The research group Cognition & Gender examines sensory perceptions and their processing in the brain by means of imaging methods. The diverse differences between the female and the male brain are of interest to us in view of the increasing importance of gender differences for continually more highly differentiated diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
The work is currently being supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG Research Unit FOR 2690 Translational Pruritus Research, PF 244 / 15-1) and the EU (Improving frontline responses to High Impact Domestic Violence (IMPRODOVA); European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program H2020- SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017)).
Prof. Dr. med. Dr. rer. nat. Bettina Pfleiderer
Sundermann S, Dehghan Nayyeri M, Pfleiderer B, Stahlberg K, Jünke L, Baiec L, Dieckmann R, Liem D, Happe T, Burgmer M.
Subtle changes of gray matter volume in fibromyalgia reflect chronic musculoskeletal pain rather than disease-specific effects
Eur J Neurosci, August 2019, Epub ahead of print (DOI)
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