Focus on The Virtual Epileptic Patient: Researchers at CNRS, INSERM, Aix-Marseille University and AP-HM have just created a virtual brain that can reconstitute the brain of a person affected by epilepsy for the first time. From this work we understand better how the disease works and can also better prepare for surgery. These results are published in Neuroimage, on July 28, 2016.

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ERC starting grant for Adam Williamson

The European Research Council (ERC) has announced the awarding of its Starting Grants to 325 early-career researchers throughout Europe. INS member Adam Williamson was awarded a funding, worth in tota...

Job offer: Neuroinformatician/Mathematical modeler

Neuroinformatician/Mathematical modeler  TNG Team, Institute of System Neuroscience (INS), Marseille, FRANCE  A post-doctoral position is open in the Theoretical Neurosciences Group (TNG) directed...

A virtual brain helps decrypt epilepsy

  Researchers at CNRS, INSERM, Aix-Marseille University and AP-HM have just created a virtual brain that can reconstitute the brain of a person affected by epilepsy for the first time. From this wor...

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Call for Research Teams in Neurosciences

Aix-Marseille Université launches an international call for neuroscience researchers who wish to establish independent research groups in the cutting edge environment of the Timone Medical School cam...

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INS Keynote Seminar – Sylvie NOZARADAN (Sidney)

From Thursday 13th October 2016 at 14:00
To Thursday 13th October 2016 at 15:30

Location : INS seminar room, La Timone, Faculty of medecine, 5th floor (red wing), Marseille

"How musical rhythm entrains the human brain activity, revealed with surface and intra-cerebral EEG frequency-tagging".   Getting entrained to music is a common activity shared by all human c...

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