Christopher J Bockisch

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Curriculum vitae

Personal
Education
Work
Grants
Teaching
Awards
Professional citizenship
Research Interests
Methods
Publications
Presentations

Personal

Born 21 November 1967 in Tucson, Arizona, USA.
Hobbies include photography, hiking, and skiing.


Education

University of Zürich, Faculty of Medicine, Habilitation.  2014.
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Doctoral Degree in Psychology, 1996. Penn Psychology
University of Pennsylvania, Masters Degree in Psychology, 1991.
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ USA. Bachelor of Arts. Graduated with honors. 1990. U of A Psychology


Work

Oberassistent, Departments of Neurology, Ophthalmology, and Otorhinolaryngology. University Hospital Zürich, Switzerland.Oct 2004-present. VestLab Zürich
Postdoctoral fellow. University Hospital Zürich, Dept of Neurology. Zürich, Switzerland. Jan 2000 - Sep 2004.
Postdoctoral fellow. Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute. San Francisco, USA. June 1996- Dec 1999. SK JMM Lab
Research assistant. Human Vision Research Lab, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA. Jan 1996-April 1996. Penn Psychology
Computer programmer. Monell Chemical Senses Institute, Philadelphia, USA. 3/96-4/96.


Grants

Swiss National Science Foundation, ‘Pathophysiology of the ocular motor integrator - Alexander’s law’, co-investigator (principal investigator: S. Hegemann).
Center of Integrative Human Physiology, University of Zürich, 'Gaze control during obstacle walking', principal investigator, co-investigators (principal investigator: D Straumann)


Teaching

University of Zürich

Aspects of sensorymotor transformation, 2010
Human Biologie 404 & 406, Spring 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Preparatory courses in statistics; MatLab. Fall 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009 (ZNZ).

University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA. USA.

Instructor of Psychology 111 (Sensation and Perception): Fall semester, 1994; Summer 1994; Summer, 1993.

Teaching assistantships: Developmental Psychology (Fall, 1991); Human Information Processing (Spring, 1992); Perception (Fall, 1992); Introduction to Psychology (Spring, 1994); Computer statistical package consultant (Fall, 1995).


Awards

Rachel C. Atkinson Fellowship for Eye Research Award, 1996.
National Research Service Award from the National Institutes of Health, 1993 and 1994.
National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates Award, 1989.
Fellowship to Workshop on Vision, Univ of Rochester, 1989.


Professional Citizenship

Workshop participant, "Assessment of the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Research Plan in
Life and Physical Sciences and Application in Space”, organized by the European Science Foundation,
Obernai, FR, May 10-12, 2004.

Member of the Society for Neuroscience, Zurich Center for Integrative Human Physiology

Scientific reviewer for:

European Journal of Neuroscience
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Vision Research
Journal of Neurophysiology
Nature & Nature Neuroscience
Perception

ESA bed rest grant reviewer


Research Interests

I am interested in how the nervous system integrates sensory information with prior knowledge in order to guide behavior. Our sensations are determined in part by our own actions, and our nervous system makes use of expectations of the consequences of our actions to interpret sensory information. For example, the nervous system makes use of knowledge about eye movements to interpret retinal position and motion information. My research has focused on visual and vestibular sensory systems, and oculo-motor and manual actions, using psychophysical and behavioral measurement techniques.

In the future I hope to continue investigations of sensory-motor interactions in more natural surroundings. Studies of the visual system often involve seated subjects, often with the head restrained, and viewing a computer monitor with small visual stimuli; vestibular studies often have the subject securely restrained on a moving chair experiencing passive motion. The reasons for limiting experiments in such ways are clear, because it allows highly precise measurements in well-defined situations. However, such conditions do not involve typical movement patterns, nor do they allow the subject full use of expectations of sensory stimulation that result from planned movements. In the future I hope to study sensory-motor systems with subjects walking and moving naturally, utilizing normal movement patterns and experiencing typical sensory responses. The challenge will be to develop techniques that allow precise measurements within well-controlled experiments.


Methods

Software: MatLab, LabView, SPlus, C, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator.

Movement analysis: scleral search coils; photoelectric limbus-reflection; miniBird magnetic motion tracking, video oculography.


