Name: Katja Lohmann, nee Hedrich

Position/Title: Vice Head (Institute of Neurogenetics), W2 Professor, Head of Research section Genetics of Rare Diseases

Address: Institute of Neurogenetics and Section of Clinical and Molecular Neurogenetics at the Department of Neurology, University of Lübeck
Ratzeburger Allee 160, 23538 Lübeck, Germany

Phone: +49-451-3101 8209; Fax: +49-451-3101 8204
Email: katja.lohmann@neuro.uni-luebeck.de

1995-1997: Studies of Biology (B.Sc. equivalent) at the Technical University Dresden

1997-2000: Studies of Biology (M.Sc. equivalent) at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

2000-2003: PhD studies at the University of Lübeck, Institute of Human Genetics and Department of Neurology

2001-2002: PhD student at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA (Prof. X.O. Breakefield)

2003-2009: Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Human Genetics and the Department of Neurology at the University of Lübeck

2005: Postdoctoral fellow at the Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR, USA (Prof. P.L. Kramer)

2010: Habilitation (Assistant Professor equivalent) at the Medical faculty of the University of Lübeck for Human Genetics

2009-2013: Research group leader at the Department of Neurology at the University of Lübeck

2013-present: Research group leader and Vice Director of the Institute of Neurogenetics at the University of Lübeck

2015-2017: Professor (APL)

Since 2017: W2 Professor (Molecular Genetics of Rare Diseases)

2000-present: Member of the German Society of Human Genetics, the European Society of Human Genetics, and the American Society of Human Genetics; Member of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society

2004-present: Ad hoc reviewer for >15 journals (e.g. American Journal of Human Genetics, Annals of Neurology, Brain, Movement Disorders, Molecular Psychiatry)

2013-present: Reviewer for several funding agencies (e.g. DFG, BMBF, French National Research Agency, Research Foundation Flanders)

2017-present: Member of the expert panel of the German Academy for Rare Neurological Diseases (DASNE)

2018-present: Editorial board member Movement Disorders and DGNeurologie

2019-present: Board member Dystract e.V.

2019-present: Member of the Data Interpretation Task Force (DITF) of the European Reference Network on Rare Neurological diseases (ERN-RND)

2019-present: Member of the Awards Committee of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society

2004: Heinrich Dräger Award

2008: Stipend of the Novartis Foundation

2011: Renate Maass Award for Brain Research

2013: David Marsden Award for Dystonia Research (Dystonia Europe)

Current research support

“Elucidating novel genetic causes of dystonia by large-scale sequencing”; (LO1555/10-1)
Principle Investigators: Katja Lohmann, Christine Klein, Hauke Busch
Funding period: 2020-2022
Amount: 900,000 €

Ongoing research support

“Identification of genetic factors for reduced penetrance in THAP1 dystonia”; LO1555/9-1
Principal Investigator: Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: German Research Foundation (DFG)
Funding period: 2016-2020
Amount: 145,000 €

“Etablierung des Koordinationszentrums der Deutschen Akademie für Seltene Neurologische Erkrankungen (DASNE) am Zentrum für Seltene Erkrankungen Lübeck“
Principal Investigator: Alexander Münchau, MD, Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: Damp Foundation
Funding period: 2019-2021
Amount: 392,400 €

Completed research support (selection)

“Investigation and therapy of dystonic diseases (DYSTRACT)” 01GM1514B
Principal Investigator (subproject): Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Funding period: 2016 – 2019
Amount: 320,000 €

“Identification of novel dystonia genes in consanguineous families”, LO1555/8-1
Principal Investigator: Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: German Research Foundation (DFG)
Funding period: 2014-2016
Amount: 299,000 €

“Unraveling novel genetic cause in alcohol-responsive dystonia by exome sequencing”, NS065701
Principal Investigator: Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: Dystonia Coalition
Funding period: 2013-2014
Amount: 38,000 €

“Identification of targets and interactors of the DYT6-related transcription factor THAP1”, LO1555/3-2
Principal Investigator: Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: German Research Foundation (DFG)
Funding period: 2012-2015
Amount: 245,000 €

