Synchronization and Modulation of Neural Network in Epilepsy (SyMoNNE)

Depaulis Antoine
Epileptogenesis, oscillations, synchronization, cortex, maturation

Présentation

The goal of our team is to understand how an epileptic neural circuit is built and how it can switch between a physiological and a pathological activity. For this purpose, we use animal models of epilepsy in rodents and we carry out clinical studies with patients who suffer from epilepsy.


Permanent staff

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Last name First name Mail
DEPAULIS Antoine depaulis@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
DERANSART Colin colin.deransart@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
GUILLEMAIN Isabelle isabelle.guillemain@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
KAHANE Philippe philippe.kahane@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
MINOTTI Lorella LMinotti@chu-grenoble.fr
SABOURDY Cécile cecile.sabourdy@wanadoo.fr
VERCUEIL Laurent Lvercueil@chu-grenoble.fr

Corresponding Research Areas in NeuroCoG

Neural cells and neural networks: yes
Cognitive functions: yes
Social and cognitive interactions: no
Parkinson’s Disease (PD): no

Published on January 10, 2018