17
BlindSight GmbH (Schlitz/DE)
18
MAG & More GmbH (Munich/DE)
19
Soterix Medical, Inc. (New York, NY/US)
20
Rogue Resolutions Ltd (Cardiff/GB)
21
Rogue Research Inc. (Montreal/CA)
23
Neuronix (Holliston, MA/US)
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Plan of Exhibition Area
GoßlerStrasse
Key
Lecture Halls
Poster Exhibition
Industrial Exhibition
Catering Stations
Entrance
Café Campus
(Dining Hall)
Exhibitors
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
Sooma Oy
REMED
MES Forschungssysteme
MagVenture A/S
Brainsway
Neuroelectrics
Nexstim Plc
Deymed Diagnostics
Electrical Geodesics, Inc. (EGI)
ANT Neuro b.v.
Lehmanns Media GmbH
Magstim
neuroCare Group GmbH
Neurosoft
BlindSight GmbH
MAG & More GmbH
Soterix Medical, Inc.
Rogue Resolutions Ltd.
Rogue Research
Neuronix
Poster Sections
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
I
Modelling and Biophysics
(P075–P101)
Therapy Neurology
(P001–P074, P316)
TMS: What is Stimulated? M1
(P133–P161)
TMS: What is Stimulated? Beyond M1
(P208–P240)
Cognitive and Multimodal Stimulation
(P102–P132, P313)
tDCS/tACS: What is Stimulated?
(P162–P207, P314, P315)
Learning
(P241–260)
Plasticity
(P284–P311)
Therapy Psychiatry
(P261–P282)
G
I
E
A
H
F
23
Lecture Hall 011
H
D
B
1
20
2
Catering
19
18
C
17
16
15
7
14
13
Congress
Bags
21
8
6
5
Check-In
Entrance
Quick
Check-In
Catering
4
12
11
Café Campus
(Bistro)
9
Entrance
Lecture Hall 009
Main
Entrance
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Social Programme
Welcome Reception
Right after the official Congress Opening we would like to invite you to our Welcome
Reception with some drinks and snacks in the “Alte Mensa” at Wilhelmsplatz! The young
band “polaroid” will play lovely tunes and accompany the evening. Enjoy networking in
a cosy atmosphere!
Date
Time
Location
Fee
Wednesday, 7 September 2016
19:30–21:00
Alte Mensa
Wilhelmsplatz 3
37073 Göttingen (DE)
included
(accompanying person: EUR 25)
© Stella Becker
Networking Party
„In the end it is always our relationships with people that make our lives worth living.”
(Wilhelm von Humboldt).
Enjoy a familiar gathering with colleagues and friends, have casual conversations and get
to know each other even better: socialize and extend your network! Decide for yourself if you want to enjoy your dinner seated or at a bar table. The various dishes give
you the chance to switch in between. Christoph Steinbach & his Boogie Boosters, also
known as Fingers Unlimited, will accompany the evening and maybe even encourage you
to dance... We are delighted to present this exceptional evening and cordially invite you
to join us! After all that brain work, you deserve it!
Date
Time Location
Fee
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Friday, 9 September 2016
19:30–23:30
Civic Hall (Stadthalle) Göttingen
Albaniplatz 2
37073 Göttingen (DE)
EUR 75
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General Information
Accommodation
For more information on accommodation, please visit www.tbs-conference.de.
Catering
Coffee, tea and biscuits during coffee breaks are included. During lunch breaks all participants will have the chance to cater for themselves via the self-pay bistro, located only a
few steps from the exhibition area, or the mensa.
Certification and Education Credits
The 6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation (TBS) is certified with
27 CME credits, category B.
For certification all attendees interested in receiving the credits are asked to enter their
barcode at the certification station nearby the check-in.
Cloakroom
Your wardrobe and luggage can be stored in the unguarded cloakroom free of charge.
No liability is taken.
Evaluation
Please take a few moments to fill out the evaluation form to help us refine and improve
our programme as well as the organizational parts. You will receive an evaluation form
which to fill out and will then automatically be forward to download your certificate of
attendance.