Genetic risk factors of musician´s dystonia, LO1555/4-1
Principal Investigator: Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: German Research Foundation (DFG)
Funding period: 2010-2013
Amount: 295,000 €

“Molecular characterization of the THAP1 (DYT6) gene and its role in dystonia”, LO1555/3-1
Principal Investigator: Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: German Research Foundation (DFG)
Funding period: 2009-2011
Amount: 220,000 €

“Identification of genetic causes of restless legs syndrome”, HE4547/1-1
Principal Investigator: Katja Lohmann, PhD
Funding agency: German Research Foundation (DFG)
Funding period: 2007-2008
Amount: 180,000 €

PhD thesis: 1 completed, 2 ongoing

MD thesis: 9 completed, 4 experimentally completed, 1 ongoing

Bachelor and master thesis: 1 completed master thesis, 1 completed bachelor thesis

Co-supervised thesis: 3 international PhD theses, 3 national MD theses, 1 international master theses, 1 national master thesis, 1 national bachelor thesis

Awards for team members: 4 MD students with scholarship “Promotionsstipendium”, 9 travel awards, 1 “Wissenschaftspreis” 2018 of the German Society of Musician´s Medicine

 

Teaching

Lectures              

Neurobiomedizin for Master Molecular Life Sciences (2008-2012)

Human Genetics for Medical students, 2009, 2010

Neuroscience II (since 2013)

Rare Diseases (since 2014)

Seminars             

Journal Club Neurogenetics, since 2000

Neurogenetic seminar for Master Molecular Life Sciences 2008, 2014

Consolidation course for Master students (since 2015)

Neurosciences II seminar (since 2013)

Internships (3-month) for Master Molecular Life Sciences: 3 times

Invited talks (since 2013)

