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Curriculum vitae

CURRICULUM VITAE
Nationality Greek Present Academic status Lab. Functional Brain Imaging, Dept. Basic Sciences, Division of Medicine, School of Health Sciences, Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Foundation for Research and Technology, Hellas, Fax: +30-2810-394806 and +30-2810-391801
EDUCATION
1968 – 1974
University of Athens, Greece, Undergraduate, School of Medicine. Two 6-month courses in experimental psychology. Graduate, Department of Biochemistry, School of Medicine. Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences, National Institutes of Mental Health, Bethesda, Md., USA. Four 6-month courses in biochemistry, neurochemistry, psychiatry, The George Washington University, Washington DC., USA. One 6-month course in computer application.
DEGREES AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
1975
Medical Degree, University of Athens, Greece. Doctorate degree in basic medical sciences, University of Athens, Greece. Licensed by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission as "authorized user" of radiation sources.
MEMBERSHIPS

• International Brain Res. Organization. • International Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism.
PROFESSIONAL HISTORY
1972 - 1976
Research Assistant, Dept of Biological Chemistry, Athens University, School Research Fellow, Department of Psychobiology, Jan. - April 1976 Research Fellow, Department of Anaesthesiology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York City, USA. Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Laboratory of Cerebral Metabolism, National Institutes of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA. Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Wellcome Surgical Institute, University of Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Group NB-INSERM u.114, College de France. Associate Professor (tenure) of Physiology, Medical School, University of 1987 – 1988, 1990 – 1991 and 2001-2002 Director of the Dept. of Basic Sciences, Medical School, University of Crete. 1990 – present Full Professor (tenure) of Physiology, Medical School, University of Crete, Greece. Teaching undergraduate medical students courses on Physiology and undergraduate as well as graduate students a course on Basic Neuroscience. 1994 – present Joint Appointment, Computational Neuroscience group of the Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics of the Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH-IACM). Director of the Inter-Departmental Graduate Program in “Brain and Mind Sciences”. Website:
AWARDS-GRANTS
Six years Undergraduate Fellowship from the Papadakis Foundation, Postgraduate Research Fellowship from the Medical School of Sao Paulo, Brazil, to work for two months at the Dept. of Psychobiology. Postgraduate Research Fellowship from the College of Physicians and Three years Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from the National Institutes of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, USA, to work at the Laboratory of Cerebral One year Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from the Wellcome Trust, to work at the Wellcome Surgical Institute, Glasgow University, UK. One year Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from the Institut National de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale, to work at the College de France: Groupe Two 6-months Postdoctoral Research Fellowships from the European Science Foundation and the Fondation Fyssen, to continue working at the College de One year Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from the Ministere Francais des Relations Exterieures to continue working at the College de France. "Cadre Position I" at Pharmuka-Labs., functioning as Research Consultant, while continue working at College de France: Groupe NB-INSERM U114. Oct. - Jan. 1987 Appointment to the Faculty of the Johns Hopkins University as "Visiting Scientist" in Neuroscience with Fulbright travelling scholarship. Principal Investigator, Grant 8745012/004 from the Greek Ministry of National Six months sabbatical from the University of Crete”: Three months: Collaboration with Prof. M.-J. Besson at the Institut des Neurosciences, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI). Three months: Appointment to the National Institutes of Mental Health as " Visiting Scientist" to work with Dr. L. Sokoloff at the Laboratory of Cerebral Principal Investigator, Grant 86ΕΔ856 from the Greek General Secretariat of Principal Coordinator, ERASMUS Grant ICP-88-0008-G from the European Community. June - Aug. 1989 Appointment to the National Institutes of Mental Health as "Visiting Scientist" to work with Dr. L. Sokoloff at the Laboratoey of Cerebral Metabolism, NIH, Principal Investigator, Grant AÐ 2426 15/2/89 from the GGSRT and the Co-investigator, Grant 87 ΕΔ 34 from the GGSRT. Principal investigator, Grant EO31, Greek Ministry of Health. Principal Coordinator, ERASMUS Grant ICP-90-G-0068 from the European Principal Investigator, Grant 89 ΕΔ401 from the GGSRT. Principal Investigator, Grant from the European Community concerning the “Development of a neurophysiological unit in the Medical School of the Principal Investigator, Grant 91EÄ863 from the GGSRT. Principal Investigator, Grant from the European Community: ERB4050PL 920809 Human Capital and Mobility (Fellowship Network, cooperation with Principal Investigator, Grant from the European Community: ERBCHRXCT 930266 Human Capital and Mobility (Grant Network, cooperation with France Principal Investigator, Grant 95 ΕΔ24 from the GGSRT $ 20 000 Expert Contractor for BIOMED-2 Programme Monitoring (European Expert Contractor for Evaluation of Projects Fifth Framework (European “Neuroscience”, Greek Ministry of Education $ 750 000. Co-Investigator, BIOTECH (European Commision- BIO4-CT98-0546 Principal-Investigator, Human Frontier Science Program (RG0039/1998-B) Coordinator, Grant from the GGSRT $ 80 000 Expert Contractor for Monitoring of the Quality of Life Programme (European Principal-Investigator, Fifth Framework Quality of Life Programme (European Commission- Directorate General XII, QLRT-2001-00746) 185 000 € Principal Investigator, Grant 01EΔ111 from the GGSRT 122000 € Co-Investigator, Grant 03EΔ803 from the GGSRT 117000 € Coordinator, Sixth Framework IST-027574 648000 € European Research Council referee in peer review evaluations Expert Contractor for the Seventh Research Framework Programme.
