Prof. Dr.

Frank Bremmer

Prof. Dr. Frank Bremmer

Prof. Dr. Frank Bremmer

Einen Schwerpunkt meiner aktuellen Forschung bilden (i) das Sehen während Augenbewegungen und (i) die multisensorische Enkodierung von Eigenbewegungsinformation bei Primaten. Ziel beider Forschungsrichtungen ist ein verbessertes Verständnis der neuronalen Repräsentation von Raum und Bewegung im menschlichen Gehirn.

In unseren Studien kombinieren wir neurophysiologische Ableitungen am Tiermodell mit behavioralen und bildgebenden Untersuchungen am Menschen. Zudem haben wir vor kurzem Zusammenarbeiten mit Kliniken des UKGM begonnen, um spezifische Störungen der Verarbeitung von Raum- und Bewegungsinformation bei neurologischen und psychiatrischen Patienten zu untersuchen.

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Philipps-Universität Marburg
FB 13 Neurophysik
Karl-von-Frisch-Straße 8a
35032 Marburg
+49 (0)6421 28 24 415
+49 (0)6421 28 24 168
00017 (Alte MPI-Baracke)
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  • Bremmer F, Churan J, Lappe M (2017). Heading representations in primates are compressed by saccades. Nature Communications, 8(1), 920. DOI find paper
  • Bremmer, F., Kaminiarz, A., Klingenhoefer, S., & Churan, J. (2016). Decoding Target Distance and Saccade Amplitude from Population Activity in the Macaque Lateral Intraparietal Area (LIP). Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 10:30. find paper
  • Churan J , Paul J, Klingenhoefer S, Bremmer F (2017). Integration of visual and tactile information in reproduction of traveled distance. J Neurophysiology, in press. DOI find paper
  • Dowiasch, S., Blohm, G., & Bremmer, F. (2016). Neural correlate of spatial (mis-) localization during smooth eye movements. European Journal of Neuroscience. DOI find paper
  • Dowiasch, S., Marx, S., Einhäuser, W., & Bremmer, F. (2015). Effects of aging on eye movements in the real world. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9:46.DOI find paper
  • Hesse P.N., Schmitt C., Klingenhoefer S. Bremmer F. (2017). Preattentive Processing of Numerical Visual Information. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11:70. DOI find paper
  • Kaminiarz A., Schlack A., Hoffmann K.P., Lappe M., Bremmer F. (2014). Visual selectivity for heading in the macaque ventral intraparietal area. Journal of Neurophysiology, 112 (10), 2470-80. find paper
  • Lich, M. & Bremmer, F. (2014). Self-Motion Perception in the Elderly. Front Hum Neurosci., 8:681.DOI find paper
  • M.W. Greenlee, S.M. Frank, M. Kaliuzhna, O. Blanke, F. Bremmer, J. Churan, L.F. Cuturi, P.R. MacNeilage, & A.T. Smith (2016). Multisensory integration in self motion perception. Multisensory Research. 29(6-7), 525-556. find paper
  • Morris, A. P., Bremmer, F., & Krekelberg, B. (2016). The Dorsal Visual System Predicts Future and Remembers Past Eye Position. Frontiers in systems neuroscience, 10. DOI find paper
  • Schmitt, C., Klingenhoefer, S., & Bremmer, F. (2018). Preattentive and Predictive Processing of Visual Motion. Scientific reports, 8(1), 12399.
  • Zimmermann, E., & Bremmer, F. (2016). Visual Neuroscience: The Puzzle of Perceptual Stability. (Dispatch) Current Biology, 26(5), R199-R201. find paper

Ältere projektrelevante Veröffentlichungen

  • Billino, J., Braun, D., Bremmer, F., & Gegenfurtner, K. (2011). Challenges to normal neural functioning provide insights into separability of motion processing mechanisms. Neuropsychologia, 49, 3151-3163.
  • Billino, J., Braun, D.I., Böhm, K.-D., Bremmer, F., & Gegenfurtner, K.R. (2009). Cortical networks for motion processing: Effects of focal brain lesions on perception of different motion types. Neuropsychologia, 47, 2133-2144.
  • Billino, J., Bremmer, F., & Gegenfurtner K.R. (2008). Differential aging of motion processing mechanisms: Evidence against general perceptual decline. Vision Research, 48, 1254-1261.
  • Bremmer F., Duhamel J.-R., Ben Hamed S., & Graf W. (2002). Heading encoding in the macaque ventral intraparietal area (VIP). European Journal of Neuroscience 16, 1554-1568.
  • Bremmer, F., Kubischik, M., Hoffmann, K.-P., & Krekelberg, B. (2009). Neural dynamics of saccadic suppression. Journal of Neuroscience, 29(40), 12374-12383.
  • Bremmer, F., Kubischik, M., Pekel, M., Hoffmann, K.P., & Lappe, M. (2010). Visual selectivity for heading in monkey area MST. Exp. Brain Res. 200, 51-60.
  • Bremmer, F., Schlack, A., Kaminiarz, A., & Hoffmann, K.P. (2013). Encoding of movement in near extrapersonal space in primate area VIP. Front Behav Neurosci 7:8. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00008.
  • Bremmer, F., Schlack, A., Shah, N.J., Zafiris, O., Kubischik, M., Hoffmann, K.-P., Zilles, K. & Fink, G.R. (2001). Polymodal motion processing in posterior parietal and premotor cortex: a human fMRI study strongly implies equivalencies between humans and monkeys. Neuron, 29, 287-296.
  • Duhamel, J.R., Bremmer, F., Ben Hamed, S. & Graf, W. (1997). Spatial invariance of visual receptive fields in parietal cortex neurons. Nature, 389, 845-848.
  • Kaminiarz, A. Koenigs, K., & Bremmer, F. (2009). Task influences on the dynamic properties of fast eye movements. Journal of Vision, 9(13), 1.1-11.
  • Krekelberg, B., Dannenberg, S., Hoffmann, K.-P., Bremmer, F. & Ross, J. (2003). Neural correlates of implied motion. Nature, 424, 674-677.
  • Morris, A.P., Kubischik, M., Hoffmann, K.-P., Krekelberg, B., & Bremmer, F. (2012). Dynamics of eye-position signals in the dorsal visual system. Current Biology 22(3), 173-9.
  • Schlack, A., Hoffmann, K.-P., & Bremmer, F. (2003). Selectivity of macaque area VIP for smooth pursuit eye movements. Journal of Physiology, 551(2), 551-561.
  • Schlack, A., Sterbing-D'Angelo, S.J., Hartung, K., Hoffmann, K.-P. & Bremmer, F. (2005). Multisensory space representations in the macaque ventral intraparietal area (VIP). Journal of Neuroscience, 25, 4616 – 4625.
  • von Hopffgarten, A., & Bremmer, F. (2011). Self-motion reproduction can be affected by associated auditory cues. Seeing & Perceiving 24, 203-222.