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Nadine Lehnen

Prof. Dr. med. Nadine Lehnen

GSN associate faculty

Responsibilities

Research Group Leader

Contact

University Hospital rechts der Isar,
Technical University of Munich
Department of Psychosomatic Medicine
and Psychotherapy
Langerstr. 3, 81675 München

Phone: +49 89 4140 4313
Fax: +49 89 4140 4845

Further Information

Research focus: Neurobiology of psychosomatic disease / computational and translational psychosomatics, sensorimotor gaze control, vestibular system

GSN Students: Lena Schröder

Selected publications:

N. Lehnen, C. Ramaioli, N. S. Todd, K. Bartl, S. Kohlbecher, K. Jahn, E. Schneider (2017). Clinical and video head impulses: a simple bedside test in children. J Neurol. 264:1002-1004.

N. Lehnen, F. Heuser, M. Sağlam, C.M. Schulz, K.J. Wagner, M. Taki, E.F. Kochs, K. Jahn, T. Brandt, S. Glasauer, E. Schneider (2015). Opioid-Induced Nausea Involves a Vestibular Problem Preventable by Head-Rest. PLoS One. 10:e0135263.

M. Sağlam, S. Glasauer, N. Lehnen (2014). Vestibular and cerebellar contribution to gaze optimality. Brain. 137: 1080-94.

N. Lehnen, S. Glasauer, K. Jahn, K.P. Weber (2013). Head impulses in complete bilateral vestibular loss: catch-up saccades require visual input. Neurology. 81: 688-90.

M. Sağlam, N. Lehnen, S. Glasauer (2011). Optimal control of natural eye-head movements minimizes the impact of noise. J Neurosci. 31: 16185-16193.