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23 mai 2013 – 13h30/15h00

Le thème 1b de l’ARC2 organise une session spéciale lors de la conférence internationale des neurosciences qui se tiendra à Lyon en mai prochain.

Cette session, qui se tiendra le 23 mai, s’intitulera « Handicap et plasticité ». Elle permettra une présentation rapide de l’ARC2 et du thème, une présentation des travaux de recherche de quelques-uns des lauréats du processus d’attribution d’allocations doctorales de recherche de l’ARC2 en 2012, ainsi qu’une conférence invitée d’Uta Noppeney, spécialiste de la multisensorialité.

Venez nombreux y assister !

[do action= »citation-arcs »]The Academic Research Community  » Quality of life and ageing  »  (ARC 2) of the Rhône-Alpes Region is set at the crossroad of research on neuroscience, quality of life, handicap and ageing, and aims at organising networks, insuring communication between research fields, and supporting the transfer towards the societal, sanitary and economic environment to supply answers to a social need.
Taking the opportunity of the “11ème Colloque de la Société des Neurosciences” taking place in Lyon in May 2013, a special session on “handicaps and brain plasticity” will be organized grouping a number of presentations about work in progress supported by the ARC 2 in the field in 2012, and an invited lecture by Uta Noppeney about plasticity in multisensory integration.[/do]

Previsional program

  • Luis Garcia Larrea, Hélène Loevenbruck, Jean-Luc Schwartz: presentation of the theme “Neuroscience and Handicaps” or the ARC 2
  • Uta Noppeney (Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics Centre, University of Birmingham, UK): Plasticity in multisensory integration
  • Patricia Rousselle (LBTI, UMR 5305 – CNRS/UCBLyon 1, France): The cellular microenvironment contribution to skin function and repair.
  • Jean-Luc Schwartz, Frédéric Berthommier, Ganesh Atigodu (GIPSA-Lab, UMR5216, CNRS – Univ. Grenoble Alpes): Audiovisual binding and speech perception in adverse conditions
  • Romain Tisserand & Laurence Chèze (LBMC, UMR_T 9406, Université Lyon 1 / IFSTTAR): Simulation model adapted to elderly and disabled populations to represent different balance recovery behaviors.
  • Lea Claude, Hélène Bastuji (NeuroPain, CRNL Lyon, INSERM/CNRS/UCB Lyon 1): The antalgic power of sleep? In search of the factors which influence the disruption of sleep process by nociceptive stimuli in Humans.