Publications

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Müller JA, Bockisch CJ, Tarnutzer AA. Spatial orientation in patients with chronic unilateral vestibular hypofunction is ipsilesionally distorted. Clin Neurophysiol. 2016 Oct;127(10):3243-51. doi: 10.1016/j.clinph.2016.07.010. Epub 2016 Jul 28. Article

Tarnutzer AA, Bockisch CJ, Buffone E, Weiler S, Bachmann LM, Weber KP.  (2016).  Disease-specific sparing of the anterior semicircular canals in bilateral vestibulopathy.  Clinical Neurophysiology.  doi: 10.1016/j.clinph.2016.05.005  Article

Drakul A, Bockisch CJ, Tarnutzer AA. Does gravity influence the visual line bisection task? J Neurophysiol. 2016 May 25:jn.00312.2016. doi: 10.1152/jn.00312.2016. Article

Rinaldi L, Brugger P, Bockisch CJ, Bertolini G, Girelli L. Keeping an eye on serial order: Ocular movements bind space and time. Cognition. 2015 Sep;142:291-8. doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2015.05.022. Article

Colagiorgio P, Bertolini G, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Ramat S. Multiple timescales in the adaptation of the rotational VOR. J Neurophysiol. 2015 May 1;113(9):3130-42. doi: 10.1152/jn.00688.2014. Article

Tarnutzer AA, Wichmann W, Straumann D, Bockisch CJ. (2014). The ceretellar nodulus: Perceptual and ocular processing of graviceptive input. Ann Neurol. 2015
Feb;77(2):343-7. doi: 10.1002/ana.24329. Epub 2014 Dec 24. Article

Tarnutzer AA,  Bockisch CJ, Straumann D,  Marti S, Bertolini G. (2014). Static roll-tilt over five minutes locally distorts the internal estimate of direction of gravity. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2014 Dec 1;112(11):2672-9. doi: 10.1152/jn.00540.2014. Article

Valko  Y, Werth E, Bockisch CJ,  Valko PO, Weber KP. (2014). Polysomnography reveals nystagmus from benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. Sleep medicine.  2014
Jul;15(7):840-2. doi: 10.1016/j.sleep.2013.12.018. Article

Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Weber KP. (2014).  Curing a 96-year-old patient afflicted with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo on a motorized turntable.  Clinical interventions in aging, 9, 589. Article

Boselli, F and Kleiser, L and Bockisch, CJ and Hegemann, SCA and Obrist, D. (2014). Quantitative analysis of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo fatigue under canalithiasis conditions. Journal of Biomechanics, 47,8, 1853-1860. Article

Chen CC, Huang MY, Weber KP, Straumann D, Bockisch CJ. (2014). Afternystagmus in darkness after suppression of optokinetic nystagmus: an interaction of motion aftereffect and retinal afterimages.  Experimental Brain Research.  Sep;232(9):2891-8. doi:  10.1007/s00221-014-3971-4.  Article

Chen CC, Bockisch CJ, Olasagasti I, Weber KP, Straumann D, Huang MY. (2014). Positive  or negative feedback of optokinetic signals: Degree of the misrouted optic flow
determines system dynamics of human ocular motor behavior. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2014 Mar 4. pii: iovs.13-12750v1. doi: 10.1167/iovs.13-12750. Article

Barath K, Schuknecht B, Naldi AM, Schrepher T, Bockisch CJ, Hegemann SCA. (2014). Detection and Grading of Endolymphatic Hydrops in Meniere Disease Using MR Imaging.
AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2014 Jul;35(7):1387-92. doi: 10.3174/ajnr.A3856.  Article

Chen CC, Bockisch CJ, Bertolini G, Olasagasti I, Neuhauss SCF , Weber KP,  Straumann D, Huang MYY. (2014). Velocity storage mechanism in zebrafish larvae.  The Journal of Physiology. 592 (1), 203-214. Article

Colagiorgio P,  Bertolini G,  Bockisch CJ,  Straumann D,  Ramat S (2013). Dynamics of Learning in the Open Loop VOR (2013). Mediterranean Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing.

