• Brain solute transport is more rapid in periarterial than perivenous spaces 

      Vinje, Vegard; Bakker, Erik N. T. P.; Rognes, Marie Elisabeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Fluid flow in perivascular spaces is recognized as a key component underlying brain transport and clearance. An important open question is how and to what extent differences in vessel type or geometry affect perivascular ...
    • The genetic vulnerability to cisplatin ototoxicity: a systematic review 

      Tserga, Evangelia; Nandwani, Tara; Edvall, Niklas K; Bulla, Jan; Patel, Poulam; Canlon, Barbara; Cederroth, Christopher R; Baguley, David M (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-03-05)
      Ototoxicity is one of the major side-effects of platinum-based chemotherapy, in particular cisplatin (cis-diammine dichloroplatinum II). To our knowledge, no systematic review has previously provided a quantitative summary ...
    • Relationship between headaches and tinnitus in a Swedish study 

      Lugo, Alessandra; Edvall, Niklas K.; Lazar, Andra; Mehraei, Golbarg; Lopez-Escamez, Jose Antonio; Bulla, Jan; Uhlen, Inger; Canlon, Barbara; Gallus, Silvano; Cederroth, Christopher R (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-05)
      The heterogeneity of tinnitus is likely accounting for the lack of effective treatment approaches. Headaches have been related to tinnitus, yet little is known on how headaches impact tinnitus. We use cross-sectional data ...
    • Understanding learner behaviour in online courses with Bayesian modelling and time series characterisation 

      Johnston, Iain George; Greenbury, Sam; Peach, Robert; yaliraki, sophia; Lefèvre, David; Barahona, Mauricio (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The intrinsic temporality of learning demands the adoption of methodologies capable of exploiting time-series information. In this study we leverage the sequence data framework and show how data-driven analysis of temporal ...