Electrophysiological tool to assist the localization and understanding of the pathophysiologic mechanisms during deep brain stimulation: local field potential (LFP). ( here ) Grant Fondation de l'Avenir
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) for movement disorders can lead language adverse effects. We assess the involvement of subthalamic region , on the production of speech by comparing the neuronal activity during tasks with and without articulation. ( here )
Repeated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS), introduced in 1985, allows a stimulation focused, non-invasive and virtually painless in the central nervous system. It is used to treat particularly chronic pain and depression. ( here )
In this study, we want to use the accelerometer
as a quantitative method to assess the movement
with the aim to optimize the positioning of DBS electrode.
( here )
In collaboration with School of Life Sciences of FHNW University.