Tarnutzer AA,  Bertolini G , Bockisch CJ,  Straumann D,  Marti S. (2013) Modulation of Internal Estimates of Gravity during and after Prolonged Roll-Tilts. PLPLoS One.
2013 Oct 10;8(10):e78079. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0078079.  Article

Tarnutzer AA,  Bockisch CJ,  Straumann D (2013). Visually guided adjustments of body posture in the roll plane. Experimental Brain Research, 1-10.  Article

Bertolini, G, Tarnutzer AA, Olasagasti I, Khojasteh E, Weber KP, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Marti S. (2013). Gaze holding in healthy subjects. PLoS One. 2013 Apr
26;8(4):e61389. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0061389. Article
 
Bockisch CJ, Khojasteh E,  Straumann D, Hegemann SC. (2013).  Eye position dependency of nystagmus during constant vestibular stimulation.  Exp Brain Res. 2013
Apr;226(2):175-82. doi: 10.1007/s00221-013-3423-6. Article

Khojasteh E, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Hegemann SC.  (2012).  A re-examination of the time constant of the oculomotor neural integrator in human.  Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012 Aug;2012:4780-3. doi: 10.1109/EMBC.2012.6347036.

Khojasteh E, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Hegemann SC. (2012). A mechanism for eye position effects on spontaneous nystagmus.
Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012 Aug;2012:3572-5. doi: 10.1109/EMBC.2012.6346738.

Bjasch D, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Tarnutzer AA (2012).   Differential effects of visual feedback on subjective visual vertical accuracy and Precision.  PLoS one, 7 (11), e49311.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049311.

Bockisch CJ, Khojasteh E,  Straumann D, Hegemann SC. (2012).  Development of eye position dependency of slow phase velocity during caloric stimulation, PLoS one, 7, 12, e51409,  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051409.

Khojasteh E, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Hegemann SC. (2012)  A dynamic model for eye-position-dependence of spontaneous nystagmus in acute unilateral vestibular deficit (Alexander's Law). Eur J Neurosci. 2012 Oct 29. doi: 10.1111/ejn.12030.

Tarnutzer AA, Schuler JR, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D. (2012). Hysteresis of haptic vertical and straight ahead in healthy human subjects. BMC Neurosci. 2012 Sep 22;13(1):114.

Bertolini, G,  Ramat S, Bockisch CJ,  Marti S, Straumann D, Palla A. (2012).  Is vestibular self-motion perception controlled by the velocity storage? Insights from patients with chronic degeneration of the vestibulo-cerebellum.  PLoS ONE,  7(6):e36763.

Khojasteh E, Bockisch CJ, Straumann DS, Hegemann SCA (2012). A re-examination of the time constant of the oculomotor neural integrator in human.  Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, San Diego, CA, USA.

Khojasteh E, Bockisch CJ, Straumann DS, Hegemann SCA  (2012). A mechanism for eye position effects on spontaneous nystagmus”, Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, San Diego, CA, USA.

Tarnutzer, AA,  Bockisch CJ, Olasagsti, I, Straumann, D  (2012). Egocentric and allocentric alignment tasks are affected by otolith input.  Journal of Neurophysiology, Jun;107(11):3095-106.

Straumann, D.  Bockisch CJ.  (2011).  Neurophysiology:  Vertigo in MRI Machines.  Current Biology, 21, 19, R806-R807.

Olasagasti I, Bockisch CJ, Zee D, Straumann D.  (2011).  Dynamic cyclovergence during vertical translation in humans.  Journal of Neuroscience.  31, 27,9991-7.

Keller Chandra S, Bockisch CJ,  Dietz V,  Hegemann SC,  Straumann D,  van Hedel HJ (2011). Gaze strategies for avoiding obstacles: differences between young and elderly subjects.  Gait and Posture, 34(3), 340-6.

Tatalias M,  Bockisch CJ, Bertolini G, Straumann D, Palla A.  (2011).  Antihysteresis of perceived longitudinal body axis during continuous quasi-static whole-body rotation in the earth-vertical roll plane. Experimental Brain Research.  209,3, 442-54.

Bertolini G, Ramat S, Laurens J, Bockisch CJ, Marti S, Straumann D, Palla A. Velocity storage contribution to vestibular self-motion perception in healthy human subjects. J Neurophysiol. 2010 Nov 10.

Schuler  JR, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Tarnutzer AA. (2010).   Precision and accuracy of the subjective haptic vertical in the roll plane.  BMC Neuroscience, 11(1):83.

