Judith Brunn, M.D.

Neurologist FMH
Master of Public Health (MPH)
Certified Reviewer SIM

Migraines and headaches
General Neurology
Movement disorders
Vascular diseases

Since 09/2020 Neurologist, Headache Centre Hirslanden Ltd., Switzerland
2018 – 2020 Assistant Physician, Department of Neurology/Neurophysiology, Balgrist University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland
2016 – 2018 Assistant Physician, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland
2011 – 2016 Assistant Physician, Department of Neurology, University Hospital Hamburg Eppendorf, Germany
2019 Board-certified neurologist
2013 – 2018 Master of Public Health (MPH), Universities of Zurich, Bern, Basel
2004 – 2011 Study of human medicine at the University Greifswald, Germany
2018 Master Thesis: „Preventive interventions for young adults in nightlife: An overview of reviews with stakeholder involvement“
2002 Dissertation: „Influence of cerebrospinal fluid on the behaviour of human adult and fetal murine neural stem celles”

Brunn J, Brunner S, Mütsch M: Preventive Interventions for Young Adults in Nightlife: Coproduction for a Systematic Literature Assessment Followed by a Stakeholder Dialogue Process. Eur Addict Res 2021. doi: 10.1159/000511191

Brunn J, Wiroth V, Kowalski M, Runge U, Sabolek M: Valproic acid in normal therapeutic concentration has no neuroprotective or differentiation influencing effects on long term expanded murine neural stem cells, Epilepsy Research 2014, 108(4):623-633.

Judith Buddensiek: Influence of Cerebrospinal fluid on the behaviour of neuralstem cells: An in vitro study. Südwestdeutscher Verlag für Hochschulschriften AG Co. KG, ISBN 978-3-8381-3082-8.

Buddensiek J, Dressel A, Kowalski M, Runge U, Schroeder H, Hermann A, Kirsch M, Storch A, Sabolek M: Cerebrospinal fluid promotes survival and astroglial differentiation of adult human neural progenitor cells but inhibits proliferation and neuronal Differentiation, BMC neuroscience 2010, 11(1):48.

Buddensiek J, Dressel A, Kowalski M, Storch A, Sabolek M: Adult cerebrospinal fluid inhibits neurogenesis but facilitates gliogenesis from fetal rat neural stem cells, Journal of neuroscience research 2009, 87(14):3054-3066.

German Society of Neurology
Swiss Medical Association FMH
International Headache Society