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Director of the Institute of Systems Neuroscience

Prof. Dr. Simon B. Eickhoff
Institute of Systems Neuroscience
40225 Düsseldorf
Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-7)
Research Center Jülich
52425 Jülich

Research Interests
  • Methods development for coordinate-based meta-analyses of functional neuroimaging data and neuroinformatics approaches towards database-driven analyses and integration
  • Organizational principles of the human brain, in particular the relationship between its regional specialization into distinct modules and functional integration
  • Multi-modal analyses, integration and comparison of different approaches towards structural, functional and effective connectivity
  • Brain mechanisms and processes underlying sensory-motor transformation, higher order action control including attention and social-emotional processing
  • Machine-learning approaches for the individual prediction of cognitive, affective and clinical phenotypes from neuroimaging data
  • Translational research on the systems biology of pathophysiological processes underlying neurological and psychiatric disorders
Selected Publications
  1. McTeague LM, Huemer J, Carreon DM, Jiang Y, Eickhoff SB*, Etkin A*. Identification of Common Neural Circuit Disruptions in Cognitive Control Across Psychiatric Disorders. American Journal of Psychiatry, 174(7):676-685 (2017) undefinedPubMed
  2. Genon S, Lie H, Fan L, Müller VI, Cieslik EC, Hoffstaedter F, Reid AT, Langner R, Grefkes C, Fox PT, Moebus S, Caspers S, Amunts K, Jiang T, Eickhoff SB. The right dorsal premotor mosaic: organization, functions, and connectivity. Cerebral Cortex, 27(3):2095-2110 (2017) undefinedPubMed
  3. Nichols TE, Das S, Eickhoff SB, Evans AC, Glatard T, Hanke M, Kriegeskorte N, Milham MP, Poldrack RA, Poline JB, Proal E, Thirion B, van Essen DC, White T, Yeo T. Best Practices in Data Analysis and Sharing in Neuroimaging using MRI. Nature Neuroscience, 20(3):299-303 (2017) undefinedPubMed
  4. Müller VI, Cieslik EC, Serbanescu I, Laird AR, Fox PT, Eickhoff SB. Altered Brain Activity in Unipolar Depression Revisited: Meta-analyses of Neuroimaging Studies. JAMA Psychiatry, 74(1):47-55 (2017) undefinedPubMed
  5. Cortese S, Castellanos FX, Eickhoff CR, D'Acunto G, Masi G, Fox PT, Laird AR, Eickhoff SB. Functional Decoding and Meta-analytic Connectivity Modeling in Adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Biol Psychiatry. 80(12):896-904 (2016) undefinedPubMed
  6. Yeo BT, Eickhoff SB. Systems neuroscience: A modern map of human cerebral cortex. Nature, 536(7615):152-4 (2016) undefinedPubMed
  7. Eickhoff SB, Etkin A. Going beyond finding the “lesion”: a path for maturation of neuroimaging. American Journal of Psychiatry, 173(3):302-3 (2016) undefinedPubMed
  8. Bludau S, Bzdok D, Gruber O, Kohn N, Riedl V, Sorg C, Palomero-Gallagher N, Müller VI, Hoffstaedter F, Amunts K, Eickhoff SB. Medial prefrontal aberrations in major depressive disorder revealed by cytoarchitectonically informed voxel-based morphometry. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1;173(3):291-8 (2016) undefinedPubMed
  9. Goodkind M*, Eickhoff SB*, Oathes D, Jiang Y, Chang A, Jones-Hagata L, Ortega BN, Zaiko YV, Roach EL, Korgaonkar MS, Grieve SM, Galatzer-Levy I, Fox PT, Etkin A. Identification of a common neurobiological substrate for mental illness. JAMA Psychiatry, 72(4):305-15 (2015) undefinedPubMed
  10. Fox PT, Lancaster JL, Laird AR, Eickhoff SB. Meta-analysis in Human Neuroimaging: Computational Modeling of Large-Scale Databases. Annual Reviews in Neuroscience, 37:409-34 (2014) undefinedPubMed
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