Agustín Ibáñez

Agustín Ibáñez
Agustín Ibáñez
Profesor Titular
Área(s): NEUROCIENCIAS
ESCUELA DE PSICOLOGÍA
DOCTOR EN PSICOLOGÍA, PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE, CHILE, 2006
E-mail: agustin.ibanez@uai.cl
Sede: SANTIAGO - PEÑALOLÉN
Edificio: CEAP SANTIAGO
Número de oficina: .

RESUMEN

Agustin Ibañez luego de obtener su PhD, se especializó en electrofisiología en el Max Plank Institute for Brain Research (Alemania) y realizó estudios postdoctorales en el Centro de Neurociencias de Cuba, en la University of Heidelberg (Alemania) y en el CONICET (Argentina).

Es actualmente Director del Instituto de Neurociencia Cognitiva y Traslacional (INCYT, INECO-CONICET-Favaloro, Argentina); Investigador Independiente del CONICET (Argentina); investigador afiliado del Center for Social and Cognitive Neuroscience en la Universidad de Chicago (Estados Unidos) e investigador asociado del Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD) del Australian Research Council (ARC).

Ha publicado más de 100 trabajos científicos en los últimos 5 años; incluyendo revistas de alto impacto tales como Brain, Neurology, Journal of Neuroscience, JAMA Neurology, o Nature Reviews, entre otras.

Ha sido director o co-director de más de 25 investigaciones de maestría o doctorado desde el 2009. Ha recibido diversos reconocimientos internacionales tales como el Nelson Butters Award (International Neuropsychological Society, 2008); el Latin-American Grant (Society for Psychophysiological Research, 2008, 2009, 2012 y 2013); y el International Society for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry Award (ISNIP, Elsevier, 2011).

Ha establecido y fortalecido diversas colaboraciones con centros internacionales de excelencia tales como la University of Heidelberg (Alemania), el MRC de Cambridge (Reino Unido), y las Universidades de Nueva York, Caltech, Chicago y Wisconsin (Estados Unidos), entre otras.

Ha propuesto el llamado social-context network model (una red cerebral encargada de integrar la información contextual y social), y ha aplicado dicho modelo al estudio de la versión conductual de la demencia frontotemporal, y otros trastornos incluyendo el autismo, la esquizofrenia y otros cuadros neurodegenerativos.

Líneas de investigación: Neurociencia social en neuropsiquiatría, neurología cognitiva y enfermedades neurodegenerativas, neurociencia traslacional, bases neurobiológicas sobre el social-contex netwok model (red cerebral encargada de integrar la información contextual y social).


