2023 - Research.com Neuroscience in Germany Leader Award
Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Vestibular system, Neuroscience, Anatomy, Vestibular cortex and Somatosensory system. Her Vestibular system research includes themes of Stimulation and Brainstem. As a part of the same scientific family, Marianne Dieterich mostly works in the field of Neuroscience, focusing on Cognitive psychology and, on occasion, Right posterior, Premotor cortex, Normal volunteers and Visuospatial neglect.
Marianne Dieterich interconnects Geniculate, Tonic, Posterior parietal cortex and Thalamus in the investigation of issues within Anatomy. She combines subjects such as Perception, Auditory cortex, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Supramarginal gyrus and Human brain with her study of Vestibular cortex. Her research in Somatosensory system intersects with topics in Orientation and Proprioception.
Her primary scientific interests are in Vestibular system, Neuroscience, Audiology, Vertigo and Anatomy. Marianne Dieterich works mostly in the field of Vestibular system, limiting it down to concerns involving Nystagmus and, occasionally, Eye movement. Her Neuroscience study is mostly concerned with Visual cortex, Stimulation, Cortex, Somatosensory system and Optokinetic reflex.
Her research on Audiology focuses in particular on Galvanic vestibular stimulation. She has included themes like Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Anxiety, Physical therapy, Neurology and Pediatrics in her Vertigo study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Thalamus, Skew deviation, Cerebellum and Brainstem in addition to Anatomy.
Marianne Dieterich mainly investigates Vestibular system, Audiology, Vertigo, Neuroscience and Internal medicine. Marianne Dieterich studies Vestibular cortex, a branch of Vestibular system. Her biological study deals with issues like Visual processing, which deal with fields such as Intraparietal sulcus.
Her Vertigo study incorporates themes from Balance disorders, Neurology and Anxiety. Her Internal medicine research focuses on Cardiology and how it relates to Interquartile range and Magnetic resonance imaging. Her research in Nystagmus focuses on subjects like Optokinetic reflex, which are connected to Stimulation.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Vestibular system, Vertigo, Neurology, Audiology and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her Vestibular system study is concerned with the field of Neuroscience as a whole. Her Vertigo research incorporates elements of Nystagmus, Balance disorders and Outcome parameter.
Her Neuroradiology study in the realm of Neurology connects with subjects such as Opsoclonus myoclonus syndrome. Her work carried out in the field of Audiology brings together such families of science as Visual perception, Perception, Cognition and Anxiety. Her research integrates issues of Acute vestibular syndrome, Vestibular neuritis, Vestibular nerve, Neuroimaging and Symptom onset in her study of Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
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Episodic vertigo related to migraine (90 cases): vestibular migraine?
M. Dieterich;Thomas Brandt.
Journal of Neurology (1999)
Methylprednisolone, Valacyclovir, or the Combination for Vestibular Neuritis
Michael Strupp;Vera Carina Zingler;Viktor Arbusow;Daniel Niklas.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2004)
Dominance for Vestibular Cortical Function in the Non-dominant Hemisphere
M. Dieterich;S. Bense;S. Lutz;A. Drzezga.
Cerebral Cortex (2003)
Reciprocal inhibitory visual-vestibular interaction. Visual motion stimulation deactivates the parieto-insular vestibular cortex.
Thomas Brandt;Peter Bartenstein;Anika Janek;Marianne Dieterich.
Vestibular cortex lesions affect the perception of verticality
Th. Brandt;M. Dieterich;A. Danek.
Annals of Neurology (1994)
The Vestibular Cortex: Its Locations, Functions, and Disorders
Thomas Brandt;Marianne Dieterich.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1999)
Multisensory Cortical Signal Increases and Decreases During Vestibular Galvanic Stimulation (fMRI)
Sandra Bense;Thomas Stephan;Tarek A. Yousry;Thomas Brandt.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2001)
Leitlinien für Diagnostik und Therapie in der Neurologie
H. C. Diener;C. Weimar;P. Berlit;G. Deuschl.
Ocular torsion and tilt of subjective visual vertical are sensitive brainstem signs
Marianne Dieterich;Thomas Brandt.
Annals of Neurology (2004)
Vertigo and dizziness
Thomas Brandt;Marianne Dieterich;Michael Strupp..
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