Alina E. C. Panzel

Alina E. C. Panzel

Doctoral Candidate
Research interests: • cognitive modulation of pain processing • placebo and nocebo effect • effect of expectation and experience on pain perception • cortico-spinal imaging of pain

Academic education

2021–          Doctoral candidate, Max Planck School of Cognition, Leipzig, Germany
2019–2020 Master of Science in Clinical, Social & Cognitive Neuroscience, City, University of London, UK
2015–2019 Bachelor of Science in Biology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
2017–2018 The University of Melbourne, Australia (Semester abroad) 

 

Teaching

2021 Student Tutor in ‘Statistical models in MATLAB'

 

Publications

Schreyer, S., Klein, C., Pfeffer, A., Rasińska, J., Stahn, L., Knuth, K., Abuelnor, B., Panzel, A. E. C., Rex, A., Koch, S., Hemmati-Sadeghi, S., & Steiner, B. (2020). Chia seeds as a potential cognitive booster in the APP23 Alzheimer's disease model. Scientific Reports, 10(1):18215. doi:10.1038/s41598-020-75209-z

Schreyer, S., Berndt, N., Eckstein, J., Mülleder, M., Hemmati-Sadeghi, S., Klein, C., Abuelnor, B., Panzel, A., Meierhofer, D., Spranger, J., Steiner, B., & Brachs, S. (2021). Dietary-challenged mice with Alzheimer-like pathology show increased energy expenditure and reduced adipocyte hypertrophy and steatosis. Aging, 13(8), 10891–10919.

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