Collaborations of Frank Scharnowski

(in alphabetical order)

 

Prof. Niels Birbaumer 

 Wyss Center Geneva

(Switzerland)

We are working on modulating motor performance and memory with neurofeedback, and on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool.

Dr. Annette Brühl 

Psychiatric University Hospital Zürich

(Switzerland) 

We are working on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool.

Dr. Jinendra Ekanayake

Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging

(UK)

We are working on Brain-Computer-Interfaces using real-time decoding of brain activity.
Prof. Volker Franz 

 University of Tübingen

(Germany)

Volker was my BSc supervisor. We were working on the effects of visual illusions on grasping.

Prof. Sven Haller

University Hospital Geneva

(Switzerland) 

We are working on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback.

Prof. Michelle Hampson 

Yale University

(USA)

We are working on the optimal selection of control conditions for neurofeedback. 
M.Sc. Amelie Haugg

Psychiatric University Hospital Zürich

(Switzerland) 

We are working on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback and on applying them as a therapeutic tool. 

Prof. Todd Hare  University of Zürich (Switzerland)

We are working on modulating decision making through neurofeedback training.

Dr. Lydia Hellrung

University of Zürich

(Switzerland)

We are working on the development of new neurofeedback methods.
Prof. Marcus Herdener 

Psychiatric University Hospital Zürich

(Switzerland)

We are working on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool.

Prof. Michael Herzog

Swiss Institute of Technology Lausanne

(Switzerland)

Michael was my PhD supervisor. We continue to work on the temporal dynamics of visual feature integration.

 Dr. Chloe Hutton

Siemens Medical Care

(UK)

We are working on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback.

 Prof. Thomas Kammer

 University of Ulm

(Germany)

Thomas was my BSc supervisor. We were working on TMs of the visual system.
Dr. Matthias KirschnerMcGill University (Canada)

We are working on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool for addictions. 

Prof. Birgit Kleim

Psychiatric University Hospital Zürich

(Switzerland)

We are working on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool.

Dr. Yury Koush 

Yale University

(USA)

We are working on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback.
Prof. David Linden

Cardiff 

University

(UK)

We are working on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool. 

Dr. Andrei Manoliu 

University College London

(UK)

We are working on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool for addictions.

Prof. Klaus Mathiak

RWTH Aachen University

(Germany)

We are working on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback.

Dr. Lars Michels

University of Zürich

(Switzerland)

We are applying neurofeedback to attention and visual perception. 

Dr. Jessica Peter

Psychiatric University Hospital Bern (Switzerland)We are applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool for mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's Disease.
Prof. Boris Quednow 

Psychiatric University Hospital Zürich

(Switzerland)

We are working on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool.

Dr. Raja-Beharelle  University of Zürich (Switzerland)

We are working on modulating decision making through neurofeedback training.

Prof. Geraint Rees

Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience

(UK)

Geraint was my previous host. We continue to work on real-time fMRI of visual perception.

Dr. Maria Joao Rosa

University College London

(UK)

We are working on dynamic causal modelling.
Prof. Christian Ruff  University of Zürich (Switzerland)

We are working on modulating decision making through neurofeedback training.

Prof. Erich Seifritz 

 Psychiatric University Hospital Zürich

(Switzerland)

We are working on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool.

Dr. Stavros Skouras

University of Barcelona

(Spain)

We are working on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI and their clinical applications. 
Dr. Ronald Sladky

 Psychiatric University Hospital Zürich

(Switzerland)

We are working on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback and on applying them as a therapeutic tool.

Prof. Bettina Sorger

University of Maastricht

(The Netherlands)

We are working on the optimal selection of control conditions for neurofeedback.

Dr. Philipp Stämpfli

 University of Zürich (Switzerland)

We are working on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback. 

Prof. James Sulzer

University of Texas

(USA)

We are working on the development of real-time fMRI neurofeedback.
Prof. Philippe Topler  University of Zürich (Switzerland)

We are working on modulating decision making through neurofeedback training. 

Prof. Dimitri van de Ville

Swiss Institute of Technology Lausanne

(Switzerland)

Dimitri was my previous host. We continue to work on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback

Dr. Ralf Veit 

University of Tübingen

(Germany)

We are working on modulating motor performance and memory with neurofeedback. 

Prof. Patrik Vuilleumier

University of Geneva

(Switzerland)

Patrik was my previous co-host. We continue to work on applying neurofeedback as a therapeutic tool.

Prof. Vincent Walsh

Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience

(UK)

We are working on the timing of neural information processing.

Prof. Nikolaus Weiskopf

Max-Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences

(Germany)

Nik was my previous host and is my long-term mentor. We continue to work on the development of new methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback.

Prof. Kymberly Young

University of Pittsburgh

(USA) 

We are working on the optimal selection of control conditions for neurofeedback.