Lumière sur: La modélisation cérébrale personnalisée au service de l’épilepsie Méthode démontrant l’importance de la connectivité cérébrale pour prédire la direction de propagation des crises épileptiques en corrélation avec un pronostic chirurgical. Ces résultats ont été publiés le 14 février 2017 dans la revue Brain.

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Job Offer: 3-year PhD Grant in PhysioNet Team, In Vivo Group

          3-year PhD Scholarships – Call for PhD Applications 2018 for students who validated a master’s from non-French universities Aix-Marseille University (AMU) - PhD program ...

New PhysioNet Paper: The nucleus reuniens controls long-range hippocampo-prefrontal gamma synchronization during slow oscillations

Check our new paper in Journal of Neuroscience :: Ferraris M, Ghestem A, Vicente AF, Nallet-Khosrofian L, Bernard C,  Quilichini PP.  The nucleus reuniens controls long-range hippocampo-prefronta...

A combined biomarker for epileptogenic tissue

A classical marker of epileptogenic tissues is the interictal epileptiform discharge. Recently, is has been proposed to use high frequency oscillations as a more specific marker. We have shown in our ...

Epilepsy: Building Personalised Models of the Brain

Epilepsy: Building Personalised Models of the Brain Human Brain Project scientist Viktor Jirsa is the head of a team creating personalised brain models for patients with intractable epilepsy. He ex...

Le cortex moteur aide à mieux entendre

Le cortex moteur aide à mieux entendre Le cortex moteur et le cortex auditif travaillent de concert pour entendre un son ou une parole en environnement bruyant. L’équipe Inserm qui vient de le pr...

Job Offer: programmer Python, Web, Database

Contexte : le projet EPINOV Ce projet est mené par un consortium national composé de cliniciens, de chercheurs et de partenaires industriels intéressés à améliorer le pronostic chirurgical de l...

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Topical Seminar: Tomislav Stankovski (Lancaster, UK)

From Thursday 28th June 2018 at 14:00
To Thursday 28th June 2018 at 15:30

Location : INS seminar room Hopital La timone (5th floor, red wing) Marseille

"Coupling functions in neuroscience" Faculty of Medicine, Ss Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje 1000, Macedonia Department of Physics, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YB, United Kingd...

Keynote Seminar: Kristina Malmgren (Göteborg)

From Thursday 3rd May 2018 at 14:00
To Thursday 3rd May 2018 at 15:30

Location : INS temporary seminar room (5th floor) Faculty of medecine, La timone Marseille

"What do we know about the comprehensive long-term outcomes of epilepsy surgery – the Swedish contribution" Epilepsy surgery is a recognized option in the management of adults and children wi...

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