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Vladimir Litvak, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Physiological Systems at the UMass Medical School. He received his PhD from the Weizmann Institute of Science and completed the Post-doctoral training at the Institute for Systems Biology in the laboratory of Dr. Alan Aderem. His primary research goals are directed toward understanding the transcriptional and.
Applicants should submit 1) a CV, 2) a 1-page statement detailing why you want to do the PhD, motivation, interest and suitability for the project, 3) a copy of your strongest single piece of academic work (e.g. thesis, publication), and 4) contact details of two referees. Please ensure that each document is clearly labelled with your surname. Please send all documents to Kamlyn Ramkissoon.Vladimir Litvak's 133 research works with 4,353 citations and 12,131 reads, including: Sedation Modulates Frontotemporal Predictive Coding Circuits and the Double Surprise Acceleration Effect.I completed my PhD in November 2012 at the VU University Amsterdam under supervision of Prof. Andreas Daffertshofer. Please email me if you are interested in receiving a copy of my thesis Neural synchronization within and between regions of the motor system. After my PhD I moved to London to work with Dr. Vladimir Litvak on cross-frequency coupling. Here I looked at simultaneous MEG and LFP.
Litvak V, Zeller D, Oostenveld R, Maris E, Cohen A, Schramm A, Gentner R, Zaaroor M, Pratt H, Classen J. LTP-like changes induced by paired associative stimulation of the primary somatosensory cortex in humans: source analysis and associated changes in behaviour.Read More
Vladimir Litvak. Vladimir Litvak. The Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, Institute of Neurology, 12 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AR, UK. Google Scholar. Find this author on PubMed. Search for more papers by this author. and. Karl Friston. Karl Friston. The Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, Institute of Neurology, 12 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AR, UK. Google Scholar. Find this.Read More
Thesis. Functional and clinical relevance of oscillatory activity within cortico-basal-ganglia circuits in Parkinson’s disease. Abstract: Over the past 20 years there have been significant advances in our understanding of how synchronised neural oscillations relate to cognitive and motor processes both in health and in neurological disease. Oscillations can be considered from the point of.Read More
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Efficient summarization with polytopes, Marina Litvak and Natalia Vanetik. A. Fiori (Editor), Innovative Document Summarization Techniques: Revolutionizing Knowledge Understanding, IGI Global publication, 2013, pp. XX-YY. (2013). The problem of extractive summarization for a collection of documents is defined as the problem of selecting a small subset of sentences so that the contents and.Read More
Founded in 2008, Litvak Gallery established itself as a gallery with a focus on glass art, representing some of the leading glass artists worldwide. Among them are Dale Chihuly, Howard Ben Tre and Vaclav Cigler.Read More
Vladimir Vladimirov Visit Vladimir Vladimirov's profile on the York Research Database to: See a full list of publications; Browse activities and projects; Explore connections, collaborators, related work and more; Profile Biography. Diploma in Physics and Applied Mathematics (Novosibirsk University) PhD-Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics (Novosibirsk and Moscow) DrSci-Doctor of.Read More
Hamiltonian cycle problem, Markov decision processes and graph spectra. PhD Thesis, University of South Australia, 2009. Investigating the Hamiltonian cycle problem using Markov decision processes. Honours Thesis, University of South Australia, 2005. Collaborators Nigel Bean, The University of Adelaide. Vivek Borkar, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Vladimir Ejov, Flinders University.Read More
I also act as industrial advisor for a PhD thesis. I work and supervise projects on image computing for probe-based confocal laser endomicroscopy (pCLE). My responsibilities include the management.Read More