Valko Y,  Hegemann S, Weber KP,  Straumann D, Bockisch CB.  (2010).  Relative diagnostic value of ocular vestibular evoked potentials and the subjective visual vertical during tilt and eccentric rotation.  Clinical Neurophysiology, 122,2, 398-404.

Vital D, Hegemann S, Straumann D, Bergamin O, Bockisch C, Probst, R. (2010). A New Dynamic Visual Acuity Test To Assess Peripheral Vestibular Function. Archives of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, 136,7, 686-91.

Loetscher T, Bockisch CJ, Nicholls MER, Brugger P. (2010). Eye position predict what number you have in mind. Current Biology, 20,6, R264-R265.   (Commentaries:   New Scientist.  Science News,  Physorg)

Tarnutzer AA, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D. (2010). Roll-dependent modulation of the subjective visual vertical: Contributions of head- and trunk-based signals. Journal of Neurophysiology, 103, 2, 934-941.

Laurens J, Awai L, Bockisch CJ, Hegemann S, van Hedel HJ, Dietz V, Straumann D. (2010). Visual contribution to postural stability: Interaction between target fixation or tracking and static or dynamic large-field stimulus. Gait Posture, 31, 1, 37-41.

Tarnutzer AA, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, I. Olasagasti (2009). Gravity-dependence of subjective visual vertical variability. Journal of Neurophysiology. 102, 3, 1657-1671.

Tarnutzer AA, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D (2009). Head roll dependent variability of subjective visual vertical and ocular counterroll. Experimental Brain Research, 195, 621-6.

Weber, KP, Bockisch CJ, Olasagasti I, Straumann, D. (2009). Modulation of Saccade Curvature by Ocular Counterroll. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci., 50, 1158-1167. (Letter to the Editor)

Bertolini G, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Zee DS, Ramat S. (2008). Estimating the time constant of pitch rVOR by separation of otoliths and semicircular canals contributions. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2008;1:1060-3.

Bockisch CJ, Hegemann, S. (2008). Alexander’s law and the oculomotor neural integrator: three-dimensional eye velocity in patients with an acute vestibular asymmetry. Journal of Neurophysiology, 100(6):3105-16.

Olasagasti I, Bockisch CJ, Zee DS, Straumann D. (2008). Cyclovergence evoked by up-down acceleration along longitudinal axis in humans. Progress in Brain Research, 171, 319-22.

Bertolini G, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Zee DS, Ramat S. (2008). Do humans show velocity-storage in the vertical rVOR? Progress in Brain Research. 171, 207-10.

Straumann, D. Bockisch CJ, Weber KP. (2008). Dynamic aspects of trochlear nerve palsy. Progress in Brain Research, 171, 53-58.

Loetscher, T, Bockisch CJ, Brugger, P. (2008). Looking for the answer: the mind's eye in number space. Neuroscience, 151(3), 725-9.

Hegemann, S, Straumann, D, Bockisch, CJ. (2007). Alexander’s law in patients with acute vestibular tone asymmetry – evidence for multiple horizontal neural integrators. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. (4):551-61.

Bockisch CJ, Haslwanter T. (2007). Vestibular contribution to the planning of reach trajectories. Experimental Brain Research. 182(3):387-97.

Marti S, Bockisch CJ, Straumann, D. (2006). Asymmetric short-term adaptation of the vertical vestibulo-ocular reflex in humans. Experimental Brain Research.172(3):343-50.

Palla, A, Bockisch CJ, Bergamin, O, Straumann D. (2006). Dissociated hysteresis of static ocular counterroll in humans. Journal of Neurophysiology. Apr;95(4):2222-32. (Commentary in Survey of Ophthalmology.)

Palla, A, Bockisch CJ, Bergamin, O, Straumann D. (2005). Residual torsion following ocular counterroll. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2005 Apr;1039:81-7.

Marti S, Bockisch CJ, Straumann, D. (2005). Prolonged asymmetric smooth-pursuit stimulation leads to downbeat nystagmus in healthy human subjects. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 46, 1, 143-149.

Bockisch CJ, Straumann, D & Haslwanter T. (2004). The human 3D aVOR with and without otolith stimulation. Experimental Brain Research, 161,3, 358-367.

Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Hess K, Haslwanter T. (2004). Enhanced smooth pursuit eye movements in patients with bilateral vestibular deficits. Neuroreport, 15(17): 2617-20.