General Terms and Conditions
Please find our General Terms and Conditions at www.tbs-conference.de.
Internet Lounge and Wi-Fi Access
The internet lounge is located in the foyer on the first floor.
In addition, free Wi-Fi is available throughout the whole conference. Your Wi-Fi access
code can be picked up at the check-in.
Language
The official congress language is English.
Name Badge
Please wear your name badge during all conference events, including the welcome reception and social evening. Admission to scientific sessions, the industrial exhibition as
well as the social evening is restricted to participants wearing their badge.
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General Information
Opening Hours
Wednesday, 7 September 2016
The conference opening on Wednesday, 7 September will take place in the following
location and start at 17:00:
Alte Aula at Wilhelmsplatz
Wilhelmsplatz 3 • 37073 Göttingen (DE)
At 19:30 the Welcome Reception will be held in the Neue Mensa across the street from
the Aula right after the opening ceremony.
Check-In Media Check-In
Poster Exhibition
Industrial Exhibition
Thursday 07:30–18:30 07:30–18:00 07:30–18:00 08:30–18:00 Friday 07:30–18:00 07:30–18:00 07:30–18:00 08:30–18:00 Saturday
08:00–18:00
08:00–16:30
08:00–16:30
08:30–16:30
Travel
For more information on travel, please visit www.tbs-conference.de.
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General Hints for Authors and Presenters
Speakers’ Check-In
The speakers’ check-in for uploading your presentation is located in the foyer on the first
floor.
For submission, please use a USB flash drive, CD or DVD disc that is not protected by
any software. Professional staff and equipment will be available for you to arrange and
preview your presentation.
Postersessions
Posters should be no larger than DIN A0 (84.1 cm x 118.9 cm). Poster pinboards are 120
cm x 150 cm. Those are only to be used with the designated pins. Pinboards will be numbered. You will find your poster number in the programme book on pages 25 ff. Poster
presenters are asked to be present during their poster session.
Please note that posters should be erected on Thursday, 8 September by 10:45 and
removed on Saturday, 10 September by 16:30 at the latest. All posters that have not
been removed by then will be considered as waste. No posters will be forwarded.
Submitting Your Presentation/Technical Information
The presentation should be prepared as PDF, MS Office PowerPoint2007, 2010 for Windows or key for Macintosh DVD in format 4:3.
A presentation notebook with a PDF reader and MS Office PowerPoint 2010/2007 will be
provided. The use of personal notebooks is possible upon agreement. However, it may
interrupt the flow of the program in the lecture hall. Please provide an adapter for VGA if
necessary. To guarantee a smooth running program please upload your presentation on
time – at least 2 hours before your presentation starts.
Time Allotment
Please prepare your presentation for the allotted amount of time. Chairs may interrupt,
should you overrun your time limit. Speaking time include 3 minutes for discussion, and
Q&A.
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City Map
4
3
2
1
1
Alte Mensa
Wilhelmsplatz 3
37073 Göttingen (DE)
3 Deutsches Theater, Keller & Bistro
Theaterplatz 11
37073 Göttingen
2
Stadthalle Göttingen
Albaniplatz 2
37073 Göttingen (DE)
4 Georg-August-University Göttingen
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5
37073 Göttingen (DE)
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Index of Speakers and Chairs
A
Abellaneda-Pérez, K.
Aberra, A.
Ahrens, M.-M.
Alekseichuk, I.
Alfatly, B.
Altakroury, H.
Amengual, J.
Ammann, C.
Antal, A.
Antonenko, D.
Arns, M.
Ashikhmin, A.
Ayache, S. S.
53
36
47
50
42
35
26, 27, 51
46, 62
22, 23, 33, 50
61
59
47
34
B
Badran, B.
Bakulin, I.
Balconi, M.
Bartrés-Faz, D.
Bashir, N.
Bashir, S.
Batzianouli, E. T.
Been, J.
Belardinelli, P.
Benninger, D.
Bergmann, T. O.
