Andrew H. Clarke, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Otolaryngol. Dept., Campus Benjamin Franklin Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany 
Area:
Theoretical and clinical vestibular research
Website:
http://www.charite.de/hno-cbf/vestibularlab/
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Clarke AH, Schönfeld U. (2015) Modification of unilateral otolith responses following spaceflight. Experimental Brain Research
Luxa N, Salanova M, Schiffl G, et al. (2013) Increased myofiber remodelling and NFATc1-myonuclear translocation in rat postural skeletal muscle after experimental vestibular deafferentation Journal of Vestibular Research: Equilibrium and Orientation. 23: 187-193
Salanova M, Schiffl G, Gutsmann M, et al. (2013) Nitrosative stress in human skeletal muscle attenuated by exercise countermeasure after chronic disuse Redox Biology. 1: 514-526
Clarke AH, Just K, Krzok W, et al. (2013) Listing's plane and the 3D-VOR in microgravity--the role of the otolith afferences. Journal of Vestibular Research : Equilibrium & Orientation. 23: 61-70
Schönfeld U, Clarke AH. (2011) A clinical study of the subjective visual vertical during unilateral centrifugation and static tilt. Acta Oto-Laryngologica. 131: 1040-50
Clarke AH. (2010) Laboratory testing of the vestibular system. Current Opinion in Otolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery. 18: 425-30
Schönfeld U, Helling K, Clarke AH. (2010) Evidence of unilateral isolated utricular hypofunction. Acta Oto-Laryngologica. 130: 702-7
Haslwanter T, Clarke AH. (2010) Eye movement measurement. electro-oculography and video-oculography Handbook of Clinical Neurophysiology. 9: 61-79
Clarke AH, Baartz FJ. (2010) Vestibular research during spaceflight - The role of the gravity vector Ifmbe Proceedings. 31: 7-9
Schlosser HG, Lindemann JN, Vajkoczy P, et al. (2009) Vestibulo-ocular monitoring as a predictor of outcome after severe traumatic brain injury. Critical Care (London, England). 13: R192
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