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March - SCALab
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Editorial on BAM Initiative
Publications
Moving Out and Moving In
Returning to the Lab
Interviews
Booking Suggestion
… AND LOTS MORE!
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NPL team had a greatest pleasure of
welcoming some of the most outstanding
scientists in the fields of neuroscience and
psychology such as Dr. Yann Coello, from Lille
University (France), Dr. Paulo Boggio from
Mackenzie University (Brazil), Dr. Mário Simões
University of Coimbra and Dr. Jorge Sousa from
University of Minho as committee members for
NPL
team
member
Silvana
Costa’s
multidisciplinary PhD defense. After years of
work and never ending camaraderie and support
from an entire NPL team, Silvana Costa defended
her thesis.
Her outstanding research and expertise
helped her in securing a post doctoral position at
the world renowned Kessler Institute in New
Jersey, !USA. She will continue her research in
Multiple Scleroses while further developing her
imaging skills and developing her own
experimental paradigms.
We all wish for her to succeed in all her
future projects while she is learning the ways
of a new country as well as developing new
strategies in coping with a rather cold weather.
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Patrícia Oliveira-Silva (our NPL member), Prof. Yann Coello, Prof.
Paulo Boggio and Prof. Sevérine Casalis in a pleasurable tour in the
surroundings of the city of Braga.
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A warm welcome dinner for
Prof. Paulo Boggio with NPL
team
and
Gonçalves.
Prof.
Óscar
Impressions and
Stories of our
guests from Lille
NPL: What prompted your decision
for taking part in "Minho-Lille Integrated Masters in
Psychology Exchange Program"?
G.A.: My decision to take part into this Lille-Minho exchange
program between our departments of psychology was
motivated by a great opportunity to share experiences in a new
scientific environment and to improve my academic level and
research skills.
NPL: What are your expectations in terms of things to be learned
and experienced at NPL?
G.A.: NPL offers a chance to observe many research
approaches and techniques. One of my main expectations
would be to become familiar and proficient enough in at
least one electrophysiological technique such as EEG.
NPL: Could you identify some similarities and
differences between your home lab URECA and
NPL?
G.A.: Some similarities are research topics such as
language, emotion and behavior. I think NPL is
more involved in neuroscience and clinical studies
whereas URECA is more involved in basic/fundamental
research which is the bases for our complementary collaboration.
NPL: Did you have difficulties in adapting to your current new environment?
G.A.: We have been very well welcomed since our arrival and people are nice to us which
greatly facilitates the adaptation process. At the personal level, opening myself to other ways of
thinking and living is something that I was looking forward to when planning my visit to Braga.
This is something very challenging to me and the new environment seems to be made for it so I
hope that, with time, I will get through it.
NPL: What did you find, so far, most enjoyable in your new environment, be that the
people, overall culture, gastronomy, or educational settings?
G.A.: So far what I found the most enjoyable is discovering Braga and the area around
(landscape, city...) as well as the culture of Portugal, which is totally new to me.
NPL: What prompted your decision for taking part
in "Minho-Lille Integrated Masters in
Psychology Exchange Program"?
J.B.: I joined the exchange program to discover a new
type of research in psychology that is conducted
outside of France. I also wanted to discover
another culture and country.
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NPL: What are your expectations in terms of things
to be learned and experienced at NPL?
J.B.: I hope that what I learn here will help me later
in my clinical practice, such as using EEG to
develop
innovative
therapies.
NPL: Could you identify some similarities and
differences between your home lab URECA and NPL?
J.B.: The two laboratories are working on different themes: URECA is
more interested in spatial and motor cognition, while NPL, together with many other
themes, works more on the relationship between physiological processes in different
pathologies.
NPL: Did you have difficulties in adapting to your current new environment?
J.B.: I don't speak Portuguese, so it was difficult for me to understand people when I arrived
here. But now I already understand some sentences in Portuguese.
NPL: What did you find, so far, most enjoyable in your new environment, be that the
people, overall culture, gastronomy, or educational settings?
