Imaging Seminar Series with the Center for Alzheimer Research

Join us as we discuss the latest brain imaging research. We host an imaging seminar every month, typically the last Friday of the month, over zoom with two researchers discussing their work. Welcome!

Please join us on Zoom:

Meeting ID: 665 0737 5691
Passcode: 148489

Seminars, spring 2023

February 24 at 1 pm

Mona-Lisa Malarte, KI
"Deciphering the interplay between reactive astrogliosis and tau pathology in 4R tauopathies"

Kevin Oliveira Hauer, Lunds universitet
"Performance of [18F]RO948 PET, MRI and CSF neurofilament light in the differential diagnosis of progressive supranuclear palsy"

March 27 at 1 pm

Anna Inguanzo, KI
"MRI data-driven clustering reveals different subtypes of Dementia with Lewy bodies"

Han Soo Yoo, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
"Multitracer PET imaging to evaluate dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB)"

April 28 at 1 pm

Bárbara Avelar Pereira, KI

May 26 at 1 pm

Miriam Scarpa, KI

Stephen Carter, University of Cambridge

June 30 at 1 pm

Alexander Kvist, KI

Rodrigo Vitorio, Northumbria University

Seminars 2022

December 16 at 1 pm

Annemieke ter Telgte, VASCage, Austria 
“On the origin of cerebral small vessel disease”

November 25 at 1 pm

Annegret Habich, KI
(Dis-)connected Dots in Dementia with Lewy Bodies – A Systematic Review of Connectivity Studies

Ramtin Mehraram, KU Leuven, Belgium
Lewy body dementia: EEG-network biomarkers and visual hallucinations

October 28 at 1 pm

Anna Dewenter, Institute for Stroke and Dementia Research
The effects of Alzheimer’s disease and cerebral small vessel disease on white matter fiber tracts

Nira Cedres, University Fernando Pessoa-Canarias
Association between cerebrovascular and Alzheimer's disease biomarkers and the degeneration of the cholinergic system

September 30 at 1 pm

Yuanjing Li, KI
Thalamic gray matter volume mediates the association between KIBRA polymorphism and olfactory function among older adults

Olof Lindberg, KI
Reduced blood oxygen dependent signal in the anterior cingulate cortex and the anterior insula in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia when viewing images of hands in painful situations

August 26 at 1 pm

Marco Bucci, KI
Levels of plasma neurofilament light alone or in combination with pTau-181 predict for steeper cognitive decline in Typical AD and Hippocampal-sparing subtype but not in Limbic-predominant AD subtype

Konstantinos Chiotis, KI
Tracking reactive astrocytes in autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease with plasma GFAP and multi-modal PET

June 24 at 1 pm

Goran Papenberg, KI
Aging-related losses in fronto-striatal dopamine D2 receptor availability is linked to working-memory decline across five years

Alireza Salami, KI and Umeå University
Bi-phasic patterns of age-related differences in dopamine D1 receptors across the adult lifespan

May 27, at 1 pm

Einar August Høgestøl, University of Oslo
The brain age paradigm across neurodegenerative disorders

Daniel Vereb, KI
Directed connectivity networks across Alzheimer’s disease spectrum

April 29 at 1 pm

Laia Montoliu-Gaya, University of Gothenburg
Plasma and cerebrospinal fluid GFAP levels in Down syndrome and sporadic Alzheimer’s disease: a cross-sectional study

Bruno Robalo, University of Utrecht
Diffusion MRI harmonization enables joint-analysis of multicenter data of patients with cerebral small vessel disease

March 22 at 1 pm

Silvia Fanton, KI
NetPlotBrain: A Python package to easily create 3D network visualizations on a brain and its usage in pain neuroimaging

Didac Vidal Pineiro, University of Oslo
ggseg: visualization of brain statistics in R and applications in lifespan cognitive neuroscience

February 25 at 1 pm

Robin Pedersen, Umeå University
Inter-regional dopamine D1 co-variability reflects functional brain architecture

Jonatan Gustavsson, KI
Brain iron and the dopaminergic system: Links to cognition in aging

January 28 at 1 pm

Anna Canal García, KI
Multiplex connectome changes across the Alzheimer’s disease spectrum using gray matter and amyloid data

Mite Mijalkov, KI
Directed brain connectivity identifies widespread functional network changes in Parkinson’s disease


Konstantinos Chiotis

Postdoctoral studies

Rosaleena Mohanty

Postdoctoral researcher