Team

  • Researchers

    Dr. rer. nat. Dipl.-Psych. Lisa Leehr

    I have the joy to lead the team. As researcher and psychotherapist I am dedicated to investigate neural underpinnings of psychological processes and their modulation capability as this can give impulses for innovative treatment development/optimisation.

     

     

     

     

     

    Dr. rer. nat. Joscha Böhnlein

    I am a Psychological Psychotherapist and research assistant. I was involved in the projects Z02 and C09 and am currently preparing a future project. I am mostly interested in (mainly neurofunctional) factors that influence the success of exposure therapy in patients with specific phobia and other phobic anxiety disorders. I investigate both a priori differences and changes in functional activity and connectivity of patients with specific phobias before and after exposure therapy (in virtual reality or in vivo) to identify specific markers of successful therapy and relevant changes by therapy.

     

     

     

    Fabian Breuer, M.Sc.

    I am PhD student and research assistant. Besides coordinating the CIPAS and SPIN study I am currently working on a meta analysis about antisaccades in psychiatric populations. I am interested in inhibitory control as a possible transdiagnostic mechanism of psychopathology. I am currently training to become a psychological psychotherapist.

     

     

     

     

     

    Elisabeth Schrammen, M.Sc.

    I am a PhD student and research assistant. Apart from coordinating the Spider FU research project, I am currently working on a coordinate-based meta-analysis about functional neuronal effects of psychotherapy in anxiety disorders. In parallel to my research, I am in my last year of clinical training to become a psychological psychotherapist.

     

     

     

     

     

    Hannah Meinert, M.Sc.

    I am a PhD student and research assistant, and I am mainly responsible for coordinating the PACE reasearch project. I am interested in the prediction of anxiety disorders and cognitive exposure treatment response. Besides my research, I am in training to become a psychological psychotherapist (CBT).

     

  • Student Assistants

    Celina Bernau

     

    Lea Fränkel

     

    Katharina Gewers

     

    Tristan Haffner

     

    Hannah Hofer

     

    Hanna Lehmann

     

    Paul Raethjen

     

    Jennifer Skupski

     

    Clara Spreen

     

    Carolin Sprenger