Jan-Willem Thielen

Jan-Willem Thielen, PhD

Scientist



Room: OG 0.14
Phone: +49 201 183-6063
Email: j.thielen@donders.ru.nl
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Publications (8)

  • Thielen J, S Gancheva, D Hong, SR Rankouhi, B Chen, M Apostolopoulou, E Anadol-Schmitz, M Roden, DG Norris, I Tendolkar, Higher GABA concentration in the medial prefrontal cortex of Type 2 diabetes patients is associated with episodic memory dysfunction., Human brain mapping (2019)
  • Hong D, JJAv Asten, SR Rankouhi, J Thielen, DG Norris, Effect of linewidth on estimation of metabolic concentration when using water lineshape spectral model fitting for single voxel proton spectroscopy at 7 T., Journal of magnetic resonance (San Diego, Calif. : 1997) (2019)
  • Hong D, SR Rankouhi, J Thielen, JJAv Asten, DG Norris, A comparison of sLASER and MEGA-sLASER using simultaneous interleaved acquisition for measuring GABA in the human brain at 7T., PloS one (2019)
  • Hong D, JJAv Asten, SR Rankouhi, J Thielen, DG Norris, Implications of the magnetic susceptibility difference between grey and white matter for single-voxel proton spectroscopy at 7 T., Journal of magnetic resonance (San Diego, Calif. : 1997) (2018)
  • Thielen J, D Hong, SR Rankouhi, J Wiltfang, G Fernández, DG Norris, I Tendolkar, The increase in medial prefrontal glutamate/glutamine concentration during memory encoding is associated with better memory performance and stronger functional connectivity in the human medial prefrontal-thalamus-hippocampus network., Human brain mapping (2018)
  • Thielen J, C Kärgel, BW Müller, I Rasche, J Genius, B Bus, S Maderwald, DG Norris, J Wiltfang, I Tendolkar, Aerobic Activity in the Healthy Elderly Is Associated with Larger Plasticity in Memory Related Brain Structures and Lower Systemic Inflammation., Frontiers in aging neuroscience (2016)
  • Thielen J, A Takashima, F Rutters, I Tendolkar, G Fernández, Transient relay function of midline thalamic nuclei during long-term memory consolidation in humans., Learning & memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.) (2015)
  • Dongen Ev, J Thielen, A Takashima, M Barth, G Fernández, Sleep supports selective retention of associative memories based on relevance for future utilization., PloS one (2012)
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