Collaborations

  • Francesco Vergani

    Neurosurgery, King's College Hospital London

    The white matter of the human cerebrum: part I The occipital lobe by Heinrich Sachs.

    Forkel SJ, Mahmood S, Vergani F & Catani M.

    Cortex 62:182-202, 2015​

    Intralobar fibres of the occipital lobe: a post mortem dissection study.

    Vergani F, Mahmood S, Morris CM, Mitchell P & Forkel SJ.

    Cortex 56:145-56, 2014

  • Adrian Danek

    Neurology, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

    2021: LMU-Bordeaux Research Cooperation Program (PI: Forkel/Danek) 

    2009 - 2016: Erasmus exchange coordinators for Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Germany and King's College London

    The anatomy of fronto-occipital connections from early blunt dissections to contemporary tractography.

    Forkel SJ, Thiebaut de Schotten M, Kawadler JM, Dell'Acqua F, Danek A & Catani M.

    Cortex 56:73-84, 2014

  • Niklaus Krayenbühl

    Neurochirugie, Klinik für Neurochirurgie, Universitäts Spital Zürich

  • Maurizio Corbetta

    Neurology, Department of Neuroscience at the University of Padua

    Current clinical collaborator on H2020 MSCA Fellowship 'Personalised'

    https://pnc.unipd.it/corbetta-maurizio/

  • Synthetic Anatomy team

    King's College London

    The aim of the module is to explore anatomical structure in a choice of possible contexts: development, evolution, structure and function. Students will comprise collaborative teams from Biomedical Engineering and Biomedical Sciences overseen. Each team will 3D print anatomical components and explore their anatomical significance through a co-designed webpage. 

    https://www.kcl.ac.uk/lsm/research/divisions/imaging/study/beng-degree/study/synthetic-anatomy

  • Michel Thiebaut de Schotten

    CNRS, University of Bordeaux

    Long-term collaborator on development and clinical application of novel neuroimaging methods based on diffusion-weighted imaging data.

    http://www.bcblab.com/BCB/Home/Home.html

  • Jon Sigurjonsson

    Caldwell University, US & The City College, CUNY

    Visiting lecturer for the BS psychology classes 'Heroes and Villains: Psychology of Comic Books' and the 'Cognition and Affect' class as part of a clinical PhD class at The City College, CUNY

  • Henrietta Howells

    MoCA Laboratory, Department of Medical Biotechnology and Translational Medicine, Universita`degli Studi di Milano

    The effect of fronto-parietal resection on hand selection for grasping and manipulation

    Howells HR, Puglisi G, Leonetti A, Vigano L, Fornia L, SimoneL, Forkel SJ, Rossi M, Cerri G, Bello L.

    Cortex, 2020

    An ancestral anatomical and spatial bias for visually guided behavior

    Friedrich P, Thiebaut de Schotten M, Forkel SJ, Stacho M, Howells HR

    PNAS, 117(5):2251-2252. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1918402117, 2020

    Differences in frontal network anatomy across primate species.

    Barrett R, Dawson M, Dyrby T, Krug K, Ptito M, D'Arceuil H, Croxson PL, Johnson P, Howells H, Forkel SJ, Dell’Acqua F & Catani M

    Journal of Neuroscience, 2020

    Short parietal lobe connections of the human and monkey brain.

    Catani M, Robertsson N, Beyh A, Huynh V, de Santiago Requejo F, Howells H, Barrett RL, Aiello M, Cavaliere C, Dyrby T, Krug K, Ptito M, D'Arceuil H & Forkel SJ*, Dell'Acqua F*. *joint last.

    Cortex 97:339-357, 2017

    Forkel SJ & Howells H. Professor Blackburn on Unconscious biases. Published online on the Lindau Nobel Laureate website, 2015

  • Paula Croxson

    Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

    Differences in frontal network anatomy across primate species.

    Barrett R, Dawson M, Dyrby T, Krug K, Ptito M, D'Arceuil H, Croxson PL, Johnson P, Howells H, Forkel SJ, Dell’Acqua F & Catani M

    Journal of Neuroscience, 2020​

    Structural Variability Across the Primate Brain: A Cross-Species Comparison. Croxson PL, Forkel SJ, Cerliani L & Thiebaut de Schotten M

    Cereb Cortex 28(11):3829-3841, 2018

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