PUBLICATIONS
A. Articles in peer-reviewed journals
1. Savaki HE. How do we understand the actions of others? By mental simulation, NOT
mirroring. Cognitive Critique, 2: 99-140, 2010. 2. Kilintari M, Raos V, Savaki HE Grasping in the dark activates early visual cortices. Cereb
3. Stamos AV, Savaki HE, Raos V. The spinal substrate of the suppression of action during
action observation. J. Neurosci. 30:11605-11, 2010. 4. Savaki HE, Gregoriou GG, Bakola S, Raos V, Moschovakis AK. 2009. The place code of
saccade metrics in the lateral bank of the intraparietal sulcus. J. Neurosci.30:1118-1127, 2010. 5. Evangeliou MN, Raos V, Galletti C, and Savaki HE. Functional imaging of the parietal
cortex during action execution and observation. Cereb Cortex 19: 624-639, 2009.
6. Raos V, Evangeliou MN, and Savaki HE. Mental simulation of action in the service of action
perception. J Neurosci 27: 12675-12683, 2007. 7. Bakola S, Gregoriou GG, Moschovakis AK, Raos V, and Savaki HE. Saccade-related
information in the superior temporal motion complex: quantitative functional mapping in the monkey. J Neurosci 27: 2224-2229, 2007. 8. Bakola S, Gregoriou GG, Moschovakis AK, and Savaki HE. Functional imaging of the
intraparietal cortex during saccades to visual and memorized targets. Neuroimage 31: 1637-1649, 2006. 9. Gregoriou GG, Luppino G, Matelli M, and Savaki HE. Frontal cortical areas of the monkey
brain engaged in reaching behavior: a 14C-deoxyglucose imaging study. Neuroimage 27: 442-464, 2005. 10. Raos V, Evangeliou MN, and Savaki HE. Observation of action: grasping with the mind's
hand. Neuroimage 23: 193-201, 2004. 11. Moschovakis AK, Gregoriou GG, Ugolini G, Doldan M, Graf W, Guldin W, Hadjidimitrakis K, and Savaki HE. Oculomotor areas of the primate frontal lobes: a transneuronal transfer of
rabies virus and [14C]-2-deoxyglucose functional imaging study. J Neurosci 24: 5726-5740,
2004.
12. Gregoriou GG, and Savaki HE. When vision guides movement: a functional imaging study of
the monkey brain. Neuroimage 19: 959-967, 2003. 13. Moschovakis AK, Gregoriou GG, and Savaki HE. Functional imaging of the primate superior
colliculus during saccades to visual targets. Nat Neurosci 4: 1026-1031, 2001. 14. Gregoriou GG, and Savaki HE. The intraparietal cortex: subregions involved in fixation,
saccades, and in the visual and somatosensory guidance of reaching. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 21: 671-682, 2001. 15. Savaki HE. Sokoloff's 14C-deoxyglucose method. Brain Res Bull 50: 405-407, 1999.
