Rik Achten
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Main areas of research:
Brain Physiology and Pathophysiology
Interests/keywords:
Epilepsy, migraine
Current title/position:
Director of GIfMI
Collaborators:
Pieter Vandemaele, Benedicte Descamps, Harmen Reyngoudt, Leslie Vlerick, Karel Deblaere, Sam Lapeire, Marjan Acou.
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://www.gifmi.be
Publications:
See website and http://imaging.ugent.be/mr/r88.html

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At 6:00am on August 8, 2011, Professor Jafri Malin Abdullah said…

Dear Prof Achten,Same dream here with the MEG,3TfMRI,128 Channel EEG,molecular lab.animal behavior lab,electrophysiology patch clamp lab,the only University based training center for neurosurgeons and neurologist for Malaysia,MSc Neuroscience and Doctor of  Neuroscience,we have formed a One stop center called the Brain Mind Nexus consisting of signal engineers,neurophysiologist,psychologist,cognitive scientists,medicinal chemist,pharmacists,animal behaviour scientists,molecular neuroscientists,physicists and biomedical engineers unfortunately all very young(3 years post PhD) but hard working,our University Science Malaysia becoming an APEX(accelerated Programme for Excellence) like In Germany where publication,KPI,KIP,Phd students impact factor journals more than 2.5 at least is the rule of the academic jungle.Either we loose our hair,have the whole head intact with hair but white aging hair or we all need antihypertensives and automatic pacemakers attached to our hearts.

We will try to catch up with Ghent.

At 9:44am on August 6, 2011, Professor Jafri Malin Abdullah said…

Dear Prof Achten,How is life in Ghent?We just received delivery of our 3T functional MRI Philips.2 years ago we bought our MEG.Trying to catch up with Ghent and the developed world in research.

Dr Jafri Abdullah

Dept Of Neurosciences

University Sains Malaysia

 

 
 
 

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