Janine Reis
Janine Reis
Research Group Leader, University of Freiburg, Germany
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Direct current stimulation promotes BDNF-dependent synaptic plasticity: potential implications for motor learning
B Fritsch, J Reis, K Martinowich, HM Schambra, Y Ji, LG Cohen, B Lu
Neuron 66 (2), 198-204, 2010
Noninvasive cortical stimulation enhances motor skill acquisition over multiple days through an effect on consolidation
J Reis, HM Schambra, LG Cohen, ER Buch, B Fritsch, E Zarahn, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (5), 1590-1595, 2009
Safety of transcranial direct current stimulation: evidence based update 2016
M Bikson, P Grossman, C Thomas, AL Zannou, J Jiang, T Adnan, ...
Brain stimulation 9 (5), 641-661, 2016
Contribution of transcranial magnetic stimulation to the understanding of cortical mechanisms involved in motor control
J Reis, OB Swayne, Y Vandermeeren, M Camus, MA Dimyan, ...
The Journal of physiology 586 (2), 325-351, 2008
TMS and drugs revisited 2014
U Ziemann, J Reis, P Schwenkreis, M Rosanova, A Strafella, R Badawy, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 126 (10), 1847-1868, 2015
Modulation of motor performance and motor learning by transcranial direct current stimulation
J Reis, B Fritsch
Current opinion in neurology 24 (6), 590-596, 2011
Effects of tDCS on motor learning and memory formation: a consensus and critical position paper
ER Buch, E Santarnecchi, A Antal, J Born, PA Celnik, J Classen, C Gerloff, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 128 (4), 589-603, 2017
Probing for hemispheric specialization for motor skill learning: a transcranial direct current stimulation study
HM Schambra, M Abe, DA Luckenbaugh, J Reis, JW Krakauer, LG Cohen
Journal of neurophysiology 106 (2), 652-661, 2011
Consensus:“Can tDCS and TMS enhance motor learning and memory formation?”
J Reis, E Robertson, JW Krakauer, J Rothwell, L Marshall, C Gerloff, ...
Brain stimulation 1 (4), 363, 2008
Time-but Not Sleep-Dependent Consolidation of tDCS-Enhanced Visuomotor Skills
J Reis, JT Fischer, G Prichard, C Weiller, LG Cohen, B Fritsch
Cerebral Cortex, bht208, 2013
Low-frequency rTMS of the vertex in the prophylactic treatment of migraine
M Teepker, J Htzel, N Timmesfeld, J Reis, V Mylius, A Haag, WH Oertel, ...
Cephalalgia 30 (2), 137-144, 2010
Consensus: Can transcranial direct current stimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation enhance motor learning and memory formation?
J Reis, EM Robertson, JW Krakauer, J Rothwell, L Marshall, C Gerloff, ...
Brain stimulation 1 (4), 363-369, 2008
Cerebellar direct current stimulation enhances on-line motor skill acquisition through an effect on accuracy
G Cantarero, D Spampinato, J Reis, L Ajagbe, T Thompson, K Kulkarni, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (7), 3285-3290, 2015
Direct and indirect costs of refractory epilepsy in a tertiary epilepsy center in Germany
HM Hamer, A Spottke, C Aletsee, S Knake, J Reis, A Strzelczyk, ...
Epilepsia 47 (12), 2165-2172, 2006
Sleep recalibrates homeostatic and associative synaptic plasticity in the human cortex
M Kuhn, E Wolf, JG Maier, F Mainberger, B Feige, H Schmid, J Brklin, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 12455, 2016
Motor cortex excitability in focal epilepsies not including the primary motor area—a TMS study
HM Hamer, J Reis, HH Mueller, S Knake, M Overhof, WH Oertel, ...
Brain 128 (4), 811-818, 2005
Topiramate selectively decreases intracortical excitability in human motor cortex
J Reis, F Tergau, HM Hamer, HH Mller, S Knake, B Fritsch, WH Oertel, ...
Epilepsia 43 (10), 1149-1156, 2002
Status epilepticus after stroke is associated with increased long‐term case fatality
S Knake, J Rochon, S Fleischer, N Katsarou, T Back, M Vescovi, ...
Epilepsia 47 (12), 2020-2026, 2006
Glia: a neglected player in non-invasive direct current brain stimulation
AK Gellner, J Reis, B Fritsch
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 10, 188, 2016
Effects of different electrical brain stimulation protocols on subcomponents of motor skill learning
G Prichard, C Weiller, B Fritsch, J Reis
Brain Stimulation, 2014
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