Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Grodd

Address: Max-Planck-Ring 11
72076 Tübingen
Room number: 4.B.05
Phone: +49 7071 601 940
Fax: +49 7071 601 702
E-Mail: Wolfgang.Grodd


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Wolfgang Grodd

Position: Research Scientist  Unit: Scheffler

Prof. Dr. med. Dipl. Biol. Wolfgang Grodd

Abteilung Hochfeld-Magnetresonanz

1) Compartmentation and Connectivity of the Thalamus: fMRI "Resting State" and DWI Examinations

The objective of this project is to examine the sub­divisions of the thalamus and determine its cortical connectivity pattern by the use of resting state fMRI (rsfMRI) and diffusion weighted imaging (DWI). First, we want to provide an in vivo segmentation of the human thalamus, which can be used for the analysis and interpretation of imaging findings in the clinical neurosciences. Secondly, this compartmentation will be analyzed in respect to its connectivity with cortical structures by means of correlation analysis and fiber tracking (FT). In addition, specific hemispheric and gender differences will be characterized in terms of the ensuing segmentations. Finally, in a third step, the functional and struc­tural segmentation of the thalamus will be compared and related to the existing anatomical atlases. Overall, we hope that this project will enhance our understanding of the role of the thalamus in con­cert with the sensory and cognitive functions of the brain.


  • Prof. Dr. Christian Beckmann, Radboud University Medical Centre Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
  • Dr. Vinod Kumar, Department of High Field MR, MPI für Biologische Kybernetik, Tübingen, Germany
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dorit Merhof, Lehrstuhl für Bildverarbeitung der RWTH Aachen.
  • Prof. Dr. Kamil Uludag und Prof. R. Goebel am Brain Imaging Centre der Universität Maastricht, Niederlande, Dep. of Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychology and Neuroscience, Maastricht Brain Imaging Centre

2) Compartmentation of the Basal Ganglia: Functional MRI and DWI Examinations

The aim of this projects is in an extension to our ongoing examinations on the thalamus to refine the relative uniform anatomy of the BG by investigating their structural and functional sub-divisions and their connectivity profiles, by exploiting two large data sets of the Human Connectome Project (HCP) and supplement them with own high-resolution data from our 9.4 T system. We, therefore, want to: (a) use 3 and 7 Tesla (T) task-fMRT, rs-fMRT and DWI HCP data; and b) perform high-resolution (<1 mm3) rs-fMRT and task-fMRT examinations on the 9.4 Tesla MRI scanner to determine the parcellation and connectivity of the BG in healthy controls. The analysis of these studies will functionally be performed using an improved ICA methodology and structurally using fiber tracking (FT). In addition, hemispherical and gender-specific differences will be determined. In our previous work, we were already able to show that a) functional subdivision of BG and thalamus can be achieved by the use of cortical resting state networks (cRSN), and that b) intra-thalamic, and subcortical connections can be detected using DWI.


  • Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Grodd, project leader, Department of High Field MR, MPI Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany
  • Dr. Vinod Kumar, scientific member, Department of High Field MR, MPI Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany
  • Prof. Dr. Klaus Scheffler, Director Department high-field magnetic resonance of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics providing infrastructure, consulting and use of the 9.4 Tesla scanner.
  • Dr. phil. Gisela Hagberg and Dipl.-Ing. Jonas Bause scientific staff of the department of high-field magnetic resonance for the development and application of 9,4 T fMRT and QSM sequences
  • PD Dr. rer. nat. Gabriele Lohmann, research associate of the Department of Biomedical Magnetic Resonance of the Radiological Clinic of the University of Tübingen for the statistics and evaluation of fMRT and rs fMRI data.

1960-1963     Military Service German Federal Army (Air Force)

1964-1965     Gottlieb Daimler School for Electronics, Sindelfingen, Technician for Electronics

1965-1968     High School: Westfalen-Kolleg Bielefeld

1968-1977     Study of Biology, University of Tübingen, M.Sc. in Biology (Diplom-Biologe)

1972-1975     Scholarship German Protestant Student Association, Villigst e.V.

1974-1981     Study of Medicine, University of Tübingen

1981             State Medical Examination in Medicine, (Staatsexamen der Medizin)

1984             M.D. (Dr. med.; Doktor der Medizin), University of Tübingen


1981-1986    Internship: Dep. of Medical Radiology, University of Tübingen (Chair: Prof. Dr. W. Frommhold)

1986             Board Qualification as Radiologist (Facharzt für Radiologie)

1984-1985    DFG Scholarship MRI Contrast Media Lab Prof. RC Brasch; Dep. of Radiology, UCSF, San Francisco, USA; (Chair Prof. Dr. A. Margulis)

1987-1995   Internship: Dep. Neuroradiology, University of Tübingen (Chair Prof. Dr. K. Voigt)

1989 06-08  Hospitation Siemens MR Development, Erlangen, Germany

1990            Board Qualification as Neuroradiologist (Facharzt für Neuroradiologie)

1991-1995   Senior Resident, Department of Neuroradiology, University of Tübingen

1991            Postdoctoral Lecture Qualification (Habilitation)

1994            Offer of a full professorship in Neuroradiology at the Free University of Berlin (declined)

Previous positions:

1995 – 2010 Full professorship for Neuroradiology & Head Section “Experimental MR of the CNS,” University of Tübingen

2010 - 2014 Senior Research Scientist, Department of Psychiatry, RWTH, Aachen University

Current position:

2015 -         Neuroradiologist, Dep. of Magnetic Resonance, MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany


1988          Kurt-Decker Award, German Society for Neuroradiology

1989          Award German Society Neurotraumatology

1990          Kurt-Decker Award, German Society for Neuroradiology

1992          Kurt-Decker Award, German Society for Neuroradiology

1994          Kurt-Decker Award, German Society for Neuroradiology

2000          III. Award German Society for Pain Research


since 1988  International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)

since 1988  European Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB)

since 1990  European Society of Neuroradiology (ESNR)

since 1992  Professional Association German Neuroradiologists

since 1996  Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM)

since 1998  American Society of Advancement of Science (AAAS)

since 2000  German Society of Clinical Neurophysiology (DGKN)

since 2001  Society for Neuroscience (SNS)

B) Services:


1998 – 2008 Member Research Council (ForTüne) at the Medical Faculty, University of Tübingen

2000 – 2008 Member Center Grant SFB 550 „Detecting, Locating, Acting“, University of Tübingen

2002 – 2006 Member Graduate College „Cognitive Neurobiology“, University of Tübingen

2000 – 2010 Member Graduate School of Neural and Behavioural Sciences, University of Tübingen

2007 – 2010 Member Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN), University of Tübingen


2001 – 2008 Coordinator Task-Group for fMRI of the German Society of Neuroradiology (DGNR)

2003 – 2005 Consultant Scientist to establish a Neuroimaging Centre at University of Trento, Italy

2004 – 2008 Member fMRI Task Group German Society Clinical Neurophysiology (DGKN)

C) Review Work:

Grants: German Research Foundation (DFG); Austrian Research Foundation (ÖNF); Swiss National Research Foundation (SNF); German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina; Israel Science Foundation (ISF), German Israel Foundation (GIF)

Journals: Brain and Language; Brain Behavior and Science; Cerebral Cortex; Radiologe; RöFo; Journal Exp. Neurology; Journal of Morphology; Journal of Neu­rochemistry; Journal of Neuroscience (Methods); Journal of Psychiatry Research; Clinical Neuroradiology; Nature Neuroscience; Neuroimage; Neuroscience Letters; Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging; Science

Research: Diffusion and functional imaging of cerebellar and thalamic structures and connectivity, MRI and H-Spectroscopy of brain maturation; diagnostic imaging of brain malformations and metabolic diseases in children; functional brain imaging of emotional processing, humor and laughter, Alzheimer and dementia; language processing (specially speech); cortical and cerebellar organization of sensorimotor functions; cortical reorganization in chronic pain in amputees, reorganization of speech and motor function in children; brain mechanism subserving fear and sociopathic behavior; cognitive processing in chess game players.

D)  Selected publications in peer-reviewed journals

  1. Kumar, Vinod, Sarah Mang, and Wolfgang Grodd. 2014. „Direct Diffusion-Based Parcellation of the Human Thalamus.“ Brain Structure and Function, März, 1–17.
  2. Sokolov, Arseny A., Michael Erb, Wolfgang Grodd, and Marina A. Pavlova. 2014. „Structural Loop Between the Cerebellum and the Superior Temporal Sulcus: Evidence from Diffusion Tensor Imaging.“ Cerebral Cortex 24 (3): 626–32.
  3. Kipping, Judy A., Wolfgang Grodd, Vinod Kumar, Marco Taubert, Arno Villringer, and Daniel S. Margulies. 2013. „Overlapping and parallel cerebello-cerebral networks contributing to sensorimotor control: An intrinsic functional connectivity study“. NeuroImage 83 (December): 837–48.
  4. Sokolov, A. A., Erb, M., Gharabaghi, A., Grodd, W., Tatagiba, M. S., & Pavlova, M. A. 2012. Biological motion processing: The left cerebellum communicates with the right superior temporal sulcus. NeuroImage, 59(3), 2824–2830.
  5. Chassy P, Grodd W. Human Visual Processing of Quantities and Numbers. Cerebral Cortex. 2012; 22:1420-1430
  6. Bilalic M, Langner R, Ulrich R, Grodd W. Many faces of expertise: fusiform face area in chess experts and novices. J Neurosci. 2011; 31: 10206-14.
  7. Bilalić, M., Turella, L., Campitelli, G., Erb, M., & Grodd, W. 2012. Expertise modulates the neural basis of context dependent recognition of objects and their relations. Human Brain Mapping, 33 (11), 2728–2740.
  8. Heun R, Freymann K, Erb M, Leube DT, Jessen F, Kircher TT, Grodd W. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and actual retrieval performance affect cerebral activation in the elderly. Neurobiol. Aging. 2007; 28: 404-413.
  9. Anders S., Birbaumer N., B. Sadowski, M. Erb, Mader I., Grodd W., Lotze M.: Parietal somatosensory association cortex mediates affective blindsight. Nature Neuroscience 2004: 7: 339-340.
  10. Hülsmann E, Erb M, Grodd W. From will to action) sequential cerebellar contributions to voluntary movement. Neuroimage 2003; 20:1485-1492.
  11. Kourtzi Z, Bülthoff HH, Erb M, Grodd W. Object-selective responses in the human motion area MT/MST. Nature Neuroscience 2002; 5:17-18.
  12. Wildgruber D, Pihan H, Ackermann H, Erb M, Grodd W. Dynamic brain activation during processing of emotional intonation) influence of acoustic parameters, emotional valence, and sex. Neuroimage 2002; 15: 856-569.
  13. Grodd W, Hülsmann E, Lotze M, Wildgruber D, Erb M. Sensorimotor mapping of the human cerebellum: fMRI evidence of somatotopic organization. Hum Brain Mapping 2001:55-73.
  14. Lotze M., Grodd W., Birbaumer N., M. Erb, E. Huse, Flor H.: Does use of myoelectric prosthesis prevent cortical reorganization and phantom limb pain? Nature Neuro­­science 6 (1999) 501-502

E) Monographs

  1. Grodd W, Beckmann CF. Resting-State-fMRT. In: Schneider F, Fink G (Hrsg). Funktionelle MRT in Psychiatrie und Neurologie. Springer, Heidelberg, 2013: 229-257. ISBN 9783642297991.
  2. Grodd W, Wildgruber D, Kumar V: Functional Imaging of Language Competent Brain Areas. In: Language Talent and Brain Activity. Edited by Dogil, G, and Reiterer; S.M. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin 2009
  3. Grodd W., I Krägeloh-Mann: ZNS Bildgebung bei Stoffwechselstörungen im Kindesalter. In:
    Jansen O. und Stefani U. (Hrsg.) Fehlbildungen und frühkindliche Schädigungen. 1. Auflage, Re­ferenzreihe Neurologie, Thieme Verlag Stuttgart 2007,  pp. 114-181
  4. Grodd W.: Stoffwechselerkrankungen. In: M. Forsting und O. Jansen (Hrsg.): MRT des ZNS. Thieme Verlag Stuttgart 2006 pp. 248-283
  5. Grodd W: Recent Advances in functional MRI. In: Recent Advances in MR Imaging and Spectroscopy. Edited by Jagannathan: Chap. 9, p. 186-202, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi 2005
  6. Grodd W.: fMRI: Neuroscientific and clinical applications. In: NR Jagannathan (Editor): Biomedical Magnetic Resonance. Proceedings of the international Workshop. Chapt. 10, p.129-137, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi 2005
  7. Grodd W, E. Hülsmann, H. Ackermann: Functional MRI Localizing in the cerebellum. In: Intraoperative MRI Developments - Edited by C. Nimsky and R. Fahlbusch: Neurosurgery Clinics of North America Vol. 16/1 2005, p. 77-99.
  8. Grodd W.: Congenital White-Matter Diseases (Leukodystrophies). In: K. Sartor: Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology. p 227-233, Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart 2002

F) Funding (2010- now):

2008-2011  DFG-EF Grodd: Architecture of Fiber Pathways of the Cerebellum: Investigations of Compartmentation and Connectivity using Diffusions-Tensor-Bildgebung (DTI)

2008-2013  DFG-EF Grodd, Ulrich: „Analyzing, deciding, acting: Functional Imaging of cognitive processing during chess game playing.

2015 -        DFG-EF Grodd: Compartmentation and Connectivity of the Thalamus: fMRI "Resting State" and DWI Examinations

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Articles (110):

Loureiro JR, Himmelbach M, Ethofer T, Pohmann R, Martin P, Bause J, Scheffler K, Grodd W and Hagberg GE (August-2018) In-vivo quantitative structural imaging of the human midbrain and the superior colliculus at 9.4T NeuroImage 177 117-128.
van Oort ESB, Mennes M, Navarro Schröder T, Kumar VJ, Zaragoza Jimenez NI, Grodd W, Doeller CF and Beckmann CF (April-2018) Functional parcellation using time courses of instantaneous connectivity NeuroImage 170 31-40.
Lohmann G, Stelzer J, Mueller K, Lacosse E, Buschmann T, Kumar VJ, Grodd W and Scheffler K (March-2017) Inflated False Negative Rates Undermine Reproducibility In Task-Based fMRI - . submitted
Kumar VJ, van Oort E, Scheffler K, Beckmann CF and Grodd W (February-2017) Functional Anatomy of the Human Thalamus at Rest NeuroImage 147 678–691.
Chassy P and Grodd W (January-2016) Editorial: Abstract Mathematical Cognition Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9(719) 1-2.
Bilalić M, Langner R, Campitelli G, Turella L and Grodd W (September-2015) Editorial: Neural implementation of expertise Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9(545) 1-3.
Kumar V, Mang S and Grodd W (May-2015) Direct diffusion-based parcellation of the human thalamus Brain Structure and Function 220(3) 1619-1635.
Sokolov AA, Erb M, Grodd W, Tatagiba MS, Frackowiak RSJ and Pavlova MA (October-2014) Recovery of biological motion perception and network plasticity after cerebellar tumor removal Cortex 59 146–152.
Grodd W and Beckmann CF (June-2014) Funktionelle MRT des Gehirns im Ruhezustand Nervenarzt 85(6) 690-700.
Sokolov AA, Erb M, Grodd W and Pavlova MA (March-2014) Structural Loop Between the Cerebellum and the Superior Temporal Sulcus: Evidence from Diffusion Tensor Imaging Cerebral Cortex 24(3) 626-632.
Kipping JA, Grodd W, Kumar V, Taubert M, Villringer A and Margulies DS (December-2013) Overlapping and parallel cerebello-cerebral networks contributing to sensorimotor control: An intrinsic functional connectivity study NeuroImage 83 837–848.
Wildgruber D, Szameitat DP, Ethofer T, Brück C, Alter K, Grodd W and Kreifelts B (May-2013) Different Types of Laughter Modulate Connectivity within Distinct Parts of the Laughter Perception Network PLoS ONE 9(5) 1-15.
Bilalić M, Turella L, Campitelli G, Erb M and Grodd W (November-2012) Expertise modulates the neural basis of context dependent recognition of objects and their relations Human Brain Mapping 33(11) 2728–2740.
Chassy P and Grodd W (June-2012) Comparison of quantities: core and format-dependent regions as revealed by fMRI Cerebral Cortex 22(6) 1420-1430.
Turella L, Tubaldi F, Erb M, Grodd W and Castiello U (March-2012) Object presence modulates activity within the somatosensory component of the action observation network Cerebral Cortex 22(3) 668-679.
Sokolov AA, Erb M, Gharabaghi A, Grodd W, Tatagiba MS and Pavlova MA (February-2012) Biological motion processing: The left cerebellum communicates with the right superior temporal sulcus NeuroImage 59(3) 2824–2830.
Mang SC, Busza A, Reiterer S, Grodd W and Klose U (January-2012) Thalamus segmentation based on the local diffusion direction: A group study Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 67(1) 118–126.
Rapp AM, Erb M, Grodd W, Bartels M and Markert K (December-2011) Neural correlates of metonymy resolution Brain and Language 119(3) 196–205.
Wilke M, Pieper T, Lindner K, Dushe T, Staudt M, Grodd W, Holthausen H and Krägeloh-Mann I (November-2011) Clinical functional MRI of the language domain in children with epilepsy Human Brain Mapping 32(11) 1882–1893.
Reiterer SM, Hu X, Erb M, Rota G, Nardo D, Grodd W, Winkler S and Ackermann H (November-2011) Individual differences in audio-vocal speech imitation aptitude in late bilinguals: functional neuro-imaging and brain morphology Frontiers in Psychology 7(271) 1-12.
Lidzba K, Schwilling E, Grodd W, Krägeloh-Mann I and Wilke M (October-2011) Language comprehension vs. language production: Age effects on fMRI activation Brain and Language 119(1) 6-15.
Groeschel S, Kehrer C, Engel C, i Dali C, Bley A, Steinfeld R, Grodd W and Krägeloh-Mann I (October-2011) Metachromatic leukodystrophy: natural course of cerebral MRI changes in relation to clinical course Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease 34(5) 1095-1102.
Weis S, Leube D, Erb M, Heun R, Grodd W and Kircher T (July-2011) Functional Neuroanatomy of Sustained Memory Encoding Performance in Healthy Aging and in Alzheimer's Disease International Journal of Neuroscience 121(7) 384-392.
Bilalić M, Langner R, Ulrich R and Grodd W (July-2011) Many Faces of Expertise: Fusiform Face Area in Chess Experts and Novices Journal of Neuroscience 31(28) 10206-10214.
Atique B, Erb M, Gharabaghi A, Grodd W and Anders S (April-2011) Task-specific activity and connectivity within the mentalizing network during emotion and intention mentalizing NeuroImage 55(4) 1899–1911.
Hu X, Erb M, Ackermann H, Martin JA, Grodd W and Reiterer SM (February-2011) Voxel-based morphometry studies of personality: Issue of statistical model specification-effect of nuisance covariates NeuroImage 54(3) 1994–2005.
Brendel B, Erb M, Riecker A, Grodd W, Ackermann H and Ziegler W (January-2011) Do we have a "mental syllabary" in the brain? An FMRI study Motor Control 15(1) 34-51.
Bilalić M, Kiesel A, Pohl C, Erb M and Grodd W (January-2011) It Takes Two–Skilled Recognition of Objects Engages Lateral Areas in Both Hemispheres PLoS ONE 6(1) 1-11.
Tubaldi F, Turella L, Pierno A, Grodd W, Tirindelli R and Castiello U (January-2011) Smelling odors, understanding actions Social Neuroscience 6(1) 31-47.
Mang SC, Logashenko D, Gembris D, Wittum G, Grodd W and Klose U (December-2010) Diffusion simulation-based fiber tracking using time-of-arrival maps: a comparison with standard methods Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine 23(5-6) 391-398.
Szameitat DP, Kreifelts B, Alter K, Szameitat AJ, Sterr A, Grodd W and Wildgruber D (December-2010) It is not always tickling: Distinct cerebral responses during perception of different laughter types NeuroImage 53(4) 1264–1271.
Bilalić M, Langner R, Erb M and Grodd W (November-2010) Mechanisms and neural basis of object and pattern recognition: A study with chess experts Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 139(4) 728-742.
Saur R, Milian M, Erb M, Eschweiler GW, Grodd W and Leyhe T (August-2010) Cortical Activation during Clock Reading as a Quadratic Function of Dementia State Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 22(1) 267-284.
Kreifelts B, Ethofer T, Huberle E, Grodd W and Wildgruber D (July-2010) Association of trait emotional intelligence and individual fMRI-activation patterns during the perception of social signals from voice and face Human Brain Mapping 31(7) 979–991.
Li Hegner Y, Lee Y, Grodd W and Braun C (June-2010) Comparing Tactile Pattern and Vibrotactile Frequency Discrimination: A Human fMRI Study Journal of Neurophysiology 103(6) 3115-3122.
Rapp AM, Mutschler DE, Wild B, Erb M, Lengsfeld I, Saur R and Grodd W (April-2010) Neural correlates of irony comprehension: The role of schizotypal personality traits Brain and Language 113(1) 1-12.
Brendel B, Hertrich I, Erb M, Lindner A, Riecker A, Grodd W and Ackermann H (April-2010) The contribution of mesiofrontal cortex to the preparation and execution of repetitive syllable productions: an fMRI study NeuroImage 50(3) 1219–1230.
Kreifelts B, Ethofer T, Shiozawa T, Grodd W and Wildgruber D (December-2009) Cerebral representation of non-verbal emotional perception: fMRI reveals audiovisual integration area between voice- and face-sensitive regions in the superior temporal sulcus Neuropsychologia 47(14) 3059–3066.
Juenger H, Kumar V, Grodd W, Staudt M and Krägeloh-Mann I (November-2009) Preserved Crossed Corticospinal Tract and Hand Function Despite Extensive Brain Maldevelopment Pediatric Neurology 41(5) 388–389.
Eichler F, Grodd W, Grant E, Sessa M, Biffi A, Bley A, Kohlschuetter A, Loes DJ and Kraegeloh-Mann I (October-2009) Metachromatic Leukodystrophy: A Scoring System for Brain MR Imaging Observations American Journal of Neuroradiology 30(10) 1893-1897.
Wiethoff S, Wildgruber D, Grodd W and Ethofer T (October-2009) Response and habituation of the amygdala during processing of emotional prosody NeuroReport 20(15) 1356-1360.
Ethofer T, Kreifelts B, Wiethoff S, Wolf J, Grodd W, Vuilleumier P and Wildgruber D (July-2009) Differential Influences of Emotion, Task, and Novelty on Brain Regions Underlying the Processing of Speech Melody Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21(7) 1255-1268.
Turella L, Erb M, Grodd W and Castiello U (July-2009) Visual features of an observed agent do not modulate human brain activity during action observation NeuroImage 46(3) 844–853.
Herbert C, Ethofer T, Anders S, Junghofer M, Wildgruber D, Grodd W and Kissler J (March-2009) Amygdala activation during reading of emotional adjectives: an advantage for pleasant content Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 4(1) 35-49.
Leyhe T, Erb M, Milian M, Eschweiler CW, Ethofer T, Grodd W and Saur R (March-2009) Changes in Cortical Activation during Retrieval of Clock Time Representations in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Early Alzheimer’s Disease Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders 27(2) 117–132.
Gharabaghi A, Kunath F, Erb M, Saur R, Heckl S, Tatagiba M, Grodd W and Karnath H-A (March-2009) Perisylvian white matter connectivity in the human right hemisphere BMC Neuroscience 10(15) 1-6.
Wilke M, Staudt M, Juenger H, Grodd W, Braun C and Krägeloh-Mann I (March-2009) Somatosensory system in two types of motor reorganization in congenital hemiparesis: Topography and function Human Brain Mapping 30(3) 776–788.
Mang SC, Gembris D, Grodd W and Klose U (February-2009) Comparison of gradient encoding directions for higher order tensor diffusion data Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 61(2) 335–343.
Hackley SA, Langner R, Rolke B, Erb M, Grodd W and Ulrich R (January-2009) Separation of phasic arousal and expectancy effects in a speeded reaction time task via fMRI Psychophysiology 46(1) 163–171.
Leube DT, Weis S, Freymann K, Erb M, Jessen F, Heun R, Grodd W and Kircher TT (November-2008) Neural correlates of verbal episodic memory in patients with MCI and Alzheimer's disease: a VBM study International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 30(11) 1114–1118.
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