Prof. Dr. WILFRID JÄNIG PhD

Dr. of Medicina, Universidad deTübingen, Hamburgo y Heidelberg.Tesis “Physiology and morphology of mechanoreceptors in the skin of the central pad of the cat hindpaw”, Univ. de Heidelberg. Advanced thesis (Habilitation), Univ. of Heidelberg

Profesor emérito del Dpto. of Fisiología, Universidad de Kiel, Alemania

Previous positions: Dpto. of Neurobiología and Comportamiento de la ciudad de New YorkProfesor of FisiologíaDpto. of Fisiología, Universidad de Kiel, AlemaniaProfesor de la Unidad de Neurobiología, Univ. Hebrea, Jerusalen, Israel; en el Dpto. of Fisiología Universidad de Melbourne, Universidad de Queensland/BrisbanePrince of Wales Medical Research Institute/Sydney; en el Dpto. de Medicina, Universidad de California, San Francisco; Presidential Chair of the University of California in Medicine and Dentistry y en la Universidad de Nagoya, Japón; Científico del Dpto. of Fisiología, Universidad de Bristol, UK

 

1993 Max-Planck-Prize (together with Prof. Elspeth McLachlan)

2007 Myers Fellowship, Howard Florey Institute, Melbourne, Australia 

 

Docencia: Principalmente en el campo de la Fisiología en Kiel desde 1973 a la actualidad. Temario: ANS, dolor, ANS y dolor, regulation neural del tracto gastrointestinal y órganos pélvicos, ANS y emociones.  Mecanismos neurobiológicos de la medicina manual/osteopática en Alemania, Italia, Austria, Países Bajor y España. 

Supervisor de 51 estudiantes  a su grado (doctoral thesis, PhD; 2 diplomas) y 12 postdoctoral fellows admás de la Organización de 12 International Scientific Meetings 

249 original papers o reviews59 capítulos en libros de texto104 capítilos de libroseditoriales o comments10 libros editados o journal issues, autor único de un libro

Interés investigador actual y pasado: Central & peripheral organization of the sympathetic nervous system; neural mechanisms of visceral pain: physiology and pathophysiology; neural mechanisms of neuropathic pain; sympathetic nervous system & pain; neuroendocrine & neural control of inflammation and hyperalgesia; neurobiological mechanisms underlying manual/osteopathic medicine 

 

 
 
Professor Michael L. Kuchera, DO, FAAO, FNAOME
Marian University - College of Osteopathic Medicine
 
Professor Stephen Tyreman PhD MA DO
Dean of Osteopathic Education Development
University College of Osteopathy
 
Hans-Georg Schaible, MD
Professor and Chairman
University Hospital Jena
Institute of Physiology/Neurophysiology
 
 
Torsten Liem M.Sc. Ost., M.Sc. paed. Ost., D.O., D.P.O.
Co-Principal of the Osteopathie Schule Deutschland GmbH (German Osteopathic School)
Director of the European Society of Pediatric Osteopathy
Member of the International Advisory Board of the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine
 
Gerard Álvarez Bustins, MSc, DO, PhD Student
Director of COME-Spain
 
Christian Fossum MSc, DO
Associate Professor and Head of Osteopathic Studies, Norwegian University
 
Professor Michael L. Kuchera, DO, FAAO, FNAOME
Marian University - College of Osteopathic Medicine
 
Professor Stephen Tyreman PhD MA DO
Dean of Osteopathic Education Development
University College of Osteopathy
 
Hans-Georg Schaible, MD
Professor and Chairman
University Hospital Jena
Institute of Physiology/Neurophysiology
 
Professor Jorge Esteves
Osteopath, PhD, MA, BSc, DO
Associate Professor, Instituto Piaget, Portugal
Honorary Professor, University College of Osteopathy, UK
 
Torsten Liem M.Sc. Ost., M.Sc. paed. Ost., D.O., D.P.O.
Co-Principal of the Osteopathie Schule Deutschland GmbH (German Osteopathic School)
Director of the European Society of Pediatric Osteopathy
Member of the International Advisory Board of the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine
 
Gerard Álvarez Bustins, MSc, DO, PhD Student
Director of COME-Spain
 
Christian Fossum MSc, DO
Associate Professor and Head of Osteopathic Studies, Norwegian University