Yakushin SB, Palla A, Haslwanter T, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D. (2003). Dependence of adaptation of the human vertical angular vestibulo-ocular reflex on gravity. Experimental Brain Research, 152(1): 137-42.

Bockisch CJ, Straumann, D & Haslwanter T. (2003). Eye movements during multi-axis whole-body rotations. Journal of Neurophysiology, 89, 355-366.

Miller JM, Bockisch CJ, Pavlovski DS. (2002). Missing lateral rectus force and absence of medial rectus co-contraction in ocular convergence. Journal of Neurophysiology, 87, 2421-2433.

Bockisch CJ, Haslwanter T (2001). Three-dimensional eye position during static roll and pitch in humans. (2001).Vision Research, 41,2127-2137.

Bockisch, CJ & Miller JM (1999). Different motor systems use similar extraretinal eye position information. Vision Research, 39, 1025-1038.

Bockisch, CJ (1999). Orientation discrimination and tilt aftereffects with luminance and illusory contours. Vision Research, 39, 765-776.

Miller JM & Bockisch CJ (1997). Visual perception: where are the things we see? Nature, 386(6625), 550-551.


Selected Presentations

Huang YY, Chen CC, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D. (2012).  Dancing eyes: The opening of the optokinetic feedback loop. Society for Neuroscience Convention.

Tarnutzer AA, Bertolini G,  Khojasteh E, Olasagasti I, Weber KP, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Marti S.  (2012).  Gaze holding in patients with late-onset cerebellar degeneration. Society for Neuroscience Convention.

Bertolini G, Tarnutzer AA, Khojasteh E, Olasagasti I, Weber KP, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Marti S.  (2012).  Gaze holding in healthy subjects. Society for Neuroscience Convention.

Bjasch D, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Tarnutzer AA.  (2012). Differential effects of visual feedback on subjective visual vertical accuracy and precision. Society for Neuroscience Convention.

Huang YY, Chen CC, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D.  (2011).  Nystagmus-like eye movements in healthy human participants induced by sign-inverted retinal slip velocity: A hypothesis for the etiology of infantile nystagmus syndrome (INS).Society for Neuroscience Convention.

Tarnutzer, AA Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Marti S. (2011). Modulation of in internal estimates of gravity during and after prolonged roll-tilts. Society for Neuroscience Convention.

Tarnutzer, AA Bockisch CJ, Straumann D (2011). Egocentric and allocentric alignment tasks rely on otolith input. Society for Neuroscience Convention.

Bertolini G, Tatalias M, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Palla A  (2010).Perception of body tilt during continuous quasi-static roll rotation.Society for Neuroscience Convention,  Nov 13-17, San Diego, USA.

Tarnutzer AA, Schuler, JR, Bockisch CJ, Straumann D (2010).  Hysteresis in the haptic vertical and the haptic straight ahead in healthy human subjects.Society for Neuroscience Convention,  Nov 13-17, San Diego, USA.

Bockisch CJ, M Susac, D Straumann, S Hegemann. (2009). Eye position dependency of nystagmus during a caloric-step stimulus. Society for Neuroscience Convention, Chicago, Oct 17-21.

Bockisch CJ, M Susac, D Straumann, S Hegemann. (2009). Development of eye position dependency of slow phase velocity during caloric stimulation. 9th Meeting of the European Neuro-Ophthalmology Society. Lübeck, Germany, June 17-20.

Bertonlini, G. S Ramat, CJ Bockisch, J Laurens, A Palla, D Straumann, DS Zee. (2008). Gravity efects on the human vertical rVOR. Society for Neuroscience Convention, Washingtion DC, USA.

Tarnutzer, AA, CJ Bockisch, D Straumann (2008). Visually guided adjustments of body posture in the roll plane. Society for Neuroscience Convention, Washingtion DC, USA.

Tarnutzer, AA, C. J. Bockisch, D. Straumann (2007). Variability of subjective visual vertical and ocular counterroll are correlated. Society for Neuroscience Convention, San Diego, USA.

Tarnutzer, AA, C. J. Bockisch, D. Straumann (2006). Gravity-dependence of subjective visual vertical variance. Society for Neuroscience Convention, Atlanta, USA.

Olasagasti, I., CJ Bockisch, DS Zee, D Straumann (2006). Cyclovergence evoked by up--down acceleration along longitudinal axis. Society for Neuroscience Convention, Atlanta, USA.

