Elisabeth Engl
Elisabeth Engl
PhD, University College London
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei elisabethengl.com
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Non‐signalling energy use in the brain
E Engl, D Attwell
The Journal of physiology 593 (16), 3417-3429, 2015
The human factor: behavioral and neural correlates of humanized perception in moral decision making
J Majdandžić, H Bauer, C Windischberger, E Moser, E Engl, C Lamm
PloS one 7 (10), e47698, 2012
Energy-efficient information transfer by visual pathway synapses
JJ Harris, R Jolivet, E Engl, D Attwell
Current Biology 25 (24), 3151-3160, 2015
Non-signalling energy use in the developing rat brain
E Engl, R Jolivet, CN Hall, D Attwell
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 37 (3), 951-966, 2017
A case study for a psychographic-behavioral segmentation approach for targeted demand generation in voluntary medical male circumcision
SK Sgaier, M Eletskaya, E Engl, O Mugurungi, B Tambatamba, G Ncube, ...
Elife 6, e25923, 2017
Time to scale psycho-behavioral segmentation in global development
SK Sgaier, E Engl, S Kretschmer
Stanford Social Innovation Review 16, 48-55, 2018
Energy-efficient information transfer at thalamocortical synapses
JJ Harris, E Engl, D Attwell, RB Jolivet
PLoS computational biology 15 (8), e1007226, 2019
Categorizing and assessing comprehensive drivers of provider behavior for optimizing quality of health care
E Engl, S Kretschmer, M Jain, S Sharma, R Prasad, BM Ramesh, ...
PloS one 14 (4), e0214922, 2019
Identifying population segments for effective intervention design and targeting using unsupervised machine learning: an end-to-end guide
E Engl, P Smittenaar, SK Sgaier
Gates open research 3, 2019
Energy use constrains brain information processing
M Conrad, E Engl, RB Jolivet
2017 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), 11.3. 1-11.3. 3, 2017
CUBES: A practical toolkit to measure enablers and barriers to behavior for effective intervention design
E Engl, SK Sgaier
Gates open research 3, 2019
CUBES: A practical toolkit to measure enablers and barriers to behavior for effective intervention design
E Engl, SK Sgaier
Gates open research 3, 2019
A prophylactic role for creatine in hypoxia?
E Engl, MM Garvert
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (25), 9249-9251, 2015
Bringing Greater Precision to Interactions Between Community Health Workers and Households to Improve Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes in India
P Smittenaar, BM Ramesh, M Jain, J Blanchard, H Kemp, E Engl, S Isac, ...
Global Health: Science and Practice 8 (3), 358-371, 2020
Understanding why at-risk population segments do not seek care for tuberculosis: a precision public health approach in South India
S Helfinstein, E Engl, BE Thomas, G Natarajan, P Prakash, M Jain, ...
BMJ Global Health 5 (e002555), 2020
Smarter micro-targeting to improve global health outcomes: scaling cluster segmentation on novel types of data for precision public health
E Engl, S Sgaier
32nd conference on neural information processing systems (NIPS 2018 …, 2018
Understanding drivers of family planning in rural northern India: An integrated mixed-methods approach
M Jain, Y Caplan, BM Ramesh, S Isac, P Anand, E Engl, S Halli, H Kemp, ...
PloS one 16 (1), e0243854, 2021
Gates Open Research
E Engl, P Smittenaar, SK Sgaier
The non-signalling energy budget of the brain and brain energy as a constraint for information processing
E Engl
UCL (University College London), 2016
behavior for effective intervention design [version 1; peer
E Engl, SK Sgaier
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