16. Savaki HE, and Dalezios Y. 14C-deoxyglucose mapping of the monkey brain during reaching
to visual targets. Prog Neurobiol 58: 473-540, 1999. 17. Dalezios Y, Gregoriou GG, and Savaki HE. Metabolic activity patterns in the monkey visual
cortex as revealed by spectral analysis. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 19: 401-416, 1999. 18. Savaki HE, Raos VC, and Dalezios Y. Spatial cortical patterns of metabolic activity in
monkeys performing a visually guided reaching task with one forelimb. Neuroscience 76: 1007-1034, 1997. 19. Savaki HE, Kennedy C, Sokoloff L, and Mishkin M. Visually guided reaching with the
forelimb contralateral to a "blind" hemisphere in the monkey: contribution of the cerebellum. Neuroscience 75: 143-159, 1996. 20. Dalezios Y, Raos VC, and Savaki HE. Metabolic activity pattern in the motor and
somatosensory cortex of monkeys performing a visually guided reaching task with one forelimb. Neuroscience 72: 325-333, 1996. 21. Raos VC, Dermon CR, and Savaki HE. Functional anatomy of the thalamic centrolateral
nucleus as revealed with the [14C]deoxyglucose method following electrical stimulation and electrolytic lesion. Neuroscience 68: 299-313, 1995. 22. Raos VC, and Savaki HE. Functional anatomy of the thalamic reticular nucleus as revealed
with the [14C]deoxyglucose method following electrical stimulation and electrolytic lesion. Neuroscience 68: 287-297, 1995. 23. Tzagournissakis M, Dermon CR, and Savaki HE. Functional metabolic mapping of the rat
brain during unilateral electrical stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 14: 132-144, 1994. 24. Savaki HE, Kennedy C, Sokoloff L, and Mishkin M. Visually guided reaching with the
forelimb contralateral to a "blind" hemisphere: a metabolic mapping study in monkeys. J Neurosci 13: 2772-2789, 1993. 25. Savaki HE, Raos VC, and Dermon CR. Bilateral cerebral metabolic effects of
pharmacological manipulation of the substantia nigra in the rat: unilateral intranigral application of the inhibitory GABAA receptor agonist muscimol. Neuroscience 50: 781-794, 1992. 26. Dermon CR, Tzagournissakis M, and Savaki HE. Bilateral cerebral metabolic effects of
pharmacological manipulation of the substantia nigra in the rat: unilateral intranigral application of the putative excitatory neurotransmitter substance P. Neuroscience 50: 795-809, 1992. 27. Dermon CR, Pizarro P, Georgopoulos P, and Savaki HE. Bilateral alterations in local cerebral
glucose utilization following intranigral application of the GABAergic agonist muscimol. J Neurosci 10: 2861-2878, 1990. 28. Savaki HE, Pizarro P, Dermon C, and Arsenis S. Deoxyglucose analysis of the specific
topographic functional interrelations between substantia nigra and globus pallidus. Brain Res Bull 21: 855-863, 1988. 29. Girault JA, Spampinato U, Savaki HE, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. In vivo release of
[3H]gamma-aminobutyric acid in the rat neostriatum--I. Characterization and topographical heterogeneity of the effects of dopaminergic and cholinergic agents. Neuroscience 19: 1101-1108, 1986. 30. Spampinato U, Girault JA, Danguir J, Savaki HE, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. Apomorphine
and haloperidol effects on striatal 3H-dopamine release in anesthetized, awake restrained and freely moving rats. Brain Res Bull 16: 161-166, 1986. 31. Savaki HE, Girault JA, Spampinato U, Truong NA, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. Release of
newly synthesized 3H-dopamine in the striatum: an adaptation of the push-pull cannula method to awake restrained and anesthetized rats. Brain Res Bull 16: 149-154, 1986. 32. Girault JA, Savaki HE, Desban M, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. [Effect of lesions of the
ventromedial nucleus of the thalamus on cerebral metabolism: experimental study in the rat using the 14C-deoxyglucose method]. Rev Neurol (Paris) 142: 456-464, 1986. 33. Benavides J, Malgouris C, Daniel M, Savaki H, Uzan A, Gueremy C, and Le Fur G.
[Biochemical characterization and study by quantitative autoradiography of the binding sites of indalpine, a 5-HT uptake inhibitor, in cat brain]. Encephale 11: 247-254, 1985. 34. Savaki H, Malgouris C, Benavides J, Laplace C, Uzan A, Gueremy C, and Le Fur G.
