Prof. Dr. Clemens Kirschbaum
Kirschbaum,Clemens
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Personal Info

Education

07.1996

Habilitation, University of Trier (Venia legendi for psychology)

01.1991

Doctorate (Dr. rer.nat.) „summa cum laude“; University of Trier;
title of doctoral thesis: „Cortisolmessung im Speichel - Eine Methode der Biologischen Psychologie" (Measurement of cortisol in saliva – a psychobiological method)

07.1985

Diploma in Psychology (University of Münster)

Professional experience

10.2003 – current

Full Professor of Psychology, Technical University of Dresden

10.1999 – 09.2003

Full Professor of Psychology, University of Düsseldorf

12.1996 – 09.1999

Research fellow (Heisenberg scholarship from the German Research Foundation, DFG) at the Center for Psychobiological and Psychosomatic Research at the University of Trier

01.1992 – 03.1993

Postdoctoral education at the University of Rochester, N.Y., Department of Neuroanatomy and Neurobiology; Supervisor: D.L. Felten, M.D. Ph.D.

08.1991 – 11.1996

Assistant professor at the University of Trier

10.1986 – 08.1991

Teaching assistant at the University of Trier

08.1985 – 09.1986

Teaching assistant at the University of Münster

Scholarships / Awards

12.2008

Elsevier Citation Award for the Top Cited Paper in 2006 and 2007

02.1997

Innovation Award from the Foundation for the Advancement of the Center for Psychobiological and Psychosomatic Research ("Verein zur Förderung des Forschungszentrums für Psychobiologie und Psychosomatik")

10.1996

Heisenberg scholarship from the DFG

03.1996

Special Citation Award, Behavioral Medicine Research Society, Washington. First author: Dr. Mark Roy

06.1995

Neal Miller New Investigator Award, Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research

06.1992

Young Investigator Award, Society for the Immunocompromized Host, Boulder/Colorado, U.S.A.

11.1991

Dissertation award from the University of Trier

06.1990

Poster award of the German Society for Medical Psychology, Ulm.
First author: Dr. Angelika Buske-Kirschbaum

12.1988

European Science Foundation scholarship for attending the ESF winterschool "Brain, behaviour and the immune system"

12.1987

European Science Foundation scholarship for attending the ESF winterschool "Stress, Disease and the Brain"

07.1986 – 09.1986

Scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Program (DAAD) for visits to different psychoneuroimmunological research laboratories in the U.S.A.

Research grants

05.2009 – 04.2012

DFG: Psychological and physiological effects of chronic partial sleep deprivations in young parents,
KI 537/27-1

09.2008 – 08.2010

DFG: Effects of prenatal glucocorticoid medication on the infantile psychological development, health, cognition, concentration and stress response. KI 537/25-1

12.2008 – 11.2010

DFG: Predictors, consequences and convertibility of psychoneuroendocrine stress response in human with social phobia, KI 537/26-1

05.2007 – 04.2009

DFG: Analysis of endogenous cortisol concentration in human scalp hair: A retrospective calendar of cumulative cortisol exposure“ 1162/3-1

07.2006 – 06.2008

DFG: Chronic Stress through "repeated hits" and lack of adaptation? A biopsychological Investigation of the Allostatic Load-concept in amateur athletes. Ki 537/21

05.2005 – 01.2009

DFG: 5-HTTLPR Polymorphismus, emotional memory, Startle- response and stress Ki 537/20-1, 20-3

11.2003 – 10.2004

DFG: Neuronal correlates of psychosocial stress in humans, Ki 537/18

10.2002 – 09.2004

Psychosocial stress in Morbus Addison patients: Investigations of the teleological importance of the HPA stress response in humans

12.2000 – 06.2002

DFG: NF-κB DNA binding activity in response to acute psychosocial stress

01.2000 – 12.2001

DFG: Stress reactivity and glucorticoid sensitivity in healthy individuals and patients with atopic disease

06.1997 – 05.2000

DFG: Rapid habituation of endocrine stress responses: a protective factor for future health problems?

01.1997 – 12.1999

DFG: Investigations of protective effects of sex steroids in elderly individuals under psychological stress

05.1995 – 04.1997

German Research Foundation (DFG): Comparsion of endocrine responsiveness to psychological and physical stress and h-CRH in women using oral contraceptives

09.1993 – 08.1995

German Ministery of Research and Technology: Non-invasive stress monitoring by hormone assessment in saliva during space flights

07.1990 – 06.1991

Research Council for Smoking and Health (Forschungsrat für Rauchen und Gesundheit): Pituitary and adrenal responses to psychological and physical stress and to h-CRH in smokers and nonsmokers

04.1989 – 03.1991

DFG: Classical conditioning of natural killer cell activity in humans

 
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