Dr. Jan Rosner

Associate Member

MD (University of Heidelberg)
M.Sc. [Neurophysiology] (University of Heidelberg)
Ph.D. [Neuroscience] (University of British Columbia)
Neurology Fellowship (Balgrist University)
Postdoctoral Fellowship (Balgrist University)
Postdoctoral Fellowship (Aarhus University)

Research Interests

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Dr. Jan Rosner is a clinician-scientist in neurology with a particular interest in clinical and human experimental research related to neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury (SCI). He received his training in Switzerland at Balgrist University Hospital with Professor Armin Curt. Currently, he is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Danish Pain Research Center at Aarhus University, Denmark in Professor Nanna Finnerup’s research group. He is undertaking research projects related to central neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury. Dr. Rosner is also the Group Leader at the University of Bern’s Stroke Research Center (in Professor Claudio Bassetti’s group) where he supervises medical doctoral students, PhD trainees, and a postdoctoral fellow.

Dr. Rosner’s research focuses on the diagnosis and pathophysiology of neuropathic pain. His current research areas include spinal cord injury pain, degenerative cervical myelopathy, neurophysiological assessments of nociceptive pathways, and thermal sensory integration.

Recent Collaborations:

Since 2015, Dr. Rosner and ICORD PI, Dr. John Kramer, have collaborated closely on several research projects resulting in 12 joint, peer-reviewed publications as of 2023. Dr. Rosner also co-supervised a Master’s student at ICORD and regularly contributes to academic teaching.

Awards:

Some of Dr. Rosner’s recent major awards and accomplishments include:

  • 2021: Eberhard-Ketz Prize of the Pro Humanis Foundation in Neurorehabilitation (CHF 5000)

Recent publications

  • Yan, X et al.. 2024. Is Obesity a Risk Factor for Disorders of Amniotic Fluid?. J Ultrasound Med. doi: 10.1002/jum.16476.
  • Allmendinger, F et al.. 2024. Contact-Heat Evoked Potentials: Insights into Pain Processing in CRPS Type I.. J Pain Res. doi: 10.2147/JPR.S436645.
  • Mylius, V et al.. 2024. New ICD-11 diagnostic criteria for chronic secondary musculoskeletal pain associated with Parkinson disease.. Pain. doi: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000003138.
  • Rosner, J et al.. 2023. Central neuropathic pain.. Nat Rev Dis Primers. doi: 10.1038/s41572-023-00484-9.
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