Clinical Neuroscience Bern

Research groups
  • Since 08/2019: PhD Candidate, Department of Neurology, University Hospital Bern & University of Bern
  • 12/2018 – 03/2019: Research Assistant in the Department of Biological and Social Psychology of Emotions, University of Bern
  • 10/2018 – 07/2019: Master thesis in Social Psychology and Social Neuropsychology, «Non-invasive Hirnstimulation (HD-tDCS) und Nachhaltigkeit: Besteht eine kausale Beteiligung des rechten TPJ an nachhaltigem Entscheidungsverhalten?»
  • 05/2018 – 11/2018: Research Internship, Neuropediatric Department, University Hospital Bern
  • 09/2017 – 07/2019: Master of Science in Psychology, University of Bern (Focus on Experimental Psychology and Neuropsychology, Social Psychology and Social Neuropsychology)
  • 09/2014 – 08/2017: Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Bern (Minor in Criminal Law and Criminology, Minor in Law of Obligations)
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2024

Vanini, Giorgio; Bühler, Janine; Weber, Samantha; Steinauer, Manuela; Aybek, Selma (2024). Healthcare employment as a risk factor for functional neurological disorder: A case-control study. European journal of neurology, 31(1), e16056. Wiley 10.1111/ene.16056

Bühler, Janine; Weber, Samantha; Serafeim, Loukas; Walther, Sebastian; Aybek, Selma (2024). Non-invasive neuromodulation of the right temporoparietal junction using theta-burst stimulation in functional neurological disorder. BMJ neurology open, 6(e000525) British Medical Association 10.1136/bmjno-2023-000525

2023

Weber, Samantha; Bühler, Janine; Vanini, Giorgio; Loukas, Serafeim; Bruckmaier, Rupert; Aybek, Selma (2023). Identification of biopsychological trait markers in functional neurological disorders. Brain : a journal of neurology, 146(6), pp. 2627-2641. Oxford University Press 10.1093/brain/awac442

2021

Zito, Giuseppe A.; Worbe, Yulia; Lamy, Jean-Charles; Kälin, Joel; Bühler, Janine; Weber, Samantha; Müri, René Martin; Aybek, Selma (2021). Behavioral Differences Across Theta Burst Stimulation Protocols. A Study on the Sense of Agency in Healthy Humans. Frontiers in neuroscience, 15, p. 658688. Frontiers Research Foundation 10.3389/fnins.2021.658688