J.B.: The people here are very kind and welcoming. The food is very good too; I already tried
Francesinha and hope to enjoy it again at another lunch soon! Furthermore I made several travel
trips with the ENS Minho (association of Erasmus) and discovered some wonders of Portugal
such as Obidos, Fatima, Viseu...
NPL: What prompted your
decision for taking part
in "Minho-Lille Integrated
Masters in Psychology Exchange
Program"?
C.M.: I wanted to join this program because I wanted
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to do a semester abroad. Another reason was to discover another psychology laboratory abroad
(1) to see how other researchers are working on the subject of psychology and (2) to have a
greater knowledge of what is happening elsewhere (3) to be able to incorporate all these
knowledge into my future clinical practice.
NPL: What are your expectations in terms of things to be learned and experienced at NPL?
C.M.: I would like to learn how to use some of the latest technologies in measuring brain
activation to provide a link between cognitive impairment and brain activity. Learn how to make
the link between brain anatomy, brain activation and cognitive impairment.
NPL: Could you identify some similarities and differences between your home lab URECA
and NPL?
C.M.: URECA laboratory researchers work more on cognitive models and not on the relationship
between brain activation and cognitive processes.
NPL: Did you have difficulties in adapting to your current new environment?
C.M.: Before I did not understand Portuguese very well, but now I
understand it better.
NPL: What did you find, so far, most enjoyable in
your new environment, be that the
people,
overall
culture,
gastronomy, or educational
settings?
C.M.: I think Portuguese are very
friendly and helpful. Food is
different but very good. Your
country is very beautiful! For culture:
I have previewed it already but I expect
to discover yet another which is the very
religious side of the Portuguese during the
Holy Week.
Conclusion: I’m really happy to be here and
more than at beginning!!!
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In a friendly atmosphere for learning, brainstorming as well as
sharing knowledge and information!
The weekly lab presentations encourage our researchers to share projects they currently
have in progress. Besides preparing younger researchers for outside presentations,
brainstorming of topics allow each presenter to benefit from challenging contributions.
Discussing problems and gathering a wide range of possible solutions from every lab
member, visitor or guest, contributes to stronger and innovative approaches.
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PhD !student Rosana Magalhães presented her preliminary data on “Diffusion Tensor
Imaging (DTI) analysis with MS patients”. DTI can be used to explain the impact of
white matter disease on cognitive functioning; to early detect lesions (and
therefore to assist in diagnosis) as well as to assess/monitor treatment efficacy.
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In a friendly atmosphere for learning, brainstorming as well as
sharing knowledge and information!
The weekly lab presentations encourage our researchers to share projects they currently
have in progress. Besides preparing younger researchers for outside presentations,
brainstorming of topics allow each presenter to benefit from challenging contributions.
Discussing problems and gathering a wide range of possible solutions from every lab
member, visitor or guest, contributes to stronger and innovative approaches.
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PhD student Jorge Alves
presented his preliminary data
on the structural findings in AD
patients. In this presentation
he discussed how neuroimaging
can contribute to the diagnosis
of dementia and be used as an
outcome measure for cognitive
intervention trials. Regarding
this last issue we presented
preliminary evidence of a
cognitive training trial with
people with dementia.
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Ne uro PsychoP hysiology Lab
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In a friendly atmosphere for learning, brainstorming as well as
sharing knowledge and information!
The weekly lab presentations encourage our researchers to share projects they currently
have in progress. Besides preparing younger researchers for outside presentations,
brainstorming of topics allow each presenter to benefit from challenging contributions.
Discussing problems and gathering a wide range of possible solutions from every lab
member, visitor or guest, contributes to stronger and innovative approaches.
.
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Ana Seara Cardoso PhD student from UCL presented her research and preliminary
findings
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Silvana Costa, PhD is going to a post-doc
position at the world renowned Kessler
Institute in New Jersey, USA. She will
continue her research in Multiple Scleroses
while further developing her imaging skills
and developing her own experimental
paradigms.
Ana Osório
NPL post-doctoral researcher, Ana
Osório, was recently appointed a
professorship position at the Mackenzie
Presbyterian University in São Paulo,
Brazil. She will be teaching, conducting
research
and
working
in
the Developmental
Disorders
PostGraduate Program.
We all wish for her to succeed in all her
future projects while she is learning the ways
of a new country as well as developing new
strategies in coping with a rather cold
weather.
The entire NPL team wishes her the
smoothest transition, best of luck and
success in her new home away from home
at the beautiful and most welcoming Sao
Paulo Brazil.
Silvana Costa
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Alves, J., Schwenk, T.L., Gonçalves, O.F., & Petrosyan, A. (in press). Importance of web-based intervention in
minimizing depressive symptoms and associated stigma in depressed medical students. Revista Brasileira de
Psiquiatria - RBP Psychiatry.
In this work we present the rationale and research directions for the development of an underrepresented area of research:
web-based approaches for tackling depression in medical students.
Petrosyan, A., Gonçalves, O. F., Hsieh, I., Phillips, J. P., and Saberi, K. (in press). Enhanced optomotor efficiency
by expression of the human gene superoxide dismutase primarily in Drosophila motorneurons. Journal of
Neurogenetics.
Our present study presents findings of investigations involving enhancements of Drosophila locomotor ability, by selective
expression of the human gene superoxide dismutase (SOD1), in Drosophila motorneurons.
Coutinho !J., Sampaio A., Ferreira, M., Soares J. M, Gonçalves O.F. (in press) "Brain Correlates of Pro-Social
Personality Traits: A Voxel-Based Morphometry Study". Brain Imaging and Behavior.
Using a Voxel-Based Morphometry approach this study tested whether a pro-social orientation, as expressed in terms of
Extraversion and Agreeableness personality traits, was associated with a specific grey matter phenotype. !
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Brazilian barbeque
with our exchange
students from Lille
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In merrily welcoming and interacting with students from Lille University France, who are with us as
part of an exchange program between University of Minho and Lille University (where Lille students
spend some time at U.Minho and in return U.Minho students spend some time in France), NPL
team together with Natalia Rossi, our post-doc researcher from UNESP, Brazil, had a great exchange
of experiences, fantastic Brazilian food and a cheery farewell to winter.
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For those who may be interested, here are some titles intended to provoke critical
thinking in neurosciences or just enrich reader's knowledge and understanding of the
field. It includes historic and most contemporary research findings in neurosciences,
as well as fictional, inspirational and biographical works. Wish you all good reading!
This month…
Prof. Dr. Óscar Gonçalves
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NPL Lab Director
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Lab Team
Óscar F. Gonçalves, PhD (Lab Director)
Adriana Sampaio, PhD (Researcher)
Alberto Crego, PhD (Post-Doc)
Ana Ganho, MSc (PhD Student)
Ana Mesquita, PhD (Resea rcher)
Aga vni Pet rosya n, PhD (Resea rcher)
Ana Pinheiro, PhD (Post-Doc)
Ana Ramos (Intern)
Cata rina Fernandes (PhD Student)
Fernando Macedo (Lab Technician)
Génesis Santos (Intern)
Helga Miguel, MSc (PhD Student)
Joana Coutinho, PhD (Post-Doc)
Joel Figueiredo (Intern)
Jorge Alves, MSc (PhD Student)
Jorge Leite, PhD (Post-Doc)
Júlia Egito (Visiting Student)
Liliana Maia, MSc (Collaborator)
Lucas Marques (Visiting Student)
Luciana Gomes, MSc (PhD Student)
Marcelo Dias (Intern)
Margarida Vasconcelos (Intern)
Miguel Soares, MSc (Collaborator)
Pat rícia Oliveira-Silva, MSc (PhD Student)
Rosana Magalhães, MSc (PhD Student)
Sandra Carvalho, PhD (Post-Doc)
Sónia Sousa, MSc (PhD Student)
Sara Cruz, MSc (PhD Student)
Sara Fernandes (Intern)
Tatiana Magro, MSc (PhD Student)
Teresa Velasquez, MSc (Intern)
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