Quantitative autoradiography of [3H]indalpine binding sites in the rat brain: II. Regional distribution. J Neurochem 45: 521-526, 1985. 35. Benavides J, Savaki HE, Malgouris C, Laplace C, Margelidon C, Daniel M, Courteix J, Uzan
A, Gueremy C, and Le Fur G. Quantitative autoradiography of [3H]indalpine binding sites in the rat brain: I. Pharmacological characterization. J Neurochem 45: 514-520, 1985. 36. Savaki HE, Girault JA, Desban M, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. Local cerebral metabolic
effects induced by nigral stimulation following ventromedial thalamic lesions. II: Sensory motor, reticular and limbic systems. Brain Res Bull 14: 287-296, 1985. 37. Girault JA, Savaki HE, Desban M, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. Bilateral cerebral metabolic
alterations following lesion of the ventromedial thalamic nucleus: mapping by the 14C-deoxyglucose method in conscious rats. J Comp Neurol 231: 137-149, 1985. 38. Benavides J, Savaki HE, Malgouris C, Laplace C, Daniel M, Begassat F, Desban M, Uzan A,
Dubroeucq MC, Renault C, and et al. Autoradiographic localization of peripheral benzodiazepine binding sites in the cat brain with [3H]PK 11195. Brain Res Bull 13: 69-77, 1984. 39. Savaki HE, Girault JA, Desban M, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. Adaptive reaction of nigral
neurons following lesion of their ventromedial-thalamic projection field. Brain Res 302: 190-195, 1984. 40. Savaki HE, Girault JA, Desban M, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. Local cerebral metabolic
effects induced by nigral stimulation following ventromedial thalamic lesions. I: Basal ganglia and related motor structures. Brain Res Bull 12: 609-616, 1984. 41. Savaki HE, Graham DI, Grome JJ, and McCulloch J. Functional consequences of unilateral
lesion of the locus coeruleus: a quantitative [14C]2-deoxyglucose investigation. Brain Res 292: 239-249, 1984. 42. Kadekaro M, Savaki HE, Kutyna FA, Davidsen L, and Sokoloff L. Metabolic mapping in the
sympathetic ganglia and brain of the spontaneously hypertensive rat. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 3: 460-467, 1983. 43. Savaki HE, Graham DI, and McCulloch J. Differential effects of locus coeruleus lesions upon
metabolic activity in CNS nuclei involved in cardiovascular regulation. Brain Res 271: 109-114, 1983. 44. Savaki HE, Desban M, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. Local cerebral glucose consumption in
the rat. II. Effects of unilateral substantia nigra stimulation in conscious and in halothane-anesthetized animals. J Comp Neurol 213: 46-65, 1983. 45. Savaki HE, Desban M, Glowinski J, and Besson MJ. Local cerebral glucose consumption in
the rat. I. Effects of halothane anesthesia. J Comp Neurol 213: 36-45, 1983. 46. McCulloch J, Savaki HE, and Sokoloff L. Distribution of effects of haloperidol on energy
metabolism in the rat brain. Brain Res 243: 81-90, 1982. 47. McCulloch J, Savaki HE, McCulloch MC, Jehle J, and Sokoloff L. The distribution of
alterations in energy metabolism in the rat brain produced by apomorphine. Brain Res 243: 67-80, 1982. 48. McCulloch J, Savaki HE, Jehle J, and Sokoloff L. Local cerebral glucose utilization in
hypothermic and hyperthermic rats. J Neurochem 39: 255-258, 1982. 49. Savaki HE, Macpherson H, and McCulloch J. Alterations in local cerebral glucose utilization
during hemorrhagic hypotension in the rat. Circ Res 50: 633-644, 1982. 50. Savaki HE, Kadekaro M, McCulloch J, and Sokoloff L. Th central noradrenergic system in
the rat: metabolic mapping with alpha-adrenergic blocking agents. Brain Res 234: 65-79, 1982. 51. Savaki HE, McCulloch J, Kadekaro M, and Sokoloff L. Influence of alpha-receptor blocking
agents upon metabolic activity in nuclei involved in central control of blood pressure. Brain Res 233: 347-358, 1982. 52. Savaki HE, Davidsen L, Smith C, and Sokoloff L. Measurement of free glucose turnover in
brain. J Neurochem 35: 495-502, 1980. 53. McCulloch J, Savaki HE, and Sokoloff L. Influence of dopaminergic systems on the lateral
habenular nucleus of the rat. Brain Res 194: 117-124, 1980. 54. Kadekaro M, Savaki H, and Sokoloff L. Metabolic mapping of neural pathways involved in
gastrosecretory response to insulin hypoglycaemia in the rat. J Physiol 300: 393-407, 1980. 55. McCulloch J, Savaki HE, McCulloch MC, and Sokoloff L. Retina-dependent activation by
apomorphine of metabolic activity in the superficial layer of the superior colliculus. Science 207: 313-315, 1980. 56. Mata M, Fink DJ, Gainer H, Smith CB, Davidsen L, Savaki H, Schwartz WJ, and Sokoloff L.
