bims-madeba Biomed News
on Mal de débarquement syndrome
Issue of 2021‒01‒31
one paper selected by
Jun Maruta
Mount Sinai Health System


  1. Front Neurol. 2020 ;11 624243
    Maruta J.
      Throughout Bernard Cohen's active career at Mount Sinai that lasted over a half century, he was involved in research on vestibular control of the oculomotor, body postural, and autonomic systems in animals and humans, contributing to our understanding of such maladies as motion sickness, mal de débarquement syndrome, and orthostatic syncope. This review is an attempt to trace and connect Cohen's varied research interests and his approaches to them. His influence was vast. His scientific contributions will continue to drive research directions for many years to come.
    Keywords:  cerebellum; eye movement; spatial orientation; velocity storage; vestibuloocular reflex
    DOI:  https://doi.org/10.3389/fneur.2020.624243