Portraits series of NeuroCoG PhD and post-docs

  • Elie Poncet, specialized in cognitive neuroscience
    Phd student at LPNC/GIN
    Elie Poncet is a PhD student at the Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience (GIN) and the Laboratory of Psychology and NeuroCognition (LPNC). He is working on emotion and cognition in de novo parkinson's disease patients. He is under the supervision of Elena Moro, Head of the Movement Disorder Department at Grenoble University Hospital and Aurélie Campagne, Associate Professor in cognitive neurosciences.
  • Louise Kauffmann
    Post-doc at LPNC/GIPSA-Lab
    Louise Kauffmann is a post-doc student specialized in cognitive neuroscience and visual perception. She works under the supervision of Nathalie Guyader (Lecturer, GIPSA-Lab) who is an expert in eye-tracking and in the computational and statistical modelling of eye movements, and Carole Peyrin (CNRS researcher, LPNC) who is specialized in the neurocognitive modelling of visual recognition using behavioral measures and fMRI.
  • Nagham Badreddine: a double passion, research and teaching
    Phd student at GIN/GIPSA-lab
    Nagham Badredine is a PhD student at the Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience (GIN) and the Gibsa-Lab Laboratory. She is working on procedural memory : neuronal substrates, physiopathology and modelisation. She is under the supervision of Elodie Fino, a specialist in the fields of synaptic plasticity, networks connectivity and dynamics (GIN, team 'intracellular dynamics and neurodegeneration') and Sophie Achard , a specialist in applied mathematics and the characterization of connectivity between regions of the brain (GIPSA-lab, team 'vision and brain signal processing').
  • Veronica Munoz Ramirez, specialized in MRI and languages
    Phd student at GIN/INRIA Grenoble Rhone-Alpes
    Veronica Munoz Ramirez is a PhD student at the Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience (GIN) and INRIA Grenoble Rhone-Alpes. She is working on the detection of abnormal regions in the recently diagnosed Parkinsonian brain using Magnetic Resonance imaging. She is under the supervision of Michel Dojat, INSERM Research Director, specialized in methods for structural and functional image processing in human or animal brain studies and neuroinformatics, and Florence Forbes, Senior Researcher (Director of Research) at INRIA Grenoble Rhone-Alpes, specialized in statistical learning techniques involving bayesian image analysis, mixture model , clustering techniques, Markov processes and Markov Random Fields.