Activity-dependent energy metabolism in rat posterior pituitary primarily reflects sodium pump activity. J Neurochem 34: 213-215, 1980. 57. McCulloch J, Savaki HE, McCulloch MC, and Sokoloff L. Specific distribution of metabolic
alterations in cerebral cortex following apomorphine administration. Nature 282: 303-305, 1979. 58. Schwartz WJ, Smith CB, Davidsen L, Savaki H, Sokoloff L, Mata M, Fink DJ, and Gainer H.
Metabolic mapping of functional activity in the hypothalamo-neurohypophysial system of the rat. Science 205: 723-725, 1979. 59. Pappius HM, Savaki HE, Fieschi C, Rapoport SI, and Sokoloff L. Osmotic opening of the
blood-brain barrier and local cerebral glucose utilization. Ann Neurol 5: 211-219, 1979. 60. Wechsler LR, Savaki HE, and Sokoloff L. Effects of d- and l-amphetamine on local cerebral
glucose utilization in the conscious rat. J Neurochem 32: 15-22, 1979. 61. Savaki HE, Kadekaro M, Jehle J, and Sokoloff L. Alpha- and beta-adrenoreceptor blockers
have opposite effects on energy metabolism of the central auditory system. Nature 276: 521-523, 1978. 62. Savaki HE, and Levis GM. Changes in rat brain gangliosides following active avoidance
conditioning. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 7: 7-12, 1977. 63. Savaki HE, Cunha J, Carlini EA, and Kephalas TA. Pharmacological activity of three
fractions obtained by smoking cannabis through a water pipe. Bull Narc 28: 49-56, 1976. 1. Savaki H.E.: "Our parallel Selves and the Mute Right Hemisphere", Crete University 2. Savaki H.E.: The role of thalamic relays in the basal ganglia interhemispheric relations, as demonstrated by the autoradiographic 14C-deoxyglucose method. "Brain Imaging : Techniques and Applications" Ellis Horwood Ltd. Chichester, U.K.1989. 3. Savaki H.E.: Distribution of effects of catecholaminergic agents on local cerebral glucose consumption in the conscious rat. In "Catecholamines. Neuropharmacology and Central Nervous System", vol. 2, Alan R. Liss, New York, pp. 113 - 122, 1984. 4. McCulloch J., Savaki H.E. and Angerson W.: Regional water permeability in the CNS of conscious rat. Effects of hypercapnia and locus coeruleus lesions. In "Cerebral Blood Flow: Effects of Nerves and Neurotransmitters" (Eds.) D.D. Heistad and N.L. Marcus, Elsevier, pp. 509 - 516, 1982. 5. Savaki H.E.: Neural pathway involved in regulation of blood pressure in the rat: metabolic mapping with 2-[14C] deoxyglucose of central nervous effects of phenoxybenzamine. "Les Alpha Bloquants". MASSON, Paris, pp. 313 - 320, 1981.