  1. Lohmann K et al. Genome sequencing reveals a mutation in the TUBB4 gene as the cause of whispering dysphonia (DYT4 dystonia). Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humangenetik, Dresden, March 2013.
  2. Lohmann K. A mutation in the TUBB4 gene as the cause of whispering dysphonia (DYT4 dystonia). Dystonia Europe. David Marsden Award presentation. Edinburgh, UK, September 2013.
  3. Lohmann K et al. Mutations in TUBB4 (DYT4) and GNAL (DYT25) are newly identified causes of dystonia with cranio-cervical involvement. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie, Dresden, September 2013.
  4. Lohmann K. Next generation sequencing: Neue Gene für Bewegungsstörungen. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie, Dresden, September 2013.
  5. Lohmann K. Genetische Risikofaktoren bei der Musiker-Dystonie. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie, Dresden, September 2013.
  6. Lohmann K. Next generation sequencing facilitates identification of novel disease genes: TUBB4 and PDGFB as examples. Think Tank der Bachmann Strauss Dystonia and Parkinson Foundation. New York, NY, October 2013.
  7. Lohmann K. Genetics of Movement Disorders in the era of rapidly evolving methods. W2 professorship application at ETH Zurich. Zurich, Switzerland, March 2014.
  8. Lohmann K et al. A homozygous mutation in the complex IV assembly factor COX20 (FAM36A) as a novel cause of a dystonia-ataxia syndrome. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humangenetik. Essen, March 2014.
  9. Lohmann K. Genetik neurologischer Erkrankungen: Neue Methoden – neue Erkenntnisse. W2 professorship application at Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, October 2014.
  10. Lohmann K. Missing heritability: Vererbt, aber wie? Antrittsvorlesung (APL-Professor), Lübeck, Februar 2015.
  11. Lohmann K, Münchau A. Bewegungsstörungen: Welche Informationen helfen bei der genetischen Diagnostik. Educational Session 1. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humangenetik, Lübeck, March 2016.
  12. Lohmann K. Genetische Ursachen von Bewegungsstörungen. Annual Meeting Berufsverband Deutscher Nervenärzte (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern), Ueckermünde, April 2016.
  13. Lohmann K. Genetics of dystonia. Symposia on Treatment of dystonias, Hanover, May 2016.
  14. Lohmann K et al. Novel genes for complex dystonia: Homozygous mutations in MCOLN1, SACS, and ATCAY. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie, Mannheim, September 2016.
  15. Lohmann K. Sinnvolle genetische Diagnostik im neurologischen Klinikalltag. Intensivkurs Neurologie der Ärztekammer Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg, October 2016.
  16. Lohmann K et al. Functional characterization of novel GNB1 mutations as a rare cause of global developmental delay. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humangenetik, Bochum, March 2017.
  17. Lohmann K. Genetik von M. Parkinson. Parkinson-Kolloquium des Parkinson-Zentrums Göttingen-Kassel, Göttingen, May 2017.
  18. Lohmann K. Detailed phenotyping in neurogenetic diseases as a key for NGS data interpretation in diagnostics. Annual Meeting European Society of Human Genetics, Copenhagen, May 2017.
  19. Lohmann K. Genes causing isolated dystonia: New mutations and pathogenic pathways. Annual Meeting Movement Disorder Society, Vancouver (Canada), June 2017.
  20. Lohmann K. „Mutation, Variante oder Polymorphismus?“ Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie. Leipzig, September 2017.
  21. Lohmann K. „Andere genetische Ursachen einer Dystonie“ Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie. Leipzig, September 2017.
  22. Lohmann K. „Überblick über Genotyp-Phänotyp-Datenbanken“ Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie. Leipzig, September 2017.
  23. Lohmann K. „Genetik bei neurologischen Erkrankungen: Was ist für den Kliniker wichtig und hat Therapierelevanz?“ Fortbildungsveranstaltung Neurologie für die Praxis. Essen, October 2017.
  24. Lohmann K. „NGS – Datenbearbeitung – Varianteninterpretation“ Workshop beim Gründungssymposium der DASNE. Wartburg/Eisenach, November 2017.
  25. Lohmann K et al. VPS13D. “Biallelic mutations in VPS13D are a novel cause of spastic ataxia and lead to mitochondrial dysfunction”. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humangenetik. Münster, March 2018
  26. Lohmann K et al. VPS13D. “Biallelic mutations in VPS13D are a novel cause of spastic ataxia and lead to mitochondrial dysfunction”. Care-for-Rare-Symposia. Tutzing, April 2018.
  27. Lohmann K. Sinnvolle genetische Diagnostik im neurologischen Klinikalltag. Intensivkurs Neurologie der Ärztekammer Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg, September 2018.
  28. Lohmann K. “New Insights in Dystonia” Annual Meeting Movement Disorder Society. Hong Kong, October 2018.
  29. Lohmann K. „Grundkurs: NGS – Datenbearbeitung – Varianteninterpretation“ Workshop bei der Jahrestagung der DASNE. Wartburg/Eisenach, November 2018.
  30. Lohmann K. Update: Genetik der Dystonien. 11. Symposium Bewegungsstörungen. Munich, July 2019.
  31. Lohmann K. Genetische Faktoren bei Dystonien. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie. Stuttgart, September 2019
  32. Lohmann K. Pathogen oder benign: Interpretation von genetischen Testergebnissen. Annual Meeting Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie. Stuttgart, September 2019
  33. Lohmann K. „Grundkurs: NGS – Datenbearbeitung – Varianteninterpretation“ Workshop bei der Jahrestagung der DASNE. Wartburg/Eisenach, November 2019.

 

