Graduate Student/Ph.D. candidate, Stanford, Psychology, 2015 - Present (Ph.D. Expected 2020)
Education & Prior Positions:
Research Assistant, Brain Innovation, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2014-2015 M.Sc., Cognitive Neuroscience, Maastricht University, cum laude, 2012-2014 B.Sc., Psychology, Maastricht University, 2009-2012
Scientific interests & short bio:
Mona is a graduate student in the Visual Perception and Neuroscience Lab (Department of Psychology) at Stanford University, advised by Kalanit Grill-Spector (dissertation advisor) and Kevin Weiner (mentor). Her work focuses on the relationship between functional representations of visual categories and behavioral categorization, as well as the underlying cytoarchitectonics.
- Rosenke, M., Davidenko, N., Grill-Spector, K., Weiner, K. S. (In Prep). Differential neural responses in high-level visual cortex explain categorization behavior.
- Rosenke, M., Weiner, K. S., Barnett, M., Zilles, K., Goebel, R., Grill-Spector, K. (2017). A cross-validated cytoarchitectonic atlas of the human ventral visual stream. NeuroImage.
- Rosenke, M., Weiner, K. S., Barnett, M., Zilles, K., Goebel, R., Grill-Spector, K. (2017). Data on a cytoarchitectonic brain atlas: effects of brain template and a comparison to a multimodal atlas. Data in Brief.
- Krause, F., Benjamins, C., Luehrs, M., Eck, J., Noirhomme, Q., Rosenke, M., Brunheim, S., Sorger B., Goebel, R. (2017) Real-time fMRI-based self-regulation of brain activation across different visual feedback presentations. Brain Computer Interfaces.
- Eck*, J., Noirhomme*, Q., Rosenke*, M., Krause, F., Benjamins, C., Luehrs, M., Brunheim, S., Goebel, R. (in revision). Self-regulation of a functional network using network connectivity and network activation during real-time fMRI. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.