25 May 2018 Marseille (France)

11th Scientific Day of the Centre IRM-INT@CERIMED, Marseilles

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11th Scientific Day of the Centre IRM-INT@CERIMED

Adaptation of brain sensorimotor networks during development and aging

 25 may 2018 - site CERIMED

 

This conference day will address the question of how our brain adapