IPEG 2014, Leipzig

The 18th International Pharmaco EEG-Society (IPEG) Meeting 2014 took place in Leipzig, Germany from Thursday September 25th to Sunday September 28th 2014 and was hosted by the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University Hospital Leipzig.
 

Download Program Book Leipzig 2014

 

WHM Prize Leipzig 2014

 

 Impressions:

Program Book with more than 70 abstracts can be downloaded here

 

Gerard Bruder and Ulrich Hegerl exchange details

 

Between the session and the lectures: Networking and socializing

 

Part of the IPEG-Organizing team: Marc Jobert, Sebastian Olbrich, Martijn Arns (left to right)

 

Listening to the EEG-Training Course

 

Presenting at the EEG-TRaining Course: Marc Jobert

 

 

Honorary Membership certificate for Bermd Saletu (left), handed out by IPEG-President Pim Drinkenburg (right)

 

Honorary Membership for Miloš Matoušek (middle), framed by IPEG-President Pim Drinkenburg (right) and Vice-President Martin Brunovsky (left)

 

Some Impressions from the industrial exhibition

 

Sonja Simpraga (second from right), Winner of the Werner Herrmann Memorial Grant, presenting her poster to the interested audience

 

In the beautiful city of Leipzig  the 18th bienal IPEG Meeting 2014 took place.

 

 

News



EEG-predictors in Major Depression

First EEG-results from the EMBARC study, published in JAMA Psychiatry. Pretreatment Rostral Anterior Cingulate Cortex Theta Activity seems to be associated with Symptom Improvement in Depression. However, the effects seem to be unspecific since they are found in placebo and verum group. The search continues...

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It’s all about timing…

 This report from UC Berkeley highlights age-related decreases in coupling between slow oscillations and sleep spindles during non-REM sleep, correlated with a reduction in the ability of forming new overnight memories.

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Up to date EEG research

A special issue of Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging on "High Temporal Resolution Measures of Human Brain Processing" focus on EEG 

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