Anna Sadnicka
Anna Sadnicka
Senior Research Fellow, Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit
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Non-invasive cerebellar stimulation—a consensus paper
G Grimaldi, GP Argyropoulos, A Boehringer, P Celnik, MJ Edwards, ...
The Cerebellum 13, 121-138, 2014
Physical precipitating factors in functional movement disorders
I PareÚs, M Kojovic, C Pires, I Rubio-Agusti, TA Saifee, A Sadnicka, ...
Journal of the neurological sciences 338 (1-2), 174-177, 2014
Cerebellar modulation of human associative plasticity
M Hamada, G Strigaro, N Murase, A Sadnicka, JM Galea, MJ Edwards, ...
The Journal of physiology 590 (10), 2365-2374, 2012
The cerebellum in dystonia–help or hindrance?
A Sadnicka, BS Hoffland, KP Bhatia, BP Van De Warrenburg, MJ Edwards
Clinical Neurophysiology 123 (1), 65-70, 2012
Functional (psychogenic) symptoms in Parkinson's disease
I PareÚs, TA Saifee, M Kojovic, P Kassavetis, I Rubio‐Agusti, A Sadnicka, ...
Movement Disorders 28 (12), 1622-1627, 2013
A unifying motor control framework for task-specific dystonia
A Sadnicka, K Kornysheva, JC Rothwell, MJ Edwards
Nature Reviews Neurology 14 (2), 116-124, 2018
Cerebellar stimulation fails to modulate motor cortex plasticity in writing dystonia
A Sadnicka, M Hamada, KP Bhatia, JC Rothwell, MJ Edwards
Movement Disorders 29 (10), 1304-1307, 2014
Task-specific dystonia: pathophysiology and management
A Sadnicka, P Kassavetis, I PareÚs, AM Meppelink, K Butler, M Edwards
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 87 (9), 968-974, 2016
The neurophysiological features of myoclonus-dystonia and differentiation from other dystonias
T Popa, P Milani, A Richard, C Hubsch, V Brochard, C Tranchant, ...
JAMA neurology 71 (5), 612-619, 2014
Failure of explicit movement control in patients with functional motor symptoms
I PareÚs, P Kassavetis, TA Saifee, A Sadnicka, M Davare, KP Bhatia, ...
Movement Disorders 28 (4), 517-523, 2013
‘Jumping to conclusions’ bias in functional movement disorders
I PareÚs, P Kassavetis, TA Saifee, A Sadnicka, KP Bhatia, A Fotopoulou, ...
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 83 (4), 460-463, 2012
Neural competitive queuing of ordinal structure underlies skilled sequential action
K Kornysheva, D Bush, SS Meyer, A Sadnicka, G Barnes, N Burgess
Neuron 101 (6), 1166-1180. e3, 2019
All in the blink of an eye: new insight into cerebellar and brainstem function in DYT 1 and DYT 6 dystonia
A Sadnicka, JT Teo, M Kojovic, I PareÚs, TA Saifee, P Kassavetis, ...
European journal of neurology 22 (5), 762-767, 2015
A reflection on plasticity research in writing dystonia
A Sadnicka, M Hamada, KP Bhatia, JC Rothwell, MJ Edwards
Movement Disorders 29 (8), 980-987, 2014
Normal motor adaptation in cervical dystonia: a fundamental cerebellar computation is intact
A Sadnicka, B Patani, TA Saifee, P Kassavetis, I PareÚs, P Korlipara, ...
The Cerebellum 13, 558-567, 2014
Pallidal stimulation for cervical dystonia does not correct abnormal temporal discrimination
A Sadnicka, O Kimmich, C Pisarek, D Ruge, J Galea, P Kassavetis, ...
Movement Disorders 28 (13), 1874-1877, 2013
Rituximab in the treatment of three coexistent neurological autoimmune diseases: chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy, Morvan syndrome and myasthenia gravis
A Sadnicka, MM Reilly, C Mummery, S Brandner, N Hirsch, MPT Lunn
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 82 (2), 230-232, 2011
Consensus paper: novel directions and next steps of non-invasive brain stimulation of the cerebellum in health and disease
M Manto, GPD Argyropoulos, T Bocci, PA Celnik, LA Corben, M Guidetti, ...
The Cerebellum, 1-31, 2021
Reduced drift rate: a biomarker of impaired information processing in functional movement disorders
A Sadnicka, C Daum, AM Meppelink, S Manohar, M Edwards
Brain 143 (2), 674-683, 2020
Tremor in Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease: no evidence of cerebellar dysfunction
TA Saifee, I PareÚs, P Kassavetis, D Kaski, AM Bronstein, JC Rothwell, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 126 (9), 1817-1824, 2015
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