Bestmann, S.
Biagioni, M.
Bikson, M.
Bischoff, R.
Biundo, R.
Bocci, T.
Bracco, M.
Bragin, D.
Brockmöller, J.
Brückner, S.
Brunelin, J.
Brunoni, A.
Bueno-Lopez, A.
51
30
39, 51, 58
52, 53
49
58
51
34
36, 40, 63
15, 51
40, 48
17
27
13, 14, 36, 41
33
31
35, 47, 48
57
29, 64
17
61
24
23, 24
49
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C
Cancelli, A.
Carducci, F.
Carneiro, M.
Carrette, S.
Casula, E. P.
Cattaneo, L.
Cattaneo, Z.
Celnik, P.
Chalah, M. A.
Chang, W. H.
Chao, C.-C.
Chen, J.-C.
Chen, R.
Cho, G. M.
Chung, S. W.
Ciechanski, P.
Classen, J.
Cohen, L. G.
Cohen Kadosh, R.
Conde, V.
Cortese, F.
Crivelli, D.
D
Darch, H. T.
Daskalakis, Z. J.
de Goede, A.
de Haan, B.
de Lara, G.
De Ridder, D.
Dechent, P.
Deike, S.
den Uyl, T.
Deng, Z.-D.
Dengler, R.
Desideri, D.
Di Iorio, R.
Di Lazzaro, V.
Di Lorenzo, F.
36
37
56
32
30, 52, 62
42, 43, 51
20, 52
13, 31, 56
34
28
33
26, 28
13, 60
63
63
29, 47, 56, 62
21, 22
22
22
40
35, 47, 48
39, 51
63
22
44, 54
38
50
19
23
45
32
35, 59
22
36, 40, 63
39, 40, 62
18, 61
59, 62
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Dileone, M.
Dowsett, J.
Dubbioso, R.
Dubin, M.
Duecker, F.
Dyke, K.
29, 44
47, 50
43
59
51, 52
45
E
Ebajemito, J.
Effnert, I.
Engelen, T.
50
54
41
F
Fecikova, A.
Fedotovskih, A.
Fehér, K.
Fernandes, S. R.
Ferrucci, R.
Fiene, M.
Filipović, S.
Fiori, V.
Fitzgerald, P.
Fleming, M.
Floel, A.
Fong, P.-Y.
Fox, P.
Frase, L.
Frazer, A.
Fregni, F.
Fricova, J.
Fritsch, B.
Fujiwara, T.
Funke, K.
Furlan, L.
Furuya, S.
74
33
29
49
35
35, 47, 48
34
50
38
22, 49
55
19
36
18
46, 48
55, 60
21, 24, 29
33
24
26, 50, 51
13, 19, 61, 62
64
30, 56
G
Galanis, C.
Garcia-Larrea, L.
Garcia-Montes, J.-R.
Gebodh, N.
George, M. S.
Gerloff, C.
Grande, G.
Grassi, C.
Grefkes, C.
Grey, M.
Groiss, S. J.
Gutierrez-Herrera, M.
H
Hacker, H.
Hallett, M.
Hamada, M.
Hamilton, R.
Hammerbeck, U.
Hanajima, R.
Hannah, R.
Hanoglu, L.
Hartwigsen, G.
Hasan, A.
Havill, C.
He, B. J.
Heimel, J. A.
Herrmann, C.
Hewitt, M.
Hinson, E.
Hirano, M.
Ho, K.-A.
Horváth, K.
Huang, Y.-Z.
Hummel, F.
Hunold, A.
61, 62
16
27
41
12, 22
16
41, 57
27
18, 45, 53
35, 43, 47
33
43
30, 63
12, 13, 31, 38, 53
23, 42
16
33
23, 25
45
32
15
24, 59, 60
44
18
63
17, 47
37, 45
46, 57
25, 56
23
47, 55, 61
23, 36, 51
14
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Index of Speakers and Chairs
I
Ille, S.
Ilmoniemi, R.
Im, C.-H.
