In collaboration between the Faculty of Medicine and the Mind and Brain Laboratory at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Ljubljana we found a reduction in spatial working memory capacity in adolescents with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in comparison to healthy peers during acute hypoglycaemia, while there were no statistically significant differences between the two groups when blood sugar levels were normal. The paper Acute Hyperglycemia and Spatial Working Memory in Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes was published in Journal Diabetes Care.
A new paper on dynamic and static functional connectivity
We are pleased to announce that a new paper has been published in Network Neuroscience entitled Static and dynamic fMRI-derived functional connectomes represent largely similar information. The paper was co-authored with Alan Anticevic and John D. Murray from Yale University. The paper provides valuable insights into the comparison and interpretation
Grega Repovš on the therapeutic effects of psychedelics
In an article in N1 Slovenia, you can read about research on the therapeutic effects of psychedelics in the treatment of mental disorders. One of the interviewees in the article is the head of our lab, Prof. Dr. Grega Repovš.
QuNex—Quantitative Neuroimaging Environment & Toolbox
In collaboration with the Anticevic Lab at Yale School of Medicine, we have developed the Quantitative Neuroimaging Environment & Toolbox (QuNex). This toolbox integrates several packages to support a flexible and extensible framework for data organization, preprocessing, quality assurance, and various analyses across neuroimaging modalities. A detailed description of the toolbox