Dr. Marieke Schölvinck

Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI)
for Neuroscience in Cooperation with Max Planck Society
Deutschordenstr. 46
60528 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Tel: +49 69 96769 518
marieke.scholvinck(at)esi-frankfurt.de

Curriculum Vitae

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Research Statement

Neural activity is not only driven by external factors such as sensory stimuli, but to a large extent generated spontaneously. This spontaneous brain activity displays a coherent spatio-temporal structure and interacts with stimulus-driven activity in complex ways. I study spontaneous brain activity and its effect on stimulus-evoked responses using a variety of techniques, ranging from fMRI to in vivo electrophysiology.

Key Publications

 

Schölvinck ML, Saleem A, Benucci A, Harris KD, Carandini M (2015) Cortical state determines global variability and correlations in visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 35: 170-178

Genc E*, Schölvinck ML*, Bergmann J, Singer W, Kohler A (2015) Functional connectivity patterns of visual cortex reflect its anatomical organization. Cerebral Cortex, epub ahead of print (* equal contribution)

Schölvinck ML, Leopold DA, Brookes MJ, Khader PH (2013) The contribution of electrophysiology to functional connectivity mapping. NeuroImage 80: 297-306

Schölvinck, M. L., Friston, K. J., Rees. G. (2012) The influence of spontaneous activity on stimulus processing in primary visual cortex. NeuroImage 59(3), 2700-2708. doi: dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.10.066 fileadmin/user_upload/Articles/Schölvinck,Friston,Rees2012.pdf

Schölvinck, M. L., Maier, A., Ye, F. Q., Duyn, J. H., Leopold, D. A. (2010) Neural basis of global resting-state fMRI activity. PNAS 107(22), 10238-10243.