C. Abstracts
1. Kilintari M, Raos V, Savaki HE. Mental imagery serving action cognition includes visual in addition to the motor and kinesthetic components. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Program Session number. 485, 2010. 2. Stamos A, Evangeliou M N, Savaki HE, Raos V. Involvement of the spinal cord in the
inhibition of overt actions during action simulation. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 307.9. 2009 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 3. Savaki HE. Symposium: Cortical Networks in Action. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, 4. Raos V, Evangeliou MN, Savaki HE. Parietal cortical areas of the monkey brain engaged in visual and somatosensory guidance of reaching-to-grasp. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 262.2. 2008 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 5. Savaki H. E., Bakola S., Gregoriou G. G. & Moschovakis A. K. The lateral intraparietal cortex represents visual and motor space in segregated, albeit partially overlapping, regions. Federation of European Neuroscience Societies Meeting, July 2006 6. Bakola S., G.G. Gregoriou, A.K. Moschovakis, H.E. Savaki. Functional imaging of the intraparietal cortex during saccades to visual and memorized targets. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Program No 287. 2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 7. Raos V, Evangeliou MN, Savaki HE. 2005. Observation of action: grasping with the mind's hand. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 288.4. 2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 8. Gregoriou G.G., Savaki H.E. : Functional imaging of the monkey intraparietal cortex during visual and somatosensory guidance of reaching. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Vol.27, 2001. 9. Moschovakis A.K., Gregoriou G.G., Savaki H.E.: Functional mapping of the superior colliculus in the rhesus monkey during saccades to visual targets. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Vol.27, 2001. 10. Gregoriou G.G., Moschovakis A.K., Savaki H.E.: Involvement of the parieto-frontal cortical network in the sensory guidance of arm and eye movements. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Vol.25, p. 382, 1999. 11. Gregoriou G.G., Moschovakis A.K., Savaki H.E: Metabolic activity patterns in the intraparietal and arcuate sulcus of the monkey brain during the performance of saccades and arm movements. 19th European Winter Conference on Brain Research, Plagne Lauze, France, 6-13 March 1999. 12. Savaki H.E.: Cortical pathways involved in visually guided eye-and arm- movements in the monkey. 1st International Conference on Functional Brain Imaging, Athens, 11-15 September 1998 (invited speaker). 13. Dalezios Y., Gregoriou G.G., Savaki H.E.: Spectral analysis of the metabolic activity pattern in the monkey visual cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci Vol. 10, Suppl. 10, p. 238, 1998. 14. Savaki H. E.: Novartis Foundation Symposium on Sensory Guidance of Movement, 20-22 15. Savaki H. E., Raos V. C. and Dalezios Y.: Two dimensional reconstructed patterns of metabolic activity in the primate neocortex during performance of a visually guided reaching task. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Vol.22, p. 2026, 1996. 16. Savaki H. E., Kennedy C., Sokoloff L. and Mishkin M.: Visually guided reaching with the forelimb contralateral to a "blind" hemisphere: contribution of the cerebellum. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Vol.21, p. 914, 1995. 17. Savaki H. E., Dalezios Y., Raos V. C. and Caminiti R.: Metabolic activity pattern in the motor and somatosensory cortex of monkeys performing a visually guided arm reaching task. 18th Annual Meeting of the European Neuroscience Association, Amsterdam, 1995. 18. Savaki H.E.: Cortical metabolic activity during the performance of a visuomotor task based on pattern discrimination. Wokshop on "Physiological and computational aspects of cortical functions" , Sirolo (Ancona), 20 - 25 May 1991. 19. Dermon K.P., Tzagournissakis M., Pizarro P., and Savaki H.E.: Specific bilateral alterations in local cerebral glucose utilization following intranigral injection of muscimol and substance P. Neuroscience Abstracts, Vol. 15: p. 91 1989. 20. Kennedy C., Savaki H., Pïrrino L.J., Mishkin M. and Sokoloff L.: Monkey cerebral cortical activity accompanying the performance of a visually cued task. Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism Meeting, Boulogne, 28 May - 2 June 1989. 