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13ème journée du centre IRM-INT

vendredi 14 octobre 2022 à 09:00
Publié le 12/09/2022

le 14 octobre 2022, 9h, à Cerimed

PROGRAM
9h : Welcome
9h15 : Introduction of the MRI Centre
Morning session: Language & its pathologies
9h30 – 10h30 : Keynote : Kate Watkins (St Anne’s College, Oxford):  “Neural correlates of developmental disorders of speech and language”
10h30 – 11h : Coffe break & posters session
11h – 12h30 : Projects carried out at the MRI Centre
Eddy Cavalli : “Compensatory re-organization of the reading network in adult with dyslexia”
Lydia Dorokhova, Snežana Todorović & Elin Runnqvist : “Monitoring novel and learned actions : movements, speech, words”
Lauriane Veron-Delor, Jérémy Danna & Serge Pinto : “Motor network of writing and dysgraphia in Parkinson’s disease”
12h30 – 14h30 : Lunch break & Posters session
Afternoon session: Sensory-motor & its pathologies 17h : Cocktail & posters session17h : Cocktail & Posters session
14h30 – 15h30 : Keynote : Tamar Makin (MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge): “Brain plasticity for alternative hand control : From phantoms to extra robotic fingers”
15h30 – 17h : Projects carried out at the MRI Centre
Raphaëlle Schlienger & Anne Kavounoudias : “Perception of the body & deafferentation : spinal cord and brain MRI approaches”
Manon Chateau & Jozina De Graaf : “Sensory-motor loop underlying phantom hand movements in transhumeral amputees”
Thomas Brochier : “Argon neuroprotection in a non-human primate model of transient cerebral ischemia”
17h : Cocktail & Posters session

REGISTRATION
Registration is free but mandatory.    
Please register for the 13th annual scientific day fMRI meeting by Friday 7th October 2022.
To register, please choose “Registration” from the menu on the left.
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We encourage all students and post-docs to present posters of their MRI studies, whether or not they involve brain disorders.