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Dr. Benedikt Lauber

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Dr. Benedikt Lauber

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

 

Arbeitsbereich:
Sportmotorik

Sprechstunde: nach Vereinbarung 

Institut für Sport und Sportwissenschaft
Hauptgebäude, Raum 314
Schwarzwaldstr. 175
79117 Freiburg

Tel: 0761 203 4515
Fax: 0761-203 4534

E-Mail: benedikt.lauber@sport.uni-freiburg.de

 

 

Lebenslauf

Ausbildung  

2017-2018

2015-2016

2014 - heute

2013 - 2014

2009 - 2013

Traingswissenschaftler Olympiastützpunkt Freiburg

Oberassistent Universität Fribourg, Schweiz

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Institut für Sport und Sportwissenschaft der Universität Freiburg

Post Doc School of Human Movement and Nutrition Science, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Promotion im Arbeitsbereich Sportmotorik am Institut für Sport und Sportwissenschaft der Universität Freiburg

2003 - 2009 Studium der Fächern Aglistik und Sportwissenschaft an der Universität Freiburg (Lehramt für  Gymnasien)
2001 Abitur Richard-Fehrenbach Gewerbeschule Freiburg

 

Beruflicher Werdegang

2009 - 

 

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Arbeitsbereich Sportmotorik am Institut für Sport und Sportwissenschaft

 

Auszeichnungen und Stipendien

2013 - 2014

Post Doc Stipendium Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Brisbane, Australien bei Prof. Dr. Cresswell, Prof. Dr. Lichtwark)

2013 Preis für Sport und Sportwissenschaft 2013 (verliehen von der Wirtschafts- und Verhaltenswissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Freiburg)
2012 3. Platz (Poster Präsentation) beim Young Investigator Award des European College of Sport Science, Brügge (Belgien)
2011  

5. Platz (Oral Präsentation) beim Young Investigator Award des European College of Sport Science, Liverpool (England)

2011  Doktorandenstipendium Deutscher Akademischer Ausstauschdienst 
(Brisbane, Australien bei Prof. Dr. Cresswell, Prof. Dr. Carroll, Dr. Lichtwark)

 

Publikationen

Publications in international peer-reviewed journals

Invited reviews

Lauber B, Keller M. (2014) Improving motor performance: selected aspects of augmented feedback in exercise and health. European Journal of Sport Science 14:36-43.

 

Original publications

Kurz A, Lauber B, Franke S, Leukel C. (2018). Balance training reduces postural sway and improves sport-specific performance in visually impaired cross-country skiers. J Strength Cond. Res (accepted).

Keller M, Taube W, Lauber B. (2018). Task-dependent activation of distinct fast and slow(er) motor pathways during motor imagery. Brain Stimulation (epub ahed of print).

Kuhn YA, Keller M, Lauber B, Taube W. (2018) Surround inhibition can instantly be modulated by changing the attentional focus. Scientific Reports (epub ahed of print).

Lauber B, Franke S, Taube W, Gollhofer A. (2017) The effects of a single bout of exercise on motor memory interference in the trained and untrained hemisphere. Neuroscience 347: 57-64.

Lauber B, Keller M, Leukel C, Gollhofer A, Taube W. (2016) Force and position control in humans – The role of augmented feedback. Journal of Visualized Experiments (doi: 10.3791/53291).

Ruffieux J, Keller M, Lauber B, Taube W. (2015) Dual Task interference across the lifespan: a systematic review. Sports Medicine (e-pub ehead of print). 

Keller M, Lauber B, Gottschalk M, Taube W. (2015) Enhance jump performance when providing augmented feedback compared to an external or internal focus of attention. Journal of Sport Sciences 20: 1-9.

Lauber B, Lichtwark G, Cresswell A. (2014) Activation of the human medial gastrocnemius is associated with alterations in muscle fascicle length. Physiological Reports (ISSN 2051-817X). 

Keller M, Lauber B, Gehring D, Leukel C, Taube W. (2014) Jump performance and augmented feedback: immediate benefits and training effects. Human Movement Science 36: 177-89.

Gehring D, Faschian K, Lauber B, Lohrer H, Nauck T, Gollhofer A. (2014) Mechanical instability destabilizes the ankle joint during simulated ankle sprain mechanism. British Journal of Sport Medicine 48: 377-82.

Lauber B, Lundbye-Jensen J, Keller M, Gollhofer A, Taube W, Leukel C. (2013) Cross-limb interference during motor learning. PLOS ONE 8 (12):e81038.

Lauber B, Keller M, Leukel C, Gollhofer A, Taube W. (2013) Specific interpretation of augmented feedback changes motor performance and cortical processing. Experimental Brain Research 22: 31-41.

Lauber B, Leukel C, Gollhofer A, Taube W. (2012) Time to task failure and motor cortical activity depends on the type of feedback in visuomotor tasks. PLoS One 7(3):e32433.

