Sarah Beul
Sarah Beul
  • Research assistant
Working area

Location

W36 , 1st Floor, Room number 115
Languages
German (Mother tongue)
English

Publications

2019

Neuron density fundamentally relates to architecture and connectivity of the primate cerebral cortex
Beul S, Hilgetag C
NEUROIMAGE. 2019;189:777-792.

An architectonic type principle integrates macroscopic cortico-cortical connections with intrinsic cortical circuits of the primate brain
Hilgetag C, Beul S, van Albada S, Goulas A
Network neuroscience (Cambridge, Mass.). 2019;3(4):905-923.

2018

Comprehensive computational modelling of the development of mammalian cortical connectivity underlying an architectonic type principle
Beul S, Goulas A, Hilgetag C
PLOS COMPUT BIOL. 2018;14(11):e1006550.

2017

A Predictive Structural Model of the Primate Connectome
Beul S, Barbas H, Hilgetag C
SCI REP-UK. 2017;7:43176.

2016

The primate connectome in context: Principles of connections of the cortical visual system
Hilgetag C, Medalla M, Beul S, Barbas H
NEUROIMAGE. 2016;134:685-702.

2015

Brain activation during associative short-term memory maintenance is not predictive for subsequent retrieval
Bergmann H, Daselaar S, Beul S, Rijpkema M, Fernández G, Kessels R
FRONT HUM NEUROSCI. 2015;9:479.

A predictive model of the cat cortical connectome based on cytoarchitecture and distance
Beul S, Grant S, Hilgetag C
BRAIN STRUCT FUNCT. 2015;220(6):3167-3184.

Towards a "canonical" agranular cortical microcircuit
Beul S, Hilgetag C
FRONT NEUROANAT. 2015;8:165.

Letzte Aktualisierung aus dem FIS: 26.02.2020 - 06:53 Uhr