INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Research

Our institute focuses on neuropsychological and neurobiological aspects of plasticity and recovery within the visual system. The primary goal is the rehabilitation of lost visual functions.

Neuropsychology

  • Restoration of vision with noninvasive brain stimulation
  • Mechanism of visual plasticity
  • Computer simulation of visual plasticity in the primary cortex
  • Prediction of recovery of visual functions
  • Developement and validation of computer-based diagnostics and training methods for patients with brain damage
  • Non-invasive electrical Stimulation for the treatment of functional and cognition deficits and language disorders
  • Developement of diagnostic tests for visual functions in daily life

Behavioural Neuro-Biology Laboratory

  • Pre-clinical models of traumatic brain lesions (optic nerve)
  • Behavioural tests for studying visual abilities and functional restoration of the visual system
  • In vivo Confocal NeuroImaging for life visualisation of Retinal Ganglion Cell function
  • repetitive Transorbital Alternating Current Stimulation to induce protection and regeneration after brain lesions
  • Nanoparticles as carriers for blood-brain barrier passage

 

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