21. Savaki H.E.: Intra- and Inter-hemispheric functional relations in the basal ganglia components. V Congress of the International Society of Greek Neuroscientists, Limassol-Cyprus, Sept. 1st-3rd 1988. 22. Savaki H.E.: Functional relations of the basal ganglia components in the two hemisphres studied by the autoradiographic 14C-deoxyglucose method, Hellenic Association for Neurosciences, Oct. 25 - 27, 1985 23. Savaki H.E.: The functional role of ventromedial thalamus in the extrapyramidal circuitry, as demonstrated by the 14C-deoxyglucose autoradiographic method. INSERM Conferences on Brain Imaging. September 29 - October 3, 1985. 24. Spampinato U., Girault J.A., Glowinski J., Savaki H.E. and Besson M.J.: Etude in vivo des modifications de lib_ration de 3H-GABA induites par diff_rents agonistes dopaminergiques dans le striatum du rat. R_union Franco-italienne des Pharmacologistes, Paris. June 7 - 9, 1984. 25. Besson M.J., Girault J.A., Truong-Ngo A., Glowinski J. and Savaki H.E.: Changes of 3H- dopamine and 3H-GABA release in the rat base, ganglia induced by pharmacological modifications of dopaminergic transmission. Collegium Internationale Neuro-Psychopharmacologicum. 14th C.I.N.P Congress. Florence, June 19 - 30, 1984. In Clinical Neuropharmacology, Vol. VII, suppl. 1, p. S208, Raven Press, New York, 1984. 26. Savaki H.E., Girault J.A., Desban M., Truong-Ngo A., Glowinski J., Besson M.J.: Alt_rations par une l_sion du noyau ventromedian du thalamus des activations m_taboliques induites par une stimulation _lectrique de la substance noire. R_union des Ganglions de la Bbase, Marseille, October 20 - 21, 1983. 27. Girault J.A., Savaki H.E., Desban M., Glowinski J., Besson M.J.: Analyse par la m_thode au 14C-2-deoxyglucose des modifications m_taboliques induites par la l_sion _lectrolytique du noyau ventrom_dian du thalamus. R_union des Ganglions de la Base, Marseille, October 20 -21, 1983. 28. Girault J.A., Savaki H.E., Desban M., Glowinski J., Besson M.J.: Effects of lesioning motor thalamic nuclei on local cerebral glucose utilization in the conscious rat. Eleventh International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Paris, June 20 - 24, 1983. 29. Besson M.J., Girault J.A., Glowinski J., Savaki H.E.: Effects of systemic apomorphine administration on 3H-Dopamine and 3H-GABA release within the striatum in conscious and anesthetized rats. Fifth International Catecholamines Symposium G_teborg, June 12 - 16, 1983. 30. Savaki H.E., Desban M. Glowinski J., Besson M.J.: Effects of unilateral substantia nigra stimulation of local cerebral glucose consumption in the rat. Fifth International Catecholamine Symposium, G_teborg, June 12 - 16, 1983. 31. Savaki H.E., Macpherson H. and McCulloch J.: Alterations in local cerebral glucose utilization during haemorrhagic hypotension. Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism Meeting, St-Louis, June 1981, Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Vol. I: S256-S257, 1981. 32. Kadekaro M., Savaki H.E., Davidsen L. and Sokoloff L.: Local cerebral glucose utilization in spontaneously hypertensive rats. Neuroscience Abstracts, Vol. VI: 817, 1980. 33. Savaki H.E., McCulloch J., Kadekaro M. and Sokoloff L.: Central alpha receptors: an appraisal with 2-deoxyglucose. Symposium International Alpha-Bloquants, Paris, September 20 - 23, 1979. 34. Wiederhold M.L. and Savaki H.E.: Propanolol reduces auditory nerve and brain stem responses to click stimuli. Society for Neuroscience. Ninth Annual Meeting, 1979. 35. Papius H.M., Savaki H.E., Fieschi C., Rapoport S.I. and Sokoloff L.: Cerebral glucose utilization after opening of blood-brain barrier. Seventh International Congress of Pharmacology-Satellite Symposium on Cerebr½- Vascular Disease, Reims, July 23 - 26, 1978. 36. Savaki H.E., Davidsen L., Smith C. and Sokoloff L.: Turnover of the free glucose pool in brain. Neuroscience Abstract, Vol. IV: 323, 1978. 37. Kadekaro M., Savaki H.E. and Sokoloff L.: Metabolic mapping of neural pathways involved in gastrosecretory response to insulin hypoglycemia. Neuroscience Abstracts, Vol. IV: 21, 1978. 38. Savaki H.E., Kadekaro M. and Sokoloff L.: Effects of propranolol and phentolamine in local cerebral circulation in the rat. Neuroscience Abstracts, Vol. III: 448, 1977. 39. Wechsler L.R., Savaki H.E., Kennedy C. and Sokoloff L.: Effects of d- and l-amphetamine on local cerebral glucose utilization in the rat. NeuroscienceAbstracts, Vol. III: 325, 1977. Citations till September/2010:
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