Maria Vasileiadi is a PhD student at the Medical University of Vienna. She works at the Center of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering (MR Physics Division) and is involved in collaborative projects with the Departments of Neurosurgery and Neurology. Her main research interests are in fMRI brain mapping and TMS brain stimulation for pre-operative language and motor mapping. Her background in Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience and Linguistics give her the ultimate foundation for interdisciplinary research. In her research she aims to bridge the gaps between cognitive science and medical physics, and to translate novel developments in basic science research to clinics.

Peer-reviewed Conference Abstracts (* Talk)

Linhardt D, Pawloff M, Woletz M, Tik M, Vasileiadi M, Ritter M, Schmidt-Erfurth U, Windischberger C. . Intra- and inter-session reproducibility of artificial scotoma pRF mapping at ultra-high fields*. 27th Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, HBM – Seoul, South Korea. 2021.

Linhardt D, Pawloff M, Hummer A, Woletz M, Tik M, Vasileiadi M, Ritter M, Schmidt-Erfurth U, Windischberger C. . Towards objective scotomata assessment using fMRI-based retinotopic mapping: a connectomic approach*. 27th Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, HBM – Seoul, South Korea. 2021.

Tik M, Vasileiadi M, Woletz M, Linhardt D, Schuler A, Windischberger C. . Brain network changes in post COVID-19 syndrome. 27th Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, HBM – Seoul, South Korea. 2021.

Tik M, Woletz M, Schuler A, Vasileiadi M, Linhardt D, Lamm C, Windischberger C. . Network Target Engagement in the Prefrontal Brain explained by Concurrent TMS/fMRI*. 27th Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, HBM – Seoul, South Korea. 2021.

Vasileiadi M, Tik M, Schuler A, Woletz M, Linhardt D, Windischberger C. . High-precision Language Mapping through Multimodal fMRI, TMS and E-field Modelling. 27th Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, HBM – Seoul, South Korea. 2021.