01.10.2018

Giselher Guttmann Prize 2018 Goes to the Psychologist, Dr. Christine Blume

The Giselher Guttmann Prize 2018 of the Society for Neuropsychology Austria goes to the psychologist Dr. Christine Blume for her work on circadian rhythms in severely brain-damaged patients.

Christine Blume erhält den Giselher-Guttmann-Preis 2018 der Gesellschaft für Neuropsychologie Österreich (GNPÖ) für die Arbeit mit dem Titel "Body Rhythms in Concert? Integrity of Circadian Rhythms Predicts Consciousness Levels in Brain-Injured Patients", einer Studie, die gemeinsam mit den Kollegen des Schlaflabors der PLUS unter der Leitung von Prof. Manuel Schabus sowie Kollegen von der Christian-Doppler Klinik in Salzburg und der Albert-Schweitzer Klinik in Graz durchgeführt wurde. Der Preis wird jährlich für eine Arbeit auf dem Gebiet der klinischen Neuropsychologie vergeben und ist mit 500€ dotiert.

Dr. Christine Blume

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Univeristät Salzburg

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E-mail to Dr. Christine Blume

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