Vestibular (neurotology) research group
The vestibular system is primarily responsible for the control of visual gaze, posture and spatial orientation. Research of the vestibular research group focuses on common disorders of the vestibular system (Meniere’s disease, vestibular function loss and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) and is patient-oriented.
The vestibular research group works closely together with the Apeldoorn Dizziness Centre, which is one of the centers of expertise for dizziness in The Netherlands.
Interventions for Meniere’s disease: an umbrella systematic review. BMJ Evid Based Med 2021.
Video-head impulse test in patients with Meniere’s disease related to duration and stage of disease. J Vestib Res 2018.
Cerebral small vessel disease in elderly patients with vestibular neuritis. Front Neurol 2022.
Measurement properties of the Dizziness Handicap Inventory: a systematic review. Otol Neurotol 2022.
Saccades matter: reduced need for caloric testing of cochlear implant candidates by joint analysis of v-HIT gain and corrective saccades. Front Neurol 2021.
Our Team members
Prof. Dr. T.D. Bruintjes
Prof. P.P.G. van Benthem
Dr. B.F. van Esch
C.A. Fuentealba Bassaletti