  1. Diaw SH, Lohmann K. Linking Huntington’s Disease and X-Linked Dystonia Parkinsonism on the Molecular Level. Mov Disord 2020;in press.
  2. Baumann H, Tunc S, Günther A, Münchau A, Lohmann K, Brüggemann N. Altered homodimer formation and increased iron accumulation in VAC14-related disease: Case report and review of the literature. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2020:41-46.
  3. Gisatulin M, Dobricic V, Zühlke C, Hellenbroich Y, Tadic V, Münchau A, Isenhardt K, Bürk K, Bahlo M, Lockhart PJ, Lohmann K, Helmchen C, Brüggemann N. Clinical spectrum of the pentanucleotide repeat expansion in the RFC1 gene in ataxia syndromes. Neurology 2020;in press.
  4. Tan AH, Lohmann K, Tay YW, Lim JL, Ahmad-Annuar A, Ramli N, Chin YT, Mawardi AS, Azmi K, Aziz ZA, Puvanarajah SD, Bauer P, Klein C, Rolfs A, Lim SY. PINK1 p.Leu347Pro mutations in Malays: Prevalence and illustrative cases. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2020:34-39.
  5. Greuel A, Trezzi JP, Glaab E, Ruppert MC, Maier F, Jäger C, Hodak Z, Lohmann K, Ma Y, Eidelberg D, Timmermann L, Hiller K, Tittgemeyer M, Drzezga A, Diederich N, Eggers C. GBA Variants in Parkinson’s Disease: Clinical, Metabolomic, and Multimodal Neuroimaging Phenotypes. Mov Disord 2020;in press.
  6. Arif B, Rasheed A, Kumar KR, Fatima A, Abbas G, Wohler E, Sobriera N, Lohmann K, Naz S, Baylor-Hopkins Center for Mendelian Genomics. A novel homozygous KY variant causing a complex neurological disorder. Eur J Med Genet 2020;11:104031.
  7. Atalaia A, Thompson R, Corvo A, Carmody L, Piscia D, Matalonga L, Macaya A, Lochmuller A, Fontaine B, Zurek B, Hernandez-Ferrer C, Rheinard C, Gómez-Andrés D, Desaphy JF, Schon K, Lohmann K, Jennings MJ, Synofzik M, Riess O, Yaou RB, Evangelista T, Ratnaike T, Bros-Facer V, Gumus G, Horvath R, Chinnery P, Laurie S, Graessner H, Robinson P, Lochmuller H, Beltran S, Bonne G. A guide to writing systematic reviews of rare disease treatments to generate FAIR-compliant datasets: building a Treatabolome. Orphanet J Rare Dis 2020;1:206.
  8. Lim SY, Lim JL, Ahmad-Annuar A, Lohmann K, Tan AH, Lim KB, Tay YW, Shing YL, Muthusamy KA, Bauer P, Rolfs A, Klein C. Clinical Phenotype of LRRK2 R1441C in 2 Chinese Sisters. Neurodegener Dis 2020:1-7.
  9. Hopfner F, Mueller SH, Szymczak S, Junge O, Tittmann L, May S, Lohmann K, Grallert H, Lieb W, Strauch K, Müller-Nurasyid M, Berger K, Schormair B, Winkelmann J, Mollenhauer B, Trenkwalder C, Maetzler W, Berg D, Kasten M, Klein C, Höglinger GU, Gasser T, Deuschl G, Franke A, Krawczak M, Dempfle A, Kuhlenbäumer G. Private variants in PRKN are associated with late-onset Parkinson’s disease. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2020:24-26.
  10. Mainka T, Biskup S, Kühn AA, Klein C, Lohmann K, Ganos C. Importance of Tissue Selection for Genetic Testing: Detection of a Terminal 18q Deletion after Stem Cell Transplantation. Mov Disord Clin Pract 2020;4:453-455.
  11. Hopfner F, Mueller SH, Szymczak S, Junge O, Tittmann L, May S, Lohmann K, Grallert H, Lieb W, Strauch K, Müller-Nurasyid M, Berger K, Schormair B, Winkelmann J, Mollenhauer B, Trenkwalder C, Maetzler W, Berg D, Kasten M, Klein C, Höglinger GU, Gasser T, Deuschl G, Franke A, Krawczak M, Dempfle A, Kuhlenbäumer G. Rare Variants in Specific Lysosomal Genes Are Associated With Parkinson’s Disease. Mov Disord 2020;7:1245-1248.
