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Mari Herigstad
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Physiology + MRI
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Book recommendations on my blog
Great science writing
Great science writing
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Following my list of resources for fresh neuroscientists, I figured I’d share something for those interested in exploring neuroscience but not quite ready to pick up a textbook, namely neurocomic.

Neurocomic is a Wellcome Trust supported project that aims to explain neuroscience ideas to a lay audience using comics...
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A short list of MRI resources for new (and old) neuroscientists.
Resources for new neuroscientists
Resources for new neuroscientists
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New blog post on high-field MRI
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Short how-to on my blog, partly to keep an online reference for myself.
The wiring of DIN plugs
The wiring of DIN plugs
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Reblog of a post over at the Female Scientist. Suggestions on how to learn to stop worrying and love the Q/A session.
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Blog post on our recent paper on breathlessness processing in chronic breathing disorders. "Breathing with your Brain" at Oxford University science blog.

Paper here: http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/50/3/1701029

Herigstad, Faull, Hayen, Evans, Hardinge, Wiech and Pattinson ERJ 2017 50: 1701029; DOI: 10.1183/13993003.01029-2017
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Short post on art in the sciences, or science in the arts.
Art+Science
Art+Science
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Our new paper is out in ERJ. This work suggests a way for us to improve pulmonary rehabilitation treatment for breathlessness in COPD by focusing on re-learning so-called priors (previous experiences leading to expectation), either by using drugs or alternative behavioural therapies. It may also mean that we could use MRI as a way of developing behavioural tests for figuring out who will benefit the most and in which way from treatment.

Link: http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/50/3/1701029
Pulmonary rehab: changing the signal
Pulmonary rehab: changing the signal
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