2023 - Research.com Neuroscience in Germany Leader Award
His main research concerns Olfaction, Olfactory system, Audiology, Neuroscience and Odor. The various areas that Thomas Hummel examines in his Olfaction study include Trigeminal nerve, Developmental psychology and Pathology. His Olfactory system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Olfactory bulb, Olfactory sulcus, Parkinson's disease and Anatomy.
His studies in Audiology integrate themes in fields like Taste, Healthy subjects, Perception and Sensory threshold. His work in Taste covers topics such as Surgery which are related to areas like Pediatrics. His work in Odor addresses issues such as Anesthesia, which are connected to fields such as Nasal administration and Endocrinology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Olfaction, Olfactory system, Audiology, Odor and Neuroscience. In his research, Thomas Hummel performs multidisciplinary study on Olfaction and Anosmia. His study in Olfactory system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Olfactory bulb, Internal medicine and Pathology.
His Audiology research incorporates elements of Test, Event-related potential, Odor identification, Taste and Sensory threshold. His studies deal with areas such as Developmental psychology and Odor discrimination as well as Odor. His studies link Trigeminal nerve with Neuroscience.
His primary scientific interests are in Olfaction, Olfactory system, Audiology, Odor and Anosmia. In his study, Neurology is strongly linked to Parkinson's disease, which falls under the umbrella field of Olfaction. His research in Olfactory system intersects with topics in Olfactory bulb and Internal medicine.
Thomas Hummel usually deals with Audiology and limits it to topics linked to Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Orbitofrontal cortex. As part of the same scientific family, Thomas Hummel usually focuses on Odor, concentrating on Perception and intersecting with Cognitive psychology. His Anosmia study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Hyposmia.
Thomas Hummel mainly investigates Olfaction, Olfactory system, Anosmia, Audiology and Odor. His research integrates issues of Test and Clinical psychology in his study of Olfaction. The subject of his Olfactory system research is within the realm of Neuroscience.
His Hyposmia research extends to Anosmia, which is thematically connected. His Audiology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Taste and Prospective cohort study. In general Odor study, his work on Body odors often relates to the realm of Interaction time, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
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‘Sniffin’ Sticks': Olfactory Performance Assessed by the Combined Testing of Odor Identification, Odor Discrimination and Olfactory Threshold
Thomas Hummel;B. Sekinger;S. R. Wolf;E. Pauli.
Chemical Senses (1997)
Normative data for the "Sniffin' Sticks" including tests of odor identification, odor discrimination, and olfactory thresholds: an upgrade based on a group of more than 3,000 subjects.
T. Hummel;G. Kobal;H. Gudziol;Alan Mackay-Sim.
European Archives of Oto-rhino-laryngology (2007)
Multicenter investigation of 1,036 subjects using a standardized method for the assessment of olfactory function combining tests of odor identification, odor discrimination, and olfactory thresholds.
G. Kobal;L. Klimek;M. Wolfensberger;H. Gudziol.
European Archives of Oto-rhino-laryngology (2000)
"Sniffin' sticks": screening of olfactory performance.
G Kobal;T Hummel;B Sekinger;S Barz.
Olfactory Disorders and Quality of Life—An Updated Review
Ilona Croy;Steven Nordin;Thomas Hummel.
Chemical Senses (2014)
Characteristics of Olfactory Disorders in Relation to Major Causes of Olfactory Loss
Andreas F. P. Temmel;Christian Quint;Bettina Schickinger-Fischer;Ludger Klimek.
Archives of Otolaryngology-head & Neck Surgery (2002)
Position Paper on Olfactory Dysfunction
T Hummel;K L Whitcroft;P Andrews;A Altundag.
A Study on the Frequency of Olfactory Dysfunction
B N. Landis;C G. Konnerth;T Hummel.
The association between smoking and smell and taste impairment in the general population
Mechtild M Vennemann;Thomas Hummel;Klaus Berger.
Journal of Neurology (2008)
Quantitative assessment of gustatory function in a clinical context using impregnated "taste strips".
C Mueller;S Kallert;B Renner;K Stiassny.
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