  12. Danielsson A, Carecchio M, Cif L, Koy A, Lin JP, Solders G, Romito L, Lohmann K, Garavaglia B, Reale C, Zorzi G, Nardocci N, Coubes P, Gonzalez V, Roubertie A, Collod-Beroud G, Lind G, Tedroff K. Pallidal Deep Brain Stimulation in DYT6 Dystonia: Clinical Outcome and Predictive Factors for Motor Improvement. J Clin Med 2019;12
  13. Trinh J, Imhoff S, Dulovic-Mahlow M, Kandaswamy KK, Tadic V, Schäfer J, Dobricic V, Nolte A, Werber M, Rolfs A, Münchau A, Klein C, Lohmann K, Brüggemann N. Novel NAXE variants as a cause for neurometabolic disorder: implications for treatment. J Neurol 2019;in press.
  14. Lohmann K, Brüggemann N. Rediscovery of repeat expansions: Solving the unsolved cases. Mov Disord 2019;9:1300.
  15. Borsche M, Balck A, Kasten M, Lohmann K, Klein C, Brüggemann N. The sooner, the later – Delayed diagnosis in Parkinson’s disease due to Parkin mutations. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2019:284-285.
  16. Trinh J, Kandaswamy KK, Werber M, Weiss MER, Oprea G, Kishore S, Lohmann K, Rolfs A. Novel pathogenic variants and multiple molecular diagnoses in neurodevelopmental disorders. J Neurodev Disord 2019;1:11.
  17. Dulovic-Mahlow M, Trinh J, Kandaswamy KK, Braathen GJ, Di Donato N, Rahikkala E, Beblo S, Werber M, Krajka V, Busk ØL, Baumann H, Al-Sannaa NA, Hinrichs F, Affan R, Navot N, Al Balwi MA, Oprea G, Holla ØL, Weiss MER, Jamra RA, Kahlert AK, Kishore S, Tveten K, Vos M, Rolfs A, Lohmann K. De Novo Variants in TAOK1 Cause Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Am J Hum Genet 2019;1:213-220.
  18. Balck A, Borsche M, Kasten M, Lohmann K, Seibler P, Brüggemann N, Klein C. Discordance in monozygotic Parkinson’s disease twins – continuum or dichotomy? Ann Clin Transl Neurol 2019;6:1102-1105.
  19. Dulovic-Mahlow M, Gajos A, Baumann H, Pozojevic J, Kaiser FJ, Bogucki A, Lohmann K. Highly reduced penetrance in a family with a THAP1 nonsense mutation: Role of THAP1 expression? Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2019:274-276.
  20. Tunc S, Dulovic-Mahlow M, Baumann H, Baaske MK, Jahn M, Junker J, Münchau A, Brüggemann N, Lohmann K. Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 28-Phenotypic and Molecular Characterization of a Family with Heterozygous and Compound-Heterozygous Mutations in AFG3L2. Cerebellum 2019;4:817-822.
  21. Westenberger A, Reyes CJ, Saranza G, Dobricic V, Hanssen H, Domingo A, Laabs BH, Schaake S, Pozojevic J, Rakovic A, Grütz K, Begemann K, Walter U, Dressler D, Bauer P, Rolfs A, Münchau A, Kaiser FJ, Ozelius LJ, Jamora RD, Rosales RL, Diesta CCE, Lohmann K, König IR, Brüggemann N, Klein C. A hexanucleotide repeat modifies expressivity of X-linked dystonia parkinsonism. Ann Neurol 2019;6:812-822.
  22. Klein C, Baumann H, Olschewski L, Hanssen H, Münchau A, Ferbert A, Brüggemann N, Lohmann K. De-novo KMT2B mutation in a consanguineous family: 15-Year follow-up of an Afghan dystonia patient. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2019:337-339.
  23. Olschewski L, Jesús S, Kim HJ, Tunc S, Löns S, Junker J, Zeuner KE, Kühn AA, Kuhlenbäumer G, Schäffer E, Berg D, Kasten M, Ferbert A, Altenmüller E, Brüggemann N, Bauer P, Rolfs A, Jeon B, Bäumer T, Mir P, Klein C, Lohmann K. Role of ANO3 mutations in dystonia: A large-scale mutational screening study. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2019:196-200.
  24. Dulovic-Mahlow M, Lukomska A, Diaw SH, Balck A, Borsche M, Grütz K, Lenz I, Rudolph F, Lohmann K, Klein C, Seibler P. Generation and characterization of human-derived iPSC lines from three pairs of monozygotic twins discordant for Parkinson’s disease. Stem Cell Res 2019:101629.
