Stefan Geyer mainly investigates Neuroscience, Anatomy, Somatosensory system, Cytoarchitecture and Human brain. The various areas that Stefan Geyer examines in his Neuroscience study include Premotor cortex and Right hemisphere. Within one scientific family, Stefan Geyer focuses on topics pertaining to Brain mapping under Anatomy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Cortical map, Brain region, Functional imaging and Inferior parietal cortex.
His study on Postcentral gyrus is often connected to Population as part of broader study in Somatosensory system. His Cytoarchitecture research incorporates elements of Image resolution, Mahalanobis distance, Feature vector and Euclidean distance. His research investigates the connection between Human brain and topics such as Cortex that intersect with problems in Brain tissue, Myelin, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Lobe.
His primary areas of study are Neuroscience, Anatomy, Somatosensory system, Cytoarchitecture and Cerebral cortex. By researching both Neuroscience and Primary motor cortex, Stefan Geyer produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Anatomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Postcentral gyrus, Receptor and Voxel.
His study in Somatosensory system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Somatosensory evoked potential and Postcentral sulcus. He has researched Cerebral cortex in several fields, including Precentral gyrus and Neuroimaging. His work carried out in the field of Cortex brings together such families of science as Myelin and Visual cortex.
Stefan Geyer focuses on Segmentation, Anatomy, Neuroscience, High resolution and Myelin. His Segmentation study incorporates themes from Automated algorithm, Broca's region and Mr images. He interconnects CLARITY, Resolution, Medulla oblongata and Corticospinal tract in the investigation of issues within Anatomy.
His research in Neuroscience is mostly concerned with Brain mapping. His Brain mapping research integrates issues from Cerebral cortex, Normalization and Cortex. His studies in Myelin integrate themes in fields like White matter and Nuclear magnetic resonance.
Stefan Geyer spends much of his time researching Neuroscience, Segmentation, Brain mapping, Postmortem brain and Human brain. Stefan Geyer conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Neuroscience and Cartography through his works. Stefan Geyer has included themes like Parietal lobe, Intensity and Correlation in his Segmentation study.
His research in Brain mapping intersects with topics in Cerebral cortex, Myelin and Cortex. Stefan Geyer combines subjects such as Brodmann area, Brain segmentation and Cytoarchitecture with his study of Cortex. The study incorporates disciplines such as Voxel, Tissue bank and Histology in addition to Human brain.
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Imagery of voluntary movement of fingers, toes, and tongue activates corresponding body-part-specific motor representations
H. Henrik Ehrsson;Stefan Geyer;Eiichi Naito.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2003)
Two different areas within the primary motor cortex of man
Stefan Geyer;Anders Ledberg;Axel Schleicher;Shigeo Kinomura.
Areas 3a, 3b, and 1 of Human Primary Somatosensory Cortex: 1. Microstructural Organization and Interindividual Variability
Stefan Geyer;Axel Schleicher;Karl Zilles.
The human inferior parietal cortex: Cytoarchitectonic parcellation and interindividual variability
Svenja Caspers;Stefan Geyer;Axel Schleicher;Hartmut Mohlberg.
Functional neuroanatomy of the primate isocortical motor system.
Stefan Geyer;Massimo Matelli;Giuseppe Luppino;Karl Zilles.
Anatomy and Embryology (2000)
Myelin and iron concentration in the human brain: A quantitative study of MRI contrast
Carsten Stüber;Markus Morawski;Markus Morawski;Andreas Schäfer;Christian Labadie;Christian Labadie.
Areas 3a, 3b, and 1 of Human Primary Somatosensory Cortex: 2. Spatial Normalization to Standard Anatomical Space
Stefan Geyer;Thorsten Schormann;Hartmut Mohlberg;Karl Zilles.
Observer-Independent Method for Microstructural Parcellation of Cerebral Cortex: A Quantitative Approach to Cytoarchitectonics
A. Schleicher;K. Amunts;S. Geyer;P. Morosan.
Human somatosensory area 2: observer-independent cytoarchitectonic mapping, interindividual variability, and population map.
Christian Grefkes;Stefan Geyer;Thorsten Schormann;Per E. Roland.
The human inferior parietal lobule in stereotaxic space
Svenja Caspers;Simon B Eickhoff;Stefan Geyer;Filip Scheperjans.
Brain Structure & Function (2008)
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