zum Inhalt

Richard FRACKOWIAK Head, Department of Clinical Neurosciences and Co-Director, Human Brain Project, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Université de Lausanne

CV

2005-2009 Directeur, DEC - Departement des sciences cognitives, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris
2002-2009 Vice-Provost, UCL - University College London
1998-2002 Dean & Director, UCL Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London
1994-2009 Foundation Professor of Cognitive Neurology, University College London

Mitgliedschaften

Academia Europaea, Member, 1999
Academy of Medical Sciences, UK, former Council Member & Founding Fellow, 2000
Institute of Medicine, Foreign Associate Member, American Academies of Science, 2009
Corresponding Foreign Member, PAN - Polish Academy of Sciences, 2013

Publikationen

Paulesu E., Frith C.D., Frackowiak R.S.J.: The neural correlates of the verbal component of working memory. Nature 362, 1993, 342-345
Klöppel S., Stonnington C.M., Chu C., Draganski B., Scahill R.I., Rohrer J.D., Fox N.C., Jack C.R. Jr, Ashburner J., Frackowiak R.S.J.: Automatic classification of MR scans in Alzheimer's disease. Brain 131, 2008, 681-9
Frackowiak R.S.J., Friston K.J., Frith C.D., Dolan R.J., Price C., Zeki S., Ashburner J., Penney W.: Human Brain Function, 2nd edition, Academic Press, 2004, 1-1181
Draganski B., Ashburner J., Hutton C., Kherif F., Frackowiak R.S.J., Helms G., Weiskopf N.: Regional specificity of MRI contrast parameter changes in normal ageing revealed by voxel-based quantification (VBQ), NeuroImage, 55, 2011, 1423-1434

Auszeichnungen

Klaus Joachim Zulch Prize (jointly with N Logothetis) from the Max Planck Society and Gertrude Reemtsma Foundation citing broad influence on the field of neuroimaging, 2004
Docteur honoris causa University of Liege, 1999
Ipsen Prize for neuroplasticity (jointly with M. Merzenich and A. Damasio) from the Foundation Ipsen citing studies on the organization of cortical maps and their plasticity, 1997
Wilhelm Feldberg Prize awarded by the Feldberg Foundation, 1996
Klaus Joachim Zulch Prize (jointly with N Logothetis) from the Max Planck Society and Gertrude Reemtsma Foundation citing broad influence on the field of neuroimaging, 2004
Docteur honoris causa University of Liege, 1999
Ipsen Prize for neuroplasticity (jointly with M. Merzenich and A. Damasio) from the Foundation Ipsen citing studies on the organization of cortical maps and their plasticity, 1997
Wilhelm Feldberg Prize awarded by the Feldberg Foundation, 1996