Participants

You will find here a list of 34 of the 70 participants of the EPN, organized by locations.

Go to:    Bulgaria    Denmark    France    Germany    Israel    Italy    The Netherlands    Sweden    United Kingdom    United States
 

 

Bulgaria

 

Plovdiv

Mariya Ivanovska, MD PhD

Department of microbiology and immunology, Medical University

and Laboratory of Clinical Immunology, University hospital ”St. George”

marijaku87(at)yahoo.com

Main areas (selected): Immune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathwaysImmune consequences of stress;

Homepage    Facebook    Selected publications
 

 

Denmark

 

Copenhagen

Michael Benros, PhD

Mental Health Center Copenhagen

Michael.Eriksen.Benros(at)regionh.dk

Main areas (selected): Immunopsychiatry

Twitter    Selected publications
 

 

France

 

Bordeaux

Jan-Pieter Konsman, PhD

Aquitaine Institute for Cognitive and Integrative Neuroscience, CNRS

jan-pieter.konsman(at)u-bordeaux.fr

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Selected publications

 
Agnes Nadjar, PhD

NutriNeuro, University of Bordeaux/INRA

agnes.nadjar(at)u-bordeaux.fr

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesNutritional modulation of behavior

Homepage    Twitter    Selected publications
 

 

Germany

 

Berlin

Karin de Punder, PhD

Institute of Medical Psychology, Charité – Universitätsmedizin

karin.de-punder(at)charite.de

Main areas (selected): Immune consequences of stressImmunopsychiatry

Selected publications
 

 

Dortmund

Silvia Capellino, PhD

Junior Research Group “Neuroimmunology”, Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors

Capellino(at)ifado.de

Main areas (selected): Immune consequences of stressImmunopsychiatry

Homepage    Twitter    Selected publications
 

 

Erlangen

Nicolas Rohleder, PhD, Professor

Chair of Health Psychology, Institute of Psychology, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

rohleder(at)brandeis.edu

Main areas (selected): Immune consequences of stressImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Homepage    Twitter    Selected publications
 

 

Essen

Sigrid Elsenbruch, PhD, Professor

Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Immunobiology, University Hospital Essen

sigrid.elsenbruch(at)uk-essen.de

Main areas (selected): Role of the immune system in pain disordersBrain-gut and gut-brain axes

Homepage    Selected publications

 
Harald Engler, PhD, Professor

Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Immunobiology, University Hospital Essen

harald.engler(at)uk-essen.de

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesImmunopsychiatry

Homepage    Selected publications

 
Martin Hadamitzky, PhD

Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Immunobiology, University Hospital Essen

martin.hadamitzky(at)uk-essen.de

Main areas (selected): Placebo immunomodulationImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Homepage    Twitter    Selected publications

 
Manfred Schedlowski, PhD, Professor

Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Immunobiology, University Hospital Essen

manfred.schedlowski(at)uk-essen.de

Main areas (selected): Placebo immunomodulation; Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challenges

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Giessen

Christoph Rummel, PhD

Institute for Veterinary Physiology and Biochemistry, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen

Christoph.D.Rummel(at)vetmed.uni-giessen.de

Main areas (selected): Obesity and neuro-immune interactionsImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Selected publications

 
Eva Peters, PhD, Professor

Psychoneuroimmunology Laboratory, Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen

eva.peters(at)eva-peters.com

Main areas (selected): Immune consequences of stress; Brain-skin and skin-brain axis

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Hannover

Karsten Krüger, PhD, Professor

Institute of Sports Science, Dept. of Exercise and Health, Leibniz University

karsten.krueger(at)sportwiss.uni-hannover.de

Main areas (selected): Immune consequences of stress; Exercise, brain and immune interactions

Homepage    Selected publications

 

 

Regensburg

Rainer H Straub, PhD, Professor

Lab. of Experimental Rheumatology and Neuroendocrine Immunology, University Hospital

rainer.straub(at)ukr.de

Main areas (selected): Immune consequences of stressObesity and neuro-immune interactions

Homepage    Selected publications

 

 

Israel

 

Tel Aviv

Shamgar Ben-Eliyahu, PhD, Professor

Psychoneuroimmunology lab, Tel Aviv University

shamgar(at)post.tau.ac.il

Main areas (selected): Immune consequences of stressImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Selected publications

 

 

Italy

 