Libro
2015 What Can We Make of Theories of Embodiment and the Role of the Human Mirror Neuron System?, Frontiers Media, A. Arévalo, J. Baldo, F. González-Perilli, A. Ibáñez
2015 Qué son las Neurociencias (con Adolfo M. García), Paidos,
Artículos
2017 The road less traveled: Alternative pathways for action-verb processing in Parkinson’s disease, Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 55, 1429-1435
2017 Language deficits as a preclinical window into Parkinson’s Disease: Evidence from asymptomatic Parkin and Dardarin mutation carriers, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society , 23, 150-158
2017 Unspeakable motion: Selective action-verb impairments in Parkinson, Brain and Language, 168, 37-46
2017 Locating Temporal Functional Dynamics of Visual Short-Term Memory Binding using Graph Modular Dirichlet Energy , Scientific Reports, 7, artículo 42013
2017 Enhanced working memory binding by direct electrical stimulation of the parietal cortex, Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience (online: 8 junio 2017), 9, artículo 2017.00178
2017 Decision-making interventions to stop the global atrial fibrillation-related stroke tsunami, International Journal of Stroke, 12, 222-228
2017 Tackling variability: A multicenter study to provide a gold-standard network approach for frontotemporal dementia, Human Brain Mapping, 38, 3804-3822
2017 Time-order-errors and duration ranges in the Episodic Temporal Generalization task, Scientific Reports, 7, artículo 2643
2017 Outcome-oriented moral evaluation in terrorists, Nature Human Behaviour, 1, artículo 0118
2017 Towards affordable biomarkers of frontotemporal dementia: A classification study via network, Scientific Reports, 7, artículo 3822
2017  Men, women…who cares? A population-based study on sex differences and gender roles in empathy and moral cognition,  PLoS One (online: 20 junio 2017), 12, artículo e0179336
2017 The inner world of overactive monitoring: Neural markers of interoception in obsessive-compulsive disorder, Psychological Medicine, 47, 1957-1970
2017 A core avenue for transcultural research on dementia: on the cross-linguistic generalization of language-related effects in Alzheimer, International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry (online: 28 marzo 2017), ,
2017 Action-semantic and syntactic deficits in subjects at risk for Huntington, Journal of Neuropsychology (online: 11 marzo 2017), ,
2017 A lesion-proof brain? Multidimensional sensorimotor, cognitive, and socio-affective preservation despite extensive damage in a stroke patient, Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience (online: 10 enero 2017), 8, artículo 2016.00335
2017 Brain structural correlates of executive and social cognition profiles in behavioral variantfrontotemporal dementia and elderly bipolar disorder, Neuropsychologia (online: 17 febrero 2017), ,
2017 Non-invasive brain stimulation: A new strategy in mild cognitive impairment?, Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 9, artículo 16
2016 Social neuroscience: Undoing the schism between neurology and psychiatry, Social Neuroscience, , , Social neuroscience: Undoing the schism between neurology and psychiatry, Social Neuroscience, ,
2016 Processes and verbs of doing, in the brain: Theoretical implications for systemic functional linguistics,  Functions of Language, 23, 305-335
2016 Reply: Towards a neurocomputational account of social dysfunction in neurodegenerative disease., Brain, , 1-5
2016 The cerebellum and embodied semantics: Evidence from a case of genetic ataxia due to STUB1 mutations, Journal of Medical Genetics (3-nov-2016), ,
2016 ¿El bilingüismo como protección ante la demencia? Inconsistencias empíricas y nuevas propuestas metodológicas, Círculo de Lingüística Aplicada a la Comunicación, 68, 3-44
2016 Bilingualism and cognitive reserve: a critical overview and a plea for methodological innovations, Front Aging Neurosci, 7, 243
2016 The overt pronoun constraint across three dialects of Spanish, Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 45, 979-1000
2016 First symptoms and neurocognitive correlates of behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia, Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 54, 957-970
2016 Behavioral and electrophysiological correlates of memory binding deficits in patients at different risk levels for Alzheimer's disease, Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 53, 1325-1340
2016 Your perspective and my benefit: multiple lesion models of self-other integration strategies during social bargaining, Brain. A Journal of Neurology, 139, 3022-3040
2016 How language flows when movements don’t: An automated analysis of spontaneous discourse in Parkinson’s disease., Brain and Language, 162, 19-28
2016 Neural markers of social and monetary rewards in children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder, Scientific Reports, 6,
2016 Variability in functional brain networks predicts expertise during action observation, Neuroimage, ,
2016 Processing Time Reduction: An Application in Living Human High-Resolution Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data, Journal of Medical Systems, 40,
2016 A touch with words: Dynamic synergies between manual actions and language., Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 68, 69-95
2016 Your misery is no longer my pleasure: Reduced schadenfreude in Huntington’s disease families., Cortex, ,
2016 Feeling, learning from, and being aware of inner states: Interoceptive dimensions in neurodegeneration and stroke. (POR APARECER), Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 371,
2016 Hands typing what hands do: Action-semantic integration dynamics throughout written verb production., Cognition, 149, 56-66
2016 Integration of intention and outcome for moral judgment in frontotemporal dementia: Brain structural signatures., Neurodegenerative Diseases, 16, 206-217
2016 The Impact of Bilingualism on Working Memory: A Null Effect on the Whole May Not Be So on the Parts, Frontiers in Psychology, 26, 265
Capítulo de libro
2016 Reembedding Translation Process Research, A neuroscientific toolkit for translation studies, 21-46