Ivica Kostović

Professor, MD, PhD
Croatian Institute for Brain Research
University of Zagreb School of Medicine
E-mail: ikostov@hiim.hr
Page: http://www.hiim.hr/nova/

 

Fields of interest:

Development of the human cerebral cortex, neuroanatomy of fiber systems

 

 

Recent publications:

Jovanov-Milosevic N., Petanjek Z., Petrovic D., Judas M., Kostovic I.:

Morphology, molecular phenotypes and distribution of neurons in developing human corpus callosum

Eur. J. Neurosci. 2010; 32(9): 1423-1432.

 

Vasung L., Huang H., Jovanov-Milosevic N., Pletikos M., Mori S., Kostovic I.:

Development of axonal pathways in the human fetal fronto-limbic brain: histochemical characterization and diffusion tensor imaging

J. Anat. 2010; 217(4): 400-417.

 

Kostovic I., Judas M.:

The development of the subplate and thalamocortical connections in the human foetal brain

Acta Paediatr 2010; 99(8): 1119-1127.

 

Cosic K., Popovic S., Kostovic I., Judas M.:

Virtual reality adaptive stimulation of limbic networks in the mental readiness training

Stud. Health Technol. Inform. 2010; 154: 14-19.

 

Kostovic I., Vasung L.:

Insights from in vitro fetal magnetic resonance imaging of cerebral development

Semin. Perinatol. 2009; 33(4): 220-233.

 

Petanjek Z., Kostovic I., Esclapez M.:

Primate-specific origins and migration of cortical GABAergic neurons

Front. Neuroanat. 2009; 3: 26.

 

Jovanov-Milosevic N., Culjat M., Kostovic I.:

Growth of the human corpus callosum: modular and laminar morphogenetic zones

Front. Neuroanat. 2009; 3: 6.

 

Petanjek Z., Judas M., Kostovic I., Uylings H. B.:

Lifespan alterations of basal dendritic trees of pyramidal neurons in the human prefrontal cortex: a layer-specific pattern

Cereb. Cortex 2008; 18(4): 915-929.

 

Kostovic I., Judas M.:

Transient patterns of cortical lamination during prenatal life: do they have implications for treatment?

Neurosci. Biobehav. Rev. 2007; 31(8): 1157-1168.

 

Kostovic I., Jovanov-Milosevic N.:

The development of cerebral connections during the first 20-45 weeks' gestation

Semin. Fetal. Neonatal. Med. 2006; 11(6): 415-422.