July 3, 2022

Conference proceedings

Platform oral presentations at Society for Neuroscience

2009

  • Invited speaker, Society for Neuroscience Symposium, “The cortico-cerebellar system: New insights from anatomy and functional neuroimaging”, Chicago: New Insights into Mechanisms of Learning in the Cerebellum, October 2009 (see ‘Selected Speaker Invitations’, below).

2006

  • Ramnani N et al., “Monetary reward error activates the human nucleus accumbens when contingent on behavior”
  • Balsters JH and Ramnani N, “Preparatory activity in the human premotor cortex: Comparing arbitrary and direct instructions”

2003

  • Ramnani et al., “Mapping corticocerebellar projections in the human brain: an ‘in-vivo’ diffusion imaging study.”

2002

  • Ramnani N and Miall RC, “Predicting the actions of others: An event-related fMRI study”.

2001

  • Ramnani N, Matthews PM and Miall RC, ”Delay activity in the human prefrontal and premotor cortex is modulated by the expectation of monetary rewards”.

2000

  • Ramnani N and Passingham RE, “Imaging timing error in the human brain during classical Eyeblink conditioning: an event-related fMRI study”.
  • Sakai K, Ramnani N and Passingham RE, ”Neural Correlates For Learning Of Finger Sequences And Timing Sequences”

1999

  • Ramnani N and Passingham RE, ”Learning and expectation in human eyeblink conditioning: An event-related, whole-brain fMRI study”.
Society for Neuroscience: Poster Presentations

1995

  • Ramnani N, Hardiman MJ and Yeo CH, ”Temporary inactivation of the cerebellum prevents the extinction of conditioned nictitating membrane responses”. 479.12.
  • Hardiman MJ, Ramnani N, Gilbert PFC and Yeo CH, ”Reversible inactivation of the cerebellum prevents the acquisition and extinction of conditioned nictitating membrane responses in rabbits”, 479.13.
HBM Meetings (Organisation for Human Brain Mapping)

2010

  • Lesage E, Apps MAP, Turner S and Ramnani N, “Learning-related plasticity in the cortico-cerebellar system”
  • Apps MAJ, Lesage E and Ramnani N, “Effective connectivity between the prefrontal cortex and the cerebellum changes over the timecourse of learning”
  • Apps MAP, Green R and Ramnani N, “Anterior cingulate gyrus: Monitoring others’ false-belief”

2009

  • Balsters JH and Ramnani N, “Parametric Modulation of Associative Strength: Cerebellum and Prefrontal Cortex”
  • Lesage E, Apps M, Hayter AL, Beckmann C, Barnes D, Langdon DW and Ramnani N., “Investigating Maintained Cognitive Performance in Relapsing and Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS) using Tensorial Independent Component Analysis (TICA)”
  • Apps M, Balsters JH and Ramnani N, “Anterior Cingulate Cortex and Social Cognition: Monitoring the uncertain outcomes of other’s decisions”
  • Saalmann Y, Balsters JH, Wright M and Ramnani N, “Rules, Prefrontal-Cerebellar Connectivity and Granger Causality“
  • Diedrichsen J, Balsters JH, Flavell J, Cussans E, and Ramnani N, “A probabilistic MR atlas of the human cerebellum”.

2008

  • Balsters JH and Ramnani N, “Cerebellum and Cognition: Plasticity during the automatisation of rule-based information processing”.
  • Balsters JH and Ramnani N, “Evolution of the Cerebellar Cortex: Selective expansion of prefrontal-projecting lobules”
  • Hayter AL, Langdon DW and Ramnani N, “Non-monotonic changes in the cerebellar cortex during the acquisition of skilled cognitive operations”
  • Saalmann Y, Balsters JH, Wright M and Ramnani N, “Learning rules changes connectivity between the prefrontal cortex and cerebellum”

2007

  • Balsters JH and Ramnani N, “Symbolic information activates prefrontal-projecting areas of the cerebellum” (selected for oral presentation)
  • Hayter AL, Langdon DW and Ramnani N, “Cerebellar contributions to skilled operations in verbal working memory”

2005

  • Ramnani N. and Henson R., “Modelling the BOLD impulse response: Insufficiency of canonical basis functions”

2004

  • Ramnani N, Behrens TEJ, Johansen-Berg H, Richter MC, Richter W, Pinsk MA, Kastner S, Gross CG, Robson MD, Matthews PM., “Comparing cortico-cerebellar organisation in human and macaque brains: An in-vivo diffusion imaging study”.
  • Ramnani N, Rudebeck P, Behrens TEJ, Johansen-Berg H, Matthews PM., “The organisation of prefrontal projections to the cerebellum in the human brain: An in-vivo diffusion imaging study”.
  • Zarei M, Johansen-Berg H., Ramnani N, Matthews PM, “In vivo mapping of cortical sensorimotor tracts in the human internal capsule”.

