Anne Sütterlin, Dr. med. candidate

Suetterl at students.uni-marburg.de

I finished my studies of human medicine at the Philipps-University of Marburg in 2021 and since 2018 I have been working in the TNM Lab in the G+ project on schizophrenia and concretism, in which I am now writing my PhD thesis.

I am particularly interested in the potential impact of concretism in schizophrenia on quality of life and how to improve it, and the possibilities of using training and behavioral therapy to improve symptoms of psychiatric illness, especially schizophrenia.

Research projects:

Ongoing PhD thesis: “The neural correlates of communicative abilities in the multi-modal abstract language context in patients with schizophrenia and their correlation with subjectively perceived quality of life”

Scholarships:

2015 – 2021Study scholarshipEvangelisches Studienwerk Villigst Foundation

Research interests:

Speech therapy interventions in social-communicative disorders

Mental diseases

Communication disorders in mental diseases