Dr. Svenja Gremmler
© Marie Adorf
Dr. Svenja Gremmler
OCC Manager
University of Münster
Otto Creutzfeldt Center
Room 320b
Fliednerstraße 21
48149 Münster
Tel: 0251 8331361
svenja.gremmler(at)uni-muenster.de

Selected Publications

Gremmler, S., Lappe,  M. (2017). Saccadic suppression during voluntary and reactive saccades. Journal of Vision 17(8):8, 1-10

Meermeier, A., Gremmler, S., Richert, K., Eckermann, T., Lappe, M. (2017). The reward of seeing: different types of visual reward and their ability to modify oculomotor learning. Journal of Vision 17(12):11

Lencer, R., Meermeier, A. Silling, K., Gremmler, S., Lappe, M. (2016). Instability of visual error processing for sensorimotor adaptation in schizophrenia. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience.

Meermeier, A., Gremmler, S., Lappe, M. (2016) The influence of image content on oculomotor plasticity. Journal of Vision.

Wulff S, Bosco A, Havermann K, Placenti G, Fattori P, Lappe M (2012) Eye position effects in saccadic adaptation in macaque monkeys. J Neurophysiol 108:2819–2826. doi:10.1152/jn.00212.2012.

Academic CV

since 09/2017 Manager of the Otto Creutzfeldt Center, University of Münster
2013-today Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Psychology, University of Münster
2013 PhD in Biology, University of Münster, Thesis: 'Reference frames and modification of target representation in oculomotor learning'
2009-2013 Doctoral student, Institute of Psychology, University of Münster
2009 Diploma thesis, Institute of Nuclear Physics, University of Münster, Title: Position Resolution and Zero Suppression of the ALICE TRD at LHC
2003-2009 Studies in Physics, University of Münster

Research Database CRIS@WWU

  • Publications

    • Gremmler S., Lappe M. . ‘Postsaccadic eye position contributes to oculomotor error estimation insaccadic adaptation.’ Journal of Neurophysiology 122: 1909-1917.
    • Meermeier, A., Gremmler, S., Richert, K., Eckermann, T., Lappe, M. . ‘The reward of seeing: different types of visual reward and their ability to modify oculomotor learning.Journal of Vision 12.
    • Gremmler, S., Lappe, M. . ‘Gremmler, S., Lappe, M. (2017) Saccadic suppression during voluntary versus reactive saccades. 17(8):8, 1–10.’ Journal of Vision 17 (8): 1-10.
    • Meermeier, A., Gremmler, S., Lappe, M. . ‘New is always better - Novelty modulates oculomotor learning.Journal of Vision 11.
    • Lencer, R., Meermeier, A., Silling, K., Gremmler, S., Lappe, M. . ‘Instability of visual error processing for sensorimotor adaptation in schizophrenia.’ European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 2016.
    • Gremmler, S., Lappe, M. . ‘Saccadic adaptation is associated with starting eye position.’ Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2016.
    • Meermeier, A., Gremmler, S., Lappe, M. (2016). . ‘The influence of image content on oculomotor plasticity.’ Journal of Vision 16(8).
    • Gremmler S, Bosco A, Fattori P, Lappe M. . ‘Saccadic adaptation shapes visual space in macaques.’ Journal of neurophysiology 111, No. 9: 1846-1851. doi: 10.1152/jn.00709.2013.