International Normal Aging and Plasticity Imaging Center

 

Msc. Sarah Hirsiger

Sarah Hirsinger

Contact

University of Zurich
International Normal Aging and Plasticity Imaging Center/ INAPIC
Andreasstrasse 15
8050 Zürich

Switzerland

Office: AND 4.84
Phone: +41 44 634 52 46
Fax: +41 44 634 53 88
E-Mail: s.hirsiger@inapic.uzh.ch

Central Research Interests

  • Neuronal plasticity in healthy ageing

Journal Articles

Meyer, M., Liem, F., Hirsiger, S., Jäncke, L. & Hänggi, J.. Cortical surface and cortical thickness demonstrate differential structural asymmetry in auditory-related areas of the human cortex. Manuscript under revision

Hirsiger, S., Pickett, K. & Konczak ,J. (2012). The integration of size and weight cues for perception and action: evidence for a weight-size illusion. Exp Brain Res.

Konczak, J., Pierscianek, D., Hirsiger, S., Bultmann, U., Schoch, B., Gizewski, E. R., Timmann, D., Ware maschke, & M., Frings, M. (2010). Recovery of upper limb function after cerebellar stroke: Lesion symptom mapping and arm kinematics. Stroke, 41, 2191-2200.

Monographies

Hirsiger, S. (2010). Differential Effect of Haptic Cues for Perception and Action: A Size-Weight and Weight-Size Illusion Study. Published master’s thesis, University of Minnesota, USA.

Education

since 08/2011 Fellow of the International Max Planck Research School „The Life Course: Evolutionary and Ontogenetic Dynamics“ (LIFE)
2010 MSc. in Human Movement Science, ETH Zurich, (Title of Master Thesis: Differential effect of haptic cues for perception and action: A size-weight and weight-size illusion study)
2005- 2010 Undergraduate and graduate studies in Human Movement Sciences, ETH Zurich

Professional Positions

Since 10/2010 Doctoral student, International Normal Aging and Plasticity Imaging Center, University of Zurich, Switzerland (PhD supervisor: Prof. Dr. Lutz Jäncke, Dr. Susan Mérillat)
08/2009- 05/2010 Research assistant, Human Sensorimotor Control Laboratory, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA
02/2009- 05/2009 Intern, Department of Psychology, Neuropsychology (Prof. Dr. Lutz Jäncke), University of Zurich, Switzerland