  25. Vulinovic F, Krajka V, Hausrat TJ, Seibler P, Alvarez-Fischer D, Madoev H, Park JS, Kumar KR, Sue CM, Lohmann K, Kneussel M, Klein C, Rakovic A. Motor protein binding and mitochondrial transport are altered by pathogenic TUBB4A variants. Hum Mutat 2019;12:2444.
  26. Trinh J, Lohmann K, Baumann H, Balck A, Borsche M, Brüggemann N, Dure L, Dean M, Volkmann J, Tunc S, Prasuhn J, Pawlack H, Imhoff S, Lill CM, Kasten M, Bauer P, Rolfs A, International Parkinson’s Disease Genomics Consortium (IPDGC)., Klein C. Utility and implications of exome sequencing in early-onset Parkinson’s disease. Mov Disord 2018;1:133-137.
  27. Tunc S, Denecke J, Olschewski L, Bäumer T, Münchau A, Lessel D, Lohmann K. A recurrent de-novo ANO3 mutation causes early-onset generalized dystonia. J Neurol Sci 2018:199-201.
  28. Chung SJ, König IR, Lohmann K, Hinrichs F, Kim J, Ryu HS, Lee HJ, Kim K, Lee JH, Jung KW, Kim MJ, Kim MJ, Kim YJ, Yun SC, Hong SM, Myung SJ, Klein C. Association of SNCA variants with α-synuclein of gastric and colonic mucosa in Parkinson’s disease. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2018:151-155.
  29. Petkovic S, Lohmann K. Disease-causing or benign? challenges in genetic variant interpretation and limitations of ClinVar. Mov Disord 2018;8:1271.
  30. Ohlei O, Dobricic V, Lohmann K, Klein C, Lill CM, Bertram L. Field synopsis and systematic meta-analyses of genetic association studies in isolated dystonia. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2018:50-57.
  31. Trinh J, Hüning I, Yüksel Z, Baalmann N, Imhoff S, Klein C, Rolfs A, Gillessen-Kaesbach G, Lohmann K. A KAT6A variant in a family with autosomal dominantly inherited microcephaly and developmental delay. J Hum Genet 2018;9:997-1001.
  32. Dulovic M, Schäffer E, Leypoldt F, Balck A, Schaake S, Hinrichs F, Kirchner H, Brüggemann N, Berg D, Lohmann K. A Klinefelter patient with an additional mitochondrial mutation: Implications for genotype-driven treatment and mitochondrial mutational load in different tissues and family members. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2018:116-118.
  33. Trinh J, Zeldenrust FMJ, Huang J, Kasten M, Schaake S, Petkovic S, Madoev H, Grünewald A, Almuammar S, König IR, Lill CM, Lohmann K, Klein C, Marras C. Genotype-phenotype relations for the Parkinson’s disease genes SNCA, LRRK2, VPS35: MDSGene systematic review. Mov Disord 2018;12:1857-1870.
  34. Seong E, Insolera R, Dulovic M, Kamsteeg EJ, Trinh J, Brüggemann N, Sandford E, Li S, Ozel AB, Li JZ, Jewett T, Kievit AJA, Münchau A, Shakkottai V, Klein C, Collins CA, Lohmann K, van de Warrenburg BP, Burmeister M. Mutations in VPS13D lead to a new recessive ataxia with spasticity and mitochondrial defects. Ann Neurol 2018;6:1075-1088.
  35. Flotats-Bastardas M, Hebert E, Raspall-Chaure M, Munell F, Macaya A, Lohmann K. Novel GCH1 Compound Heterozygosity Mutation in Infancy-Onset Generalized Dystonia. Neuropediatrics 2018;4:296-297.
  36. Manzoor H, Brüggemann N, Hussain HMJ, Bäumer T, Hinrichs F, Wajid M, Münchau A, Naz S, Lohmann K. Novel homozygous variants in ATCAY, MCOLN1, and SACS in complex neurological disorders. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2018:91-95.
  37. Kübler D, Borngräber F, Lohmann K, Kühn AA. Novel SGCE mutation in a patient with myoclonus-dystonia syndrome – Diagnostic delay of more than 40 years. J Clin Neurosci 2018:131-132.
