I am a professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at Charité Berlin, where I lead the ERC-funded research group Multisensory Integration. Our research focuses on the question how bottom-up and higher cognitive processes influence unisensory and multisensory processing in the human brain. My research group examines neural synchrony in healthy persons and clinical populations. Our studies also look at multisensory processing in the nociceptive system.
April 2013: Neuroimage article on the impact of noise on audiovisual speech processing, by Inga Schepers
February 2013: Neuroimage article on crossmodal biasing of pain, by Ulrich Pomper
November 22, 2012: Symposium on pain processing in psychiatric disorders at the DGPPN
September 2012: Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience article on visual attention capture and multisensory speech processing, by Hanna Krause
July 2012: Acceptance into a W2 Professorship of Clinical Neuropsychology at the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Charité, University Medicine Berlin
Daniel Senkowski, Ph.D.
Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Charité, University Medicine Berlin