The affiliation to Inserm, CNRS, University of Lyon, and Hospices Civils de Lyon of our unit’s members allows formation of various Master and PhD students (Neurosciences, Neuropsychology, Statistics) as well as numerous medical or paramedical students and from engineering schools.
We are involved in teaching in 1st, 2nd and 3d cycles in different Faculties of Medicine of Lyon, and in school of nurses, physiotherapists … We are also involved in the practical and theoretical training of different Master Research degrees (Neuropsychology, Health Systems, Neuroscience in Lyon, Cognitive Sciences in Grenoble, Surgical Neurosciences in Grenoble), Professional Master of Neuropsychology (Lille and Chambéry), and several “DU” (Ethics and Health, Neuro-ophthalmology and Neuro-otology).
We also teach abroad: neurophysiology in Faculty of Medicine of Fes (Marroco), DESA of Neurosciences in Casablanca, Brain and Behaviour PhD program in Germany (NeurAct : Giessen University), ‘The Embodied Mind’ PhD program in University of Copenhagen, Automn School of Cognitive Neuroscience (Oxford), Gregorian Pontifical University of Roma ...
Organization of conferences
XVIII International Neuro-Ophtalmology Society Meeting
Lyon, 15–19 June 2010
Organizers: Alain Vighetto & Caroline Tilikete
Meeting "Attention and Performance, Sensorimotor Foundations of Higher Cognition"
Château de Pizay, 2–8 July 2006, 70 participants
Organizers: Yves Rossetti, P. Haggard (UK), M. Kawato (Japan)
* Broadcast of February 12th, 2014
Report RTS: Lésions cérébrales: comment récupérer son GPS interne Yves Rossettihttp://www.rts.ch/emissions/36-9/5562901-lesions-cerebrales-comment-recuperer-son-gps-interne.html
* Journée thématique douleur - 8 octobre 2010, Paris
Les troubles du schéma corporel, quelle place dans la douleur ? Yves Rossettihttp://www.sfetd-douleur.org/ModuleEventPublic/viewPresentation.phtml?about=rc%2f2010%2fjtd8octobr%2fjtd-8-octo%2fsession%2f20101008-0945-1%2f1010-4%2f_container
Les Mots-clés de l'Unité
Unit's Key words
- Functional imaging
- Oculomotor control