Sidhu S, Lauber B, Cresswell AG, Carrol TJ. (2012) Sustained cycling exercise increases intracortical inhibition. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 45: 654-62. 

Taube W, Leukel C, Lauber B, Gollhofer A. (2012) The drop height determines neuromuscular adaptation and changes in jump performance in stretch-shortening cycle training. Scand J Med Sci Sports 5: 671-83. 

Lauber B, Keller M, Gollhofer A, Müller E, Taube W. (2011) Spinal reflex plasticity in response to alpine skiing in the elderly. Scand J Med Sci Sports. Suppl 1: 62-68.

 

Bookchapters
Das Motorische System (Gollhofer, Gehring, Lauber). Aus: Einführung in die Sport und Leistungsmedizin. Hans-Hermann Dickhut, Kai Röcker, Albert Gollhofer, Daniel König, Frank Mayer. Sport und Sportunterricht. Band 16. 2., überarbeitete und aktualisierte Auflage. S. 149-165.

 

Peer-reviewed und published conference abstracts

Lauber B, Lichtwark G, Sidhu S, Gollhofer A.  (2017) The effects of cadence on intracortical inhibition during cycling. ECSS Congress Essen, Germany.

Lauber B, Taube W, Gollhofer A. (2016) The effects of a single bout of exercise on motor memory interference in the trained and untrained hemisphere. ECSS Congress Vienna, Austria.

Lauber B, Taube W, Gollhofer A, Keller M (2015). Motor imagery of tonic and ballistic contractions activates direct and indirect corticospinal pathways differently but in a similar way than real tonic and ballistic contractions. Progress in Motor Control Meeting, Budapest, Hungary.   

Lauber B, Farris DJ, Lichtwark G, Cresswell A (2014). The relationship between triceps surae length and its individual muscle recruitment during a squatting exercise. ECSS Congress Amsterdam, Netherland. 

Cresswell A, Lichtwark G, Lauber B. (2013) Modulation of motoneuron excitability driven by alterations in fascicle length in the human gastrocnemius muscle. Society for Neuroscience Meeting San Diego, USA.

Lauber B, Gollhofer A, Krause A, Gehring D. (2013) Neuro-mechanical interaction during an imitated ankle sprain mechanism. International Society for Biomechanics Conference. Natal, Brazil.

Schween R, Lauber B, Keller M, Gollhofer A, Taube W, Lundbye-Jensen J, Leukel C. (2013) The primary motor cortex is involved in error-based movement corrections at the time of feedback. Society for Neuroscience Meeting San Diego, USA.

Gehring D, Lauber B, Faschian K, Lohrer H, Nauck T, Gollhofer A. (2013) Too lax: Mechanical ankle instability impairs joint control in the ankle sprains mechanism. International Society for Biomechanics Conference. Natal, Brazil.

Leukel C, Lauber B, Taube W, Keller M, Gollhofer A, Lundbye-Jensen J. (2012) Disrupting the primary motor cortex specifically at the time of visual feedback degrades the movement acquisition in visuomotor adaptation. Society for Neuroscience Meeting New Orleans, USA.

Lauber B, Keller M, Gollhofer A, Lundbye-Jensen J, Taube W. Leukel C. (2012) Acquisition Matters: Contralateral transfer of interference depends on training duration. ECSS Congress Bruges, Belgium. 

Sidhu S, Lauber B, Cresswell AG, Carroll TJ. (2012) Increased intracortical inhibition during 30 minutes of sustained cycling exercise. ISEK conference. Brisbane, Australia. 

Lauber B. (2012) Improving motor performance: the role of augmented feedback in motor control and learning. 5thInternational Sport Student Congress Mugla, Turkey.

Keller M, Lauber B, Leukel C, Gehring D, Taube W. (2012) Augment your jumps with augmented feedback: short- and long-term effects. ECSS Congress Bruges, Belgium.

Keller M, Leukel C, Lauber B, Taube W. (2011) Previous short-term training influences brain activity during task observation at rest. ECSS Congress Liverpool, Great Britain.

Lauber B, Keller M, Leukel C, Lorch M, Gollhofer A, Taube W. (2011) Conscious information about the type of feedback can change the processing within the primary motor cortex during identical task execution. ECSS Congress Liverpool, Great Britain. 

Taube W, Leukel C, Lauber B, Gollhofer A. (2010) Neuromuscular adaptations in response to stretch-shortening cycle exercise.15th annual ECSS Congress Antalya, Turkey.

Lauber B, Leukel C, Gollhofer A, Taube W. (2010) Different feedback modalities result in altered cortical output during identical tasks. ECSS Congress Antalya, Turkey.

Lauber B, Keller M, Gollhofer A, Müller E, Taube W. (2010) Spinal reflex plasticity in response to alpine skiing in the elderly. 5th International Congress on Science and Skiing, Arlberg, Austria.