Claudia Buß

Claudia Buß, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.

Univ.-Professorin (W2)

Institut für Medizinische Psychologie
Luisenstraße 57
10117 Berlin
Raum: 005

t: +49 30 450 529 224
f: +49 30 450 529 990
Email: claudia.buss(at)charite.de

 

 

Interessen

Prä- und postnatale Programmierung der Gehirnentwicklung und kognitiven Leistungsfähigkeit, Stressbiologie während der Schwangerschaft, Transgenerationale Transmission früher traumatischer Erfahrungen

CV

Studium der Psychologie an der Universität Trier und Promotion in der Psychobiologie an der Universität Trier und der McGill University in Montreal, Kanada (2006). Postdoktorandin an der University of California Irvine, USA (seit 2010 als Assistant Professor). CV english (pdf).

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Buss C, Lord C, Wadiwalla M, Hellhammer DH, Meaney MJ, Lupien SJ, Pruessner JC. Maternal Care Modulates the Relationship between Prenatal Risk and Hippocampal Volume in Women but Not in Men. Journal of Neuroscience, 2007; 27(10):2592-5. 

Buss C, Davis EP, Muftuler T, Head K, Sandman CA. High Pregnancy Anxiety during Mid-gestation is Associated with Decreased Gray Matter Density in 6-9 year-old Children. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 2010; 35(1):141-53. 

Buss C, Davis EP, Shahbaba B, Pruessner JC, Head K, Sandman CA. Maternal Cortisol over the Course of Pregnancy and Subsequent Child Amygdala Volume and Affective Problems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2012; 09(20):E1312-9.

Buss C/Entringer S, Davis EP, Hobel CJ, Swanson JM, Wadhwa PW, Sandman CA. Impaired Executive Function Mediates the Association between Pre-pregnancy BMI and Child ADHD Symptoms. PLoS One, 2012; 7(6):E37758.

Buss C, Entringer S, Wadhwa PD. Fetal Programming of Brain Development - Role of Intrauterine Stress and Stress Biology in Susceptibility for Psychopathology. Science Signaling, 2012; 5(245):pt7.

Projekte

Fetal Programming of the Newborn and Infant Human Brain (R01 funded by National Institutes of Mental Health)

Fetal Programming of Brain Functional Connectivity in Neonates and Infants (supplement to R01 funded by National Institutes of Mental Health)

Brown Adipose Tissue and its Metabolic Correlates in Human Newborns and Infants (R21 funded by National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Biological Mechanisms of Transgenerational Transmission of Early Life Stress (ERA-Net Neuron consortium, funded by the European Commission)