Piccirelli, M, R. Luechinger, O. Bergamin, C. J. Bockisch, P. Boesiger (2005). Dynamic 3D MRI images of the orbit. European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, September 15-18, Basel.

Palla, A, C.J. Bockisch, O. Bergamin, D. Straumann. (2005). Dissociated hysteresis of startic ocular counterroll in humans. European Conference on Eye Movements, August 14-18, Bern.

Ramat, S, Bockisch CJ, Weber KP, Tarnutzer A, Straumann D. (2005).The asymmetry of pitch VOR to acceleration steps. European Conference on Eye Movement, August 14-18, Bern.

Tarnutzer, AA, C.J. Bockisch, D. Straumann. (2005). Subjective visual vertical modified by gravity. European Neurological Society, June 18-22, Vienna.

Hegemann, S. Bockisch, C. (2005). Alexanders Gesetz - driedimensionale Analyse bei Patienten mit akutem unilateralem vestibulärem Defizit (UVD). Swiss Society of Otorhinolaryngology, Neck, and Face Surgery, Basel June 9-10.

Palla A, C.J. Bockisch, O. Bergamin, D. Straumann. (2004). Residual torsion following ocular counterroll. Meeting in honor of David S Zee, Clinical and Basic Ocular Motor Research, Siena.

D.Straumann, S.Marti, M.R.Duersteler, C.J.Bockisch. (2003). Downbeat nystagmus elicited by asymmetric adaptation of the vertical vestibulo-ocular reflex. Society of Neuroscience Convention, New Orleans.

Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Haslwanter, T.(2003). The human 3D aVOR with and without otolith stimulation. Meeting in honour of Ulrich Büttner. "Physiology and Disorders of Oculomotor and Vestibular Control". April 3rd - 5th 2003 in Wildbad Kreuth, Germany.

Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Hess K, Schade A, Haslwanter, T.(2003). Sensory compensation in patients with bilateral vestibular loss. 13th Okulomotoriktreffen, Tübingen, Feb 1, 2003.

Bockisch CJ, Straumann D, Hess K, Schade A, Haslwanter, T.(2002). Smooth pursuit eye movements in patients with bilateral vestibular loss. Journal of Vestibular Research, 11, 295. ( The 22nd Bárány Society Meeting).

Yakushin S, Palla AM, Haslwanter T, Bockisch CJ, Straumann. (2002). Dependence of the gain of the human vertical angular vestibulo-ocular reflex on gravity. Journal of Vestibular Research, 11, 305. (The 22nd Bárány Society Meeting).

Miller, JM, Bockisch, CJ. (2002) No oculomotor final common path. Vision Sciences Society 14 May 2002, Sarasota Florida.

Bockisch CJ, Straumann, D & Haslwanter T . (2001). Eye movements during multi-axis rotations. Society for Neuroscience Convention, San Diego.

Bockisch CJ, Straumann, D & Haslwanter T . (2001). Oculomotor responses to multi-axis rotations. 2001 Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neural Control of Movement.

Bockisch, CJ, Jaeger, R., Dürsteler, M, Haslwanter, T (2000). 3D eye position during static roll and pitch in humans. Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans.

Bockisch, CJ, Jaeger, R., Cabungcal, JH, Haslwanter, T (2000). 3D eye position during static roll and pitch in humans. Eye Movements and Vision in the Natural World, Amsterdam.

Goldstein, HP, Bockisch, CJ, Miller, JM (2000). Muscle forces underlying saccades. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. HTML

Miller JM, Bockisch CJ, Pavlovski DS, Schmidt EK (1999). No co-contraction during convergence. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 40:S772.

Bockisch, CJ & Miller JM (1997). Localization of perisaccadic visual probes with visible saccade targets, visible anti-saccade targets, and auditory targets. Society for Neuroscience Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Bockisch, CJ & Miller JM (1997). Comparison of manual pointing and gaze pointing in the localization of a perisaccadic flash. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Miller JM & Bockisch, CJ (1997). Hand & eye pointing to dim & bright flashes around the time of saccades. Neural Control of Movement, Cancun, MX.

Bockisch, CJ & Bedford. FL (1990) Locus of constraints on modifying spatial maps. Annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Tucson, AZ.