Konstantina Kilteni

Konstantina Kilteni

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Postadress: C4 Neurovetenskap, C4 Forskning Kilteni, 171 77 Stockholm

Om mig

  • Konstantina Kilteni studied Electrical and Computer Engineering at the
    National Technical University of Athens and she did her PhD studies in
    Experimental Psychology at the University of Barcelona. She was a Marie
    Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow and she is currently an Assistant
    Professor at the Department of Neuroscience in Karolinska Institutet. Her
    research addresses how the brain distinguishes between self-generated and
    externally-generated touch.
    01.01.2020 – now *Assistant Professor in Medical Science at Karolinska
    Institute* (https://staff.ki.se/position-as-assistant-professor [1])
    01.01.2020 – 31.12.2023 *Starting Grant in Medicine and Health* from the
    Swedish Research
    Council (https://www.vr.se/english/calls-and-decisions/grant-decisions/decisions/2019-08-06-medicine-and-health.html
    04.12.2019 Recognized as being among *the top 10% most cited* PLOS ONE
    19.10.2019 – 23.10.2019 *FENS Travel Grant
    10.2019 *KI Travel Grant, * Neuroscience Department, Karolinska Institutet,
    Sweden (554€)
    30.11.2018 *Representative of Neuroscience Department of Karolinska
    Institute *in the inauguration of the Biomedicum Research Facility as one of
    the six young promising researchers from
    11.2018 – 10.2020 *KI Research Grant, * Neuroscience Department, Karolinska
    Institutet, Sweden (9.000€)
    07.2018 Article* *(Kilteni et al. 2018)* *featured in* /Nature
    Communications /Editors’ Highlights *for particularly interesting or
    important research ‘From Brain to
    Behaviour’* *(https://www.nature.com/collections/ed-highlights-brain-behaviour
    10.2018 *KI Travel Grant, * Neuroscience Department, Karolinska Institutet,
    Sweden (855€)
    01.2017 – 01.2019 *Marie Skłodowska-Curie* *Individual fellowship, *
    Neuroscience Department, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden (score: 95.8%)
    (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/201238/brief/en [6])
    01.2018 – 12.2018 *Elected Treasurer of Karolinska Institute Postdoctoral
    Association*, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
    2016-2017 *KI Research Grant, * Neuroscience Department, Karolinska
    Institutet, Sweden
    01.2016 – 12.2016 *Wenner Gren Foundation fellowship, * Neuroscience
    Department, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden [second year of fellowship declined
    to accept the* *Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship]
    12.2013 *ARFV/EuroVR Award* for most promising research applied to
    2008 *Thomaides Foundation Award *for publishing original research article
    based on Diploma Thesis
    [1] https://staff.ki.se/position-as-assistant-professor
    [2] https://www.vr.se/english/calls-and-decisions/grant-decisions/decisions/2019-08-06-medicine-and-health.html
    [3] https://www.fens.org/News-Activities/News/20191/07/SfN-travel-grant-awardees-have-been-announced/
    [4] https://ki.se/en/ki/calendar/inauguration-karolinska-institutet-biomedicum
    [5] https://www.nature.com/collections/ed-highlights-brain-behaviour
    [6] https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/201238/brief/en


  • Try to tickle yourself. No matter how hard you try, the resulting sensation
    will always feel less ticklish and less intense compared to the sensation
    produced by somebody else tickling you. In our lab, we study how the human
    brain predicts the sensory stimuli that are generated by our actions and how
    this affects our perception


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