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Prof. Dr. Christoph Ploner

Coordinator of teaching Block C - Clinical Neuroscience of the MSc program

Department of Neurology - Charité

Research Focus

  • Mechanisms and brain regions involved in selection, perception and memory of visuo-spatial information
  • Role of the prefrontal cortex, the hippocampus and their interactions for spatial short-term memory ("working memory")
  • Role of spatial working memory for human behavior
  • Mechanisms the brain uses to integrate the rapid series of snapshots acquired by fast eye movements ("saccades") to a seemingly immediate and stable representation of the entire visual scene.