  38. Hebert E, Borngräber F, Schmidt A, Rakovic A, Brænne I, Weissbach A, Hampf J, Vollstedt EJ, Größer L, Schaake S, Müller M, Manzoor H, Jabusch HC, Alvarez-Fischer D, Kasten M, Kostic VS, Gasser T, Zeuner KE, Kim HJ, Jeon B, Bauer P, Altenmüller E, Klein C, Lohmann K. Functional Characterization of Rare RAB12 Variants and Their Role in Musician’s and Other Dystonias. Genes (Basel) 2017;10
  39. Lange LM, Tunc S, Tennstedt S, Münchau A, Klein C, Assmann B, Lohmann K. A novel, in-frame KMT2B deletion in a patient with apparently isolated, generalized dystonia. Mov Disord 2017;10:1495-1497.
  40. Trinh J, Hüning I, Budler N, Hingst V, Lohmann K, Gillessen-Kaesbach G. A novel de novo mutation in CSNK2A1: reinforcing the link to neurodevelopmental abnormalities and dysmorphic features. J Hum Genet 2017;11:1005-1006.
  41. Weissbach A, König IR, Hückelheim K, Pramstaller PP, Werner E, Brüggemann N, Tadic V, Lohmann K, Bäumer T, Münchau A, Kasten M, Klein C. Influence of L-dopa on subtle motor signs in heterozygous Parkin- and PINK1 mutation carriers. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2017:95-99.
  42. Vulinovic F, Schaake S, Domingo A, Kumar KR, Defazio G, Mir P, Simonyan K, Ozelius LJ, Brüggemann N, Chung SJ, Rakovic A, Lohmann K, Klein C. Screening study of TUBB4A in isolated dystonia. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2017:118-120.
  43. Lohmann K, Redin C, Tönnies H, Bressman SB, Subero JIM, Wiegers K, Hinrichs F, Hellenbroich Y, Rakovic A, Raymond D, Ozelius LJ, Schwinger E, Siebert R, Talkowski ME, Saunders-Pullman R, Klein C. Complex and Dynamic Chromosomal Rearrangements in a Family With Seemingly Non-Mendelian Inheritance of Dopa-Responsive Dystonia. JAMA Neurol 2017;7:806-812.
  44. Brockmann K, Lohmann K. [Genetic risk variants in Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders]. Nervenarzt 2017;7:713-719.
  45. Hollstein R, Reiz B, Kötter L, Richter A, Schaake S, Lohmann K, Kaiser FJ. Dystonia-causing mutations in the transcription factor THAP1 disrupt HCFC1 cofactor recruitment and alter gene expression. Hum Mol Genet 2017;15:2975-2983.
  46. Balck A, Hanssen H, Hellenbroich Y, Lohmann K, Münchau A. Adult-onset ataxia or developmental disorder with seizures: two sides of missense changes in CACNA1A. J Neurol 2017;7:1520-1522.
  47. Tadic V, Klein C, Hinrichs F, Münchau A, Lohmann K, Brüggemann N. CAPN1 mutations are associated with a syndrome of combined spasticity and ataxia. J Neurol 2017;5:1008-1010.
  48. Simon DK, Wu C, Tilley BC, Lohmann K, Klein C, Payami H, Wills AM, Aminoff MJ, Bainbridge J, Dewey R, Hauser RA, Schaake S, Schneider JS, Sharma S, Singer C, Tanner CM, Truong D, Wei P, Wong PS, Yang T. Caffeine, creatine, GRIN2A and Parkinson’s disease progression. J Neurol Sci 2017:355-359.
  49. Richter A, Hollstein R, Hebert E, Vulinovic F, Eckhold J, Osmanovic A, Depping R, Kaiser FJ, Lohmann K. In-depth Characterization of the Homodimerization Domain of the Transcription Factor THAP1 and Dystonia-Causing Mutations Therein. J Mol Neurosci 2017;1:11-16.
  50. Lohmann K, Klein C. Update on the Genetics of Dystonia. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep 2017;3:26.
  51. Wenzel GR, Lohmann K, Kühn AA. A novel de-novo mutation in the ATP1A3 gene causing rapid-onset dystonia parkinsonism. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2017:120-122.
  52. Zittel S, Lohmann K, Bauer P, Klein C, Münchau A. Munchausen syndrome by genetics: Next-generation challenges for clinicians. Neurology 2017;10:1000-1001.
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