Birgit Hartog-Keisker

Birgit Hartog-Keisker, Dr. phil.

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Tel.: +41 44 634 66 07

Anschrift: Kantonsschulstrasse 3, 8001 Zürich

Raumbezeichnung: KAB F 03

Präsenzzeiten: Mittwoch

birgit.hartog@ife.uzh.ch

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Curriculum Vitae

seit 10/2011 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Lehrstuhl Eberle, Universität Zürich
seit 02/2011 Lehrdiplom für Maturitätsschulen, Universität Zürich
seit 12/2010 Postdoktorandin am Institut für Neuroradiologie, Universitätsspital Zürich
5/2010 – 11/2010

Postdoktorandin am King’s College in London

Projekt: Darstellung und Untersuchung von Faserverbindungen im Gehirn

11/2008-5/2010 Postdoktorandin am San Raffaele Scientific Institute in Mailand Projekt: Die neuronalen Korrelate von figuraler (Kippfiguren) und lexikalischer (Homonyme) Ambiguität.
11/2008 Abschluss der Dissertation und des Ph.D. Programmes in Neurowissenschaften, Titel: „Functional recovery of sensorimotor and language networks in patients with acute (sensorimotor) and chronic (language) lesions.”
12/2003 Lizentiat an der Universität Zürich (Master of Arts UZH) Lizentiatsarbeit: Reparaturverhalten im Gespräch zwischen Aphasikern.

Publikationen

  • Keisker, B., Hepp-Reymond, M-C., Blickenstorfer A., Kollias, S.S. 2010. Differential representation of dynamic and static power grip force in the sensorimotor network. Eur J Neurosci. Apr;31(8):1483-91.
  • Keisker, B., Hepp-Reymond, M-C., Blickenstorfer A., Meyer M., Kollias, S.S., 2009. Differential force scaling of fine- graded power grip force in the sensorimotor network. Hum Brain Mapp. 30(8):2453-65.
  • Keisker, B., Kollias, S., Weniger, D. 2007. The neural reorganization of language after damage: At the crossroads of neuroimaging and cognition. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive NeuroscienceSociety, Poster, p. 99.
  • Schuster-Amft C, Henneke A, Hartog-Keisker B, Holper L, Siekierka E, Chevrier E, Pyk P, Kollias S, Kiper D, Eng K. 2014. Intensive virtual reality-based training for upper limb motor function in chronic stroke: a feasibility study using a single case experimental design and fMRI. Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol. 2015;(10:5)385-92. Apr 14. [Epub ahead of print]
  • Eng K, Schuster C, Heinrichs A, Keisker B, Holper L, Chevrier E, Pyk P, Kiper D. 2010. Two Single-Case Studies of Interactive Bimanual Virtual Mirror Therapy on Chronic Stroke Patients. Proc. 14th Congress of the European Federation of Neurological Societies, Geneva, Switzerland, EFNS.
  • Siekierka, E.M., Eng, K., Bassetti, C., Blickenstorfer, A., Cameirao,  M.S., Dietz, V., Duff, A., Erol,F., Ettlin, T., Hermann, D.M., Keller, T., Keisker,B. Kessel-ring, J., Kleiser, R., Kollias, S, Kool, J.P., Kurre, A., Mangold, S., Nef, T., Pyk, P., Riener, R., Schuster, C., Tosi, F., Verschure, P.F., Zimmerli, L., 2007. New technologies and concepts for rehabilitation in the acute phase of stroke:
a collaborative matrix. Neurodegenerative Diseases, 4 (1): 57-69.
  • Blickenstorfer A., Kleiser R., Keller T., Keisker B., Meyer M., Riener R., Kollias S., 2008. Cortical and subcortical correlates of functional electrical stimulation of wrist extensor and flexor muscles revealed by fMRI. Hum Brain Mapp 30(3):963-75.
  • Hägni, K., Eng, K., Hepp-Reymond, M-C., Holper, L, Keisker, B., Siekierka, E. and Kiper, D.The Effect of Task and Ownership on Time Estimation in Virtual Environments. Presence 2007, Barcelona, Spain. Ed.: Moreno, Laura. Starlab Barcelona S.L.
  • Hägni, K., Eng K, Hepp-Reymond,M-C., Holper, L., Keisker B., Siekierka, E., Kiper, DC., 2008. Observing Virtual Arms that You Imagine Are Yours Increases the Galvanic Skin Response to an Unexpected Threat. PloS ONE. 3(8): e3082. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003082

Konferenzbeiträge

  • Keisker, B., Cappa S., Kollias, S.S., Tettamanti M. The neural correlates of ambiguity processing. OHBM, Barcelona 2010.
  • Keisker, B., Hepp-Reymond, M-C., Kiper, D., Kollias, S.S., Eng, K., Neural correlates of ownership of virtual limbs. Society for Neuroscience, Chicago 2009.
  • Keisker, B., Meyer M., Kollias S., Weniger D., Mapping of language processing for pre-surgicalplanning with a multimodal fMRI protocol. FENS Geneva 2008.
  • Keisker, B., Kollias, S.S., Weniger D., The cerebral reorganization of language after damage:At the crossroads of neuroimaging and cognition. CNS New York 2007.
  • Keisker, B., Kleiser, R., Blickenstorfer, A., Hepp-Reymond, M-C., Kollias, S.S., Differences incortical activation during static and dynamic power grip force. INS Zurich 2006.
  • Keisker, B., Kleiser R., Blickenstorfer, A., Hepp-Reymond, M-C., Kollias, S.S., Differences in cortical and cerebellar force control? OHBM, Florence 2006.
  • Keisker, B., Kleiser, R., Blickenstorfer, A., Hepp-Reymond, M-C., Kollias, S.S., Differences in cortical activation during static and dynamic power grip force. OHBM, Florence 2006.

Vorträge

  • Keisker, B.  The anatomy of language. Findings from fMRI studies.  Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, 25.10.2010
  • Keisker, B.  Mapping of brain plasticity of motor and language networks following brain damage: fMRI investigations, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda/Washington DC, 27.05.2008.
  • Keisker, B. Patterns of recovery are modulated by task demands, SGNR, Aarau, 27.10.2007
  • Keisker, B.  Mapping of brain plasticity of motor and language networks: fMRI investigations,Neuroradiologisches Kolloquium über funktionelle Magnetresonanz, Zürich, 17.01.2007.
  • Keisker, B.  Differences in cortical activation during static and dynamic power grip force, NCCR meeting, Ittingen, 3.03.2006.
  • Keisker, B. Changes in brain activation during visually guided force generation after feedback removal, SGNR / SSN Basel, 28.01.2006.
  • Keisker, B.  Motor fMRI experiments for the assessment of rehabilitation treatment, Neuroradiologisches Kolloquium über funktionelle Magnetresonanz, Zürich, 02.11.2005.
  • Keisker, B. Differences in cortical and cerebellar force control? ZNZ Symposium, Zürich, 21.10.2005.
  • Keisker, B.. Reparaturverhalten im Gespräch zwischen Aphasikern. 3.     Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Aphasieforschung und –behandlung, Leipzig. 08.11. 2003.