Prof. Dr. Hermann Otto Handwerker


Types of publications

Journal article
Book chapter / Article in edited volumes
Authored book
Edited Volume
Conference contribution
Other publication type
Unpublished / Preprint

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Erik Torebjörk, MD PhD, Professor of Clinical Pain Research 1939-2021 Forerunner and lead researcher of human nociceptor research (2022) Handwerker HO, Jorum E, Schady W, Lamotte R, Schmelz M Journal article Robert F. Schmidt Ph.D., Prof. Dr. med. D. Sc. h.c. 1932-2017 Facets of a life for science (2018) Belmonte C, Birbaumer N, Carmody J, Jaenig W, Meßlinger K, Sato Y, Uchida S, Handwerker HO Journal article, other Differential sensitization of silent nociceptors to low pH stimulation by prostaglandin E2 in human volunteers (2015) Namer B, Schick M, Kleggetveit IP, Orstavik K, Schmidt R, Jorum E, Torebjork E, et al. Journal article Gender differences in itch and pain-related sensations provoked by histamine, cowhage and capsaicin (2015) Hartmann E, Handwerker HO, Forster C Journal article Physiology of pain (2015) Meßlinger K, Handwerker HO Journal article Cerebral Networks Linked to Itch-related Sensations Induced by Histamine and Capsaicin (2015) Vierow V, Forster C, Vogelgsang R, Dörfler A, Handwerker HO Journal article Specific changes in conduction velocity recovery cycles of single nociceptors in a patient with erythromelalgia with the I848T gain-of-function mutation of Nav1.7 (2015) Namer B, Orstavik K, Schmidt R, Kleggetveit IP, Weidner C, Mork C, Kvernebo MS, et al. Journal article INFLAMMATORY MODELS OF CUTANEOUS HYPERALGESIA ARE SENSITIVE TO EFFECTS OF IBUPROFEN IN MAN (1995) Kilo S, Forster C, Geisslinger G, Brune K, Handwerker HO Journal article Influence of Ibuprofen on Pain from physically induced Inflammation in human skin (1994) Kilo S, Forster C, Menzel S, Handwerker HO, Brune K Journal article DIFFERENT PATTERNS OF HYPERALGESIA INDUCED BY EXPERIMENTAL INFLAMMATION IN HUMAN SKIN (1994) Kilo S, Schmelz M, Koltzenburg M, Handwerker HO Journal article, Original article