Séminaire Amélie Aussel


23 mai 2024    
16h00 - 17h00

2, Avenue de la Foret de Haye, Voandoeuvre-les-Nancy, 54516

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Speaker: Amélie Aussel (INRIA Bordeaux)
Title: Computational modelling of neurostimulation
Neurostimulation techniques, which apply an electric or magnetic field to the brain whether invasively (like DBS) or non-invasively (like tACS or TI), constitute promising therapeutic strategies to restore physiological brain activity and functions altered by neurological disorders. However, experimental and clinical studies on neurostimulation have yielded conflicting results, which highlights a lack of fundamental understanding of its underlying mechanisms.
In a new joint research team between Inria and the Institute of Neurodegenerative Diseases (IMN) in Bordeaux, led by Dr. Fabien Wagner and myself, we aim to combine computational modeling and experimental approaches to evaluate the effect of neurostimulation on neural activity and determine optimal stimulation protocols, with a particular focus on establishing the feasability of employing such techniques in memory-related disorders.
In this presentation, I will present the multiple projects ongoing in the team as well as our first preliminary results.

Place/Lieu: salle Bichat à l’ENSEM (RdC).

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