Senior researcher for the CHTD group and professor at the Faculty of Medicine at UiO
Uta Sailer is a senior researcher for the CHTD group and a professor at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo (UiO). She has a background in psychology and a PhD in medical sciences. Her current research focuses on the processing and experience of pleasant and unpleasant sensations (primarily touch and odours), and their physiological and behavioural consequences. Techniques employed are self-report, peripheral physiological measures, EEG, and fMRI.
Fjellaksel R, Oteiza A, Martin-Armas M, Riss PJ, Hjelstuen OK, Kuttner S, Hansen JH, Sundset R(2018) First in vivo evaluation of a potential SPECT brain radiotracer for the gonadotropin releasing hormone receptor BMC Res Notes, 11(1), 811 DOI 10.1186/s13104-018-3924-2, PubMed 30442192
Ask TF, Lugo RG, Sütterlin S(2018) The Neuro-Immuno-Senescence Integrative Model (NISIM) on the Negative Association Between Parasympathetic Activity and Cellular Senescence Front Neurosci, 12, 726 DOI 10.3389/fnins.2018.00726, PubMed 30369866
Vervoort T, Karos K, Johnson D, Sütterlin S, Van Ryckeghem D(2018) Parental emotion and pain control behaviour when faced with child's pain: the emotion regulatory role of parental pain-related attention-set shifting and heart rate variability Pain(in press) DOI 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001402, PubMed 30247182