Nabin Koirala, Ph.D.
|PhD||Neuroscience, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany (2019)|
|MSc||Christian Albrecht University, Kiel, Germany (2014)|
|BEng||Bachelor of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal (2010)|
The moment that got me interested in neuroscience was a Brain-Computer-Interface seminar quite a while ago, where the thoughts of a volunteer sitting in front of us was being displayed in the computer. Being jaw-dropped by what I witnessed, I got tremendously curious about how brain actually works. Over the years, I am working on understanding the structural and network level alterations in the brain that occurs during various psychological and neurological disorders. And until now I have very well realized that understanding the brain is unreasonable, but I still believe that understanding these small alterations during various disorders would definitely move us into that direction.
Koirala N, Anwar A, Ciolac D, Glaser M et al. Alterations in White Matter Network and Microstructural Integrity Differentiate Parkinson’s Disease Patients and Healthy Subjects. Frontiers in aging neuroscience 2019.
Fleischer V§, Koirala N§, Droby A, Gracien R, et al. Longitudinal cortical network reorganization in early relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis. Therapeutic advances in neurological disorders 2019. (§ - Equal contribution).
Muthuraman M, Raethjen J, Koirala N, Anwar A, et al. Cerebello-cortical network fingerprints differ among essential, Parkinson and mimicked tremors. Brain 2018.
Koirala N, Fleischer V, Glaser M, Zeuner KE, et al. Frontal Lobe Connectivity and Network Community Characteristics are Associated with the Outcome of Subthalamic Nucleus Deep Brain Stimulation in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Brain topography, 2017.
Muthuraman M, Deuschl G, Koirala N, Riedel C, et al. Effects of DBS in parkinsonian patients depend on the structural integrity of frontal cortex. Scientific reports 2017.