Dr. rer. nat. Dr. med.
o. Professor emeritus
Director Institute for Physiology 1977 – 2000
University Hospital Hamburg Eppendorf
Member of the Academy of Sciences Hamburg
membrane physiology, receptor physiology,
pain processing in man, functional brain imaging
B. Bromm started with investigations on sodium-inward rectification in membranes of nerve and muscle membrane causing repetitive firing, decisive for the information processing in the cns (PhD at Kiel University).
In Hamburg he and colleagues investigated methods to measure pain states in man, in particular by pain related brain potentials in multilead EEG and MEG.
Being Emeritus he is involved in psychophysiological questions on pain, attention, and consciousness.
Institute for Neurophysiology and Pathophysiology
University Hospital Eppendorf
T: +49 431 570 89 40
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