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Tobias Staudigl

Prof. Dr. Tobias Staudigl

GSN associate faculty


Cognitive Neuropsychology
Department of Psychology
Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
Leopoldstr. 13
D-80802 Munich


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Research focus: The research of our group focuses on the neural mechanisms of memory and navigation in humans during sleep and wake, using a multimodal approach with an emphasis on invasive and non-invasive electrophysiology. In particular, we are interested in the role of the thalamus in these cognitive processes, which we are investigating in an ERC StG funded project focused on human intracranial recordings.

Selected publications:

Schreiner, T., Doeller, C. F., Jensen, O., Rasch, B., & Staudigl, T. (2018). Theta phase-coordinated memory reactivation reoccurs in a slow-oscillatory rhythm during NREM sleep. Cell Reports, 25(2), 296-301.

Staudigl, T., Leszczynski, M., Jacobs, J., Sheth, S. A., Schroeder, C. E., Jensen, O., & Doeller, C. F. (2018). Hexadirectional Modulation of High-Frequency Electrophysiological Activity in the Human Anterior Medial Temporal Lobe Maps Visual Space. Curr Biol, 28(20)

Staudigl, T., Hartl, E., Noachtar, S., Doeller, C. F., & Jensen, O. (2017). Saccades are phase-locked to alpha oscillations in the occipital and medial temporal lobe during successful memory encoding. PLoS Biol, 15(12), e2003404.

Leszczynski, M., & Staudigl, T. (2016). Memory-guided attention in the anterior thalamus. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 66, 163-165.

Staudigl, T., & Hanslmayr, S. (2013). Theta oscillations at encoding mediate the context-dependent nature of human episodic memory. Curr Biol, 23(12), 1101-1106.