2003

  • Ramnani N and Matthews PM, “Initial learning and subsequent remapping of arbitrary visuomotor associations: An fMRI study of feedback-specific activity during conditional motor learning”. 2003.
  • Ramnani N, Alterescu K and Matthews PM, “Temporal information contributes to action preparation only when integrated with effector-specific information: A psychophysical and fMRI study”. 2003.
  • Ramnani N, Behrens TEJ, Johansen-Berg H, Woolrich MW, Smith SM, Wheeler-Kingshott CAM, Boulby PA, Barker GJ, and Matthews PM., “Mapping the organisation of cortico-pontine projections in the human brain: An ‘in-vivo’ diffusion imaging study”. 2003.
  • Rogers RD, Ramnani N, Wilson J, Jezzard P, Carter SC, Smith SM, “Distinct portions of anterior and ventral cingulate cortices are activate during separable phases of positively-framed decision making”. 2003.
  • Lau HC, Rogers RD, Ramnani N and Passingham RE, “Dorsal prefrontal activation reflects attention to the selection of actions”. 2003.
  • Lau HC, Rogers RD, Ramnani N and Passingham RE. “Does Medial Frontal Activity On Free Selection Tasks Reflect Conflict Monitoring?” 2003.
  • Smith SM, Beckmann CF, Ramnani N, Woolrich MW, Bannister PR Jenkinson M, Matthews PM and McGonigle DJ, “Intersession variability in fMRI and the effect of different analysis methods”. 2003.

2002

  • Ramnani N and Miall RC, ”Predicting the actions of others: An event-related fMRI study”. 2002.
  • Ramnani N, Johansen-Berg H, Geyer S, Mohlberg H, Smith SM, Zilles K, Matthews PM, “The human primary motor cortex: Probabilistic cytoarchitecture and function in MNI reference space”. 2002.

2001

  • Ramnani N and Passingham RE, ”Timing error in the human brain during classical eyeblink conditioning: An event-related fMRI study”, 2001. Platform presentation.
  • Ramnani N, Matthews P and Miall RC, ”Motor preparation and selection: Measuring activity during instructed delays using event-related fMRI”, 2001.

2000

  • Ramnani N, Friston KJ and Passingham RE, ”Time-dependent functional connectivity between the neocortex and the cerebellum during stimulus omission”, NeuroImage, 2000, 11(5), 815. Platform presentation
  • Ramnani N and Passingham RE, ”The timecourse of rhythm learning in the human brain”. NeuroImage, 2000, 11(5), 841.

1999

  • Ramnani N, Toni I, Josephs O, Ashburner J and Passingham RE, “Learning-related plasticity during human classical eyeblink conditioning: Whole-brain, event-related fMRI”. NeuroImage, 1999, 9(6), 980.
  • Toni I, Ramnani N, Josephs O, Ashburner J and Passingham RE, ”Learning arbitrary visuo-motor associations: NeuroImage, 1999, 9(6): 417.

1998

  • Ramnani N, Toni I, Passingham RE and Haggard P, ”Neural correlates of arm-finger coordination: A PET Study”. NeuroImage, 1998, 7(4): 977.
  • Toni I, Rushworth MFS, Ramnani N, and Passingham RE, ”Visually instructed and visually guided movements”, NeuroImage, 1998, 7(4): 980.
Other meetings
  • Ramnani N, “Reward expectation and the cognitive control of action: From electrophysiology to fMRI”, Journal of Psychophysiology, 17(2): 96-96, 2003.
  • Ramnani N, Athwal, BS and Passingham RE, ”Responses of the Human Orbitofrontal Cortex to Predicted and Unpredicted Rewards: An Event-related fMRI study”. European Journal of Neuroscience, 2000, 12, Supp. 11, pg. 89. (FENS)
  • Ramnani N and Yeo CH, “Post-trial inactivation of the cerebellar nuclei with muscimol does not impair motor learning.” Brain Research Association, Newcastle, 1996.