Varese

Marco Cosentino, PhD

Center of Research in Medical Pharmacology, University of Insubria

Marco.Cosentino(at)uninsubria.it

Main areas (selected): Role of the immune system in the diseases of the central nervous systemImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Homepage    Twitter    Facebook    Selected publications

 
Franca Marino, PhD

Center of Research in Medical Pharmacology, University of Insubria

Franca.Marino(at)uninsubria.it

Main areas (selected): Role of the immune system in the diseases of the central nervous systemImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Homepage    Selected publications

 

 

The Netherlands

 

Groningen

Ulrich Eisel, PhD, Professor

GELIFES, Molecular Neurobiology, University of Groningen

u.l.m.eisel(at)rug.nl

Main areas (selected): ImmunopsychiatryRole of the immune system in the diseases of the central nervous system

Homepage    Selected publications

 

 

Nijmegen

Marieke van der Schaaf, PhD

Radboud UMC, dept of Psychiatry, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Centre for Neuroimaging

M.vanderschaaf(at)donders.ru.nl

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesRole of the immune system in motivational processes and fatigue

Homepage    Twitter    Selected publications

 

 

Utrecht

S. Mechiel Korte, PhD

NeuroImmunoPharmacology, UIPS, Utrecht University

S.M.Korte(at)uu.nl

Main areas (selected): ImmunopsychiatryRole of the immune system in motivational processes and fatigue

Homepage    Twitter    Selected publications

 

 

Sweden

 

Linköping

Anders Blomqvist, PhD

Division of Neurobiology, Dept Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Faculty Medicine and Health, Linköping University

anders.blomqvist(at)liu.se

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Selected publications
 

 

Stockholm

Anna Andreasson, PhD

Stress Research Institute, Stockholm University

and Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet

anna.andreasson(at)su.se

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesBrain-gut and gut-brain axes

Homepage    Selected publications

 
John Axelsson, PhD, Professor

Stress Research Institute, Stockholm University

and Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet

john.axelsson(at)su.se

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesRole of the immune system in motivational processes and fatigue

Homepage    Selected publications

 
Eva Kosek, PhD

Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet

eva.kosek(at)ki.se

Main areas (selected): Role of the immune system in pain disordersImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Homepage

 

Julie Lasselin, PhD

Stress Research Institute, Stockholm University

julie.lasselin(at)su.se

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challenges; Role of the immune system in motivational processes and fatigue

Homepage    Twitter    Selected publications

 
Mats Lekander, PhD, Professor

Stress Research Institute, Stockholm University

and Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet

mats.lekander(at)ki.se

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesRole of the immune system in motivational processes and fatigue

Homepage    Twitter    Selected publications
 

 

United Kingdom

 

Brighton

Neil Harrison, PhD, Professor

Immunopsychiatry Lab, University of Sussex

n.harrison(at)bsms.ac.uk

Main areas (selected): ImmunopsychiatryBehavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challenges

Homepage    Twitter     Selected publications
 

 

Cambridge

Golam Khandaker, PhD

Inflammation and Psychiatry Research Group, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge

gmk24(at)medschl.cam.ac.uk

Main areas (selected): ImmunopsychiatryRole of the immune system in the diseases of the central nervous system

Homepage    Selected publications

 

 

United States (with strong European link)

 

Palo Alto, California

Bianka Karshikoff, PhD

Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Stanford University

and Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet

biakar(at)stanford.edu

Main areas (selected): Role of the immune system in pain disordersBehavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challenges

Selected publications

 

 

Houston, Texas

Robert Dantzer, PhD, Professor

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Rdantzer(at)mdanderson.org

Main areas (selected): Role of the immune system in motivational processes and fatigueImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Selected publications

 
Annemieke Kavelaars, PhD, Professor

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

AKavelaars(at)mdanderson.org

Main areas (selected): Role of the immune system in pain disordersImmune-to-brain and brain-to-immune communication pathways

Twitter     Selected publications

 
Tamara Lacourt, PhD

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

tlacourt(at)mdanderson.org

Main areas (selected): Role of the immune system in motivational processes and fatigueBehavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challenges

Twitter     Selected publications

 
Geoffroy Laumet, PhD

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

golaumet(at)mdanderson.org

Main areas (selected): Behavioral and neuronal consequences of immune challengesRole of the immune system in pain disorders;

Selected publications