28, 51
15
37
J
Jaberzadeh, S.
Jacoby, N.
Jamil, A.
Javadi, A.-H.
Jee, S.
Jha, M. K.
23, 26
38
50
49, 63
25
37
K
Kajimura, S.
Kallioniemi, E.
Kandil, F. I.
Kang, S. Y.
Kanter, I.
Karim, A.
Kasten, F. H.
Kaulmann, D.
Kaye, H. L.
Kedzior, K. K.
Keeser, D.
Khalil, R.
Khedr, E.
Kidgell, D.
Kim, M.
Kim, Y.-H.
Kishore, A.
Koch, G.
Köhler, R.-G.
Köhlert, K.
Koo, H.
Koo, P. C.
Kopachka, M. M.
Kreuzer, P.
Kroemer, H.
Krone, L. B.
40
25, 26, 42
54
29
18
36, 39
50
43
31
57
40, 59, 60
36, 39
14, 39
55, 60
34
15, 28, 44, 63
22
19, 28, 30, 52, 59, 62
12
27
44, 63
39
33
32, 49, 64
12
46
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Kübler, S.
Kuck, A.
Kumpf, U.
Kunz, P.
Kuo, M.-F.
52
36
40, 60
32
19, 53
L
Langguth, B.
24, 32, 49, 60, 64
Lanza, G.
26
Learmonth, G.
47
Lee, T. Y.
34
Lefaucheur, J.-P.
16, 34
Lenz, M.
61, 62
Li, L.
7, 39, 41, 68
Liebetanz, D.
18, 37, 45
Lisanby, S.
22, 24
Lixandrao, M. C.
27
Loo, C.
21, 56, 57, 58
Lorenz, R.
39
Lotze, M.
39, 54, 56
Lu, M.-K.
28
Luber, B.
54
Lüdemann-Podubecká, J.
26
M
M. Marron, E.
Mamlins, A.
Marangolo, P.
Marei, A.
Márquez-Ruiz, J.
Martens, G.
Martin, D.
Martin, P.
Martinez-Cancino, D. P.
Masina, F.
Mattavelli, G.
McIntire, L.
McKinley, R.
Meincke, J.
53, 54
55
15, 38
25, 60
62
31
56, 58
38, 52
38
54
36, 39, 53
46, 61
46
37, 45
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Meinzer, M.
Meunier, S.
Miniussi, C.
Miraglia, F.
Miranda, P. C.
Moeller, N.
Molenaar, J.
Monai, H.
Morand, S.
Mordillo Mateos, L.
Müller-Ehrenberg, L.
Murakami, T.
15, 46, 55
19, 53
13, 18, 40, 41, 49
34, 39, 40, 62
15, 35
63
43
63
41, 51
29, 44
50
43
N
Naegel, S.
33
Nakamura, Y.
25
Narayana, S.
58
Navarro de Lara, L.
38, 44
Neef, A.
16
Neuling, T.
37, 45
Nikolin, S.
56
Nitsche, M.
20, 21, 30, 46, 48, 59
Noda, Y.
60
Noury, N.
41
Nowak, M.
46
O
Ogata, K.
Okazaki, Y.
Oldrati, V.
Oliviero, A.
Opitz, A.
44
40
52
14, 29, 44, 53
15, 37, 61
P
Padberg, F.
21, 23, 24, 27, 40, 59, 60
Palm, U.
27, 59, 60
Park, J. E.
31
Parra, L.
14
Pascual-Leone, A.
12, 13, 31, 52, 53
76
Paulus, W.
12, 13, 19, 30, 32, 33, 50
Pavlova, E. 34, 60
Peethala, P.
58
Pellicciari, M. C.
28, 30, 40, 41, 52, 62
Pesthy, O.
47, 55
Peterchev, A.
14, 36
Petitet, P.
57
Pick, H.
45
Pieczewski, J.
53
Pirmoradi, M.
60
Pisoni, A.
36, 40, 53
Pixa, N. H.
57
Plewnia, C.
20, 48, 60
Poeppl, T.
32, 64
Polania, R.
19
Poleszczyk, A.
60
Polosan, M.
58
Popa, T.
53
Poydasheva, A.
30, 52
Praharaj, S. K.
30, 58
Priori, A.
20, 35, 47, 48
Q
Quartarone, A.
21, 27
R
Raffin, E.
43, 58
Rahnev, D.
61
Reato, D.
14
Reis, J.
23
Ritter, A.
41
Rodella, C.
41
Rogić Vidaković, M.
43, 52
Romei, V.
48, 53
Romero Lauro, L. J.
36, 39, 40, 53
Rosenstock, T.
42
Rossini, P. M.
13, 14, 34, 39, 40, 41
52, 62
Rotenberg, A.
21, 31
6th International Conference on Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Index of Speakers and Chairs
Rothwell, J. C.
Rubi-Fessen, I.
Ruddy, K.
Rueger, M. A.
Rufener, K.
Ruge, D.
Ruggiero, F.
Ruhnau, P.
Russo, R.
S
Sabel, B. A.
Sack, A.
Sack, A. T.
Saimpont, A.
Säisänen, L.
Samusyte, G.
San Juan Orta, D.
Sánchez-León, C. A.
Sasaki, T.
Saturnino, G.
Schaworonkow, N.
Schecklmann, M.
Schilberg, L.
Schlaug, G.
Schmid, A.-C.
Schnitzler, A.
Schreitmüller, B.
Schroeder, P.
Schülke, R.
Schutter, D.
Selhausen, P.
Shimizu, T.
Shirota, Y.
Siebner, H.
Sigurdsson, H.
Silvanto, J.
Sliwinska, M.
Soekadar, S.
12, 17, 44, 45
31
54
61
25
24
35, 47, 48
45
49
20
19, 41, 50, 52
18, 51, 62
56
26
44
29
62
42
35
35
32, 49, 64
52, 62
16
52
14, 33
59
48
45
20, 22, 46
46, 48
25
19, 25
17, 19, 35, 36, 43
30
17
54
15, 59
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Sommer, M.
Spampinato, D.
Stagg, C.
Stengel, C.
Stöckel, T.
Strafella, A.
Strigaro, G.
Sungju, J.
Suppa, A.
18
44
20, 46, 57
27, 51
56
13
29
30
19
T
Tang, A.
42, 55
Tatti, E.
41, 57
ter Braack, E.
44, 54
Tesche, C.
41
Thielscher, A.
15, 18, 35, 37, 43
Thirugnanasambandam, N.
38
Thomas, F.
26
Thordstein, M.
31
Thut, G.
17, 28, 41, 47, 51
Tik, M.
38, 44
Tomasevic, L.
36, 40
Tscherpel, C.
45
Turgut, N.
26
Turi, Z.
19, 20, 50
U
Uehara, S.
Ugawa, Y.
Uncini, A.
Usichenko, T.
56
18, 21, 25, 42, 43
61
35, 63
V
van Bellen, J.
van Campen, D.
van de Ruit, M.
Vecchio, E.
Vecchio, F.
Veniero, D.
44
42
35, 43, 47
33
34, 39, 40, 62
28, 30, 47, 51, 52
77
Index of Speakers and Chairs
Venturella, I.
Vergallito, A.
Violante, I.
Voitenkov, V.
Volz, L. J.
W
Wang, B.
Weiss, S.
Wenderoth, N.
Wilson, M.
Wischnewski, M.
Woersching, J.
Wolters, C.
Woods, A.
Wymbs, N.
78
39
36, 40
39, 41, 54
25
20, 45
36
48
49, 54
44
46
40
15
23
31
Y
Yadav, P.
Yamaguchi, T.
Z
Zangen, A.
Zavecz, Z.
Zazio, A.
Zewdie, E.
Ziemann, U.
Zoghi, M.
Zrenner, C.
57
26, 50, 51
16
47, 61
49
29, 47, 56, 62
13, 21, 36, 40, 59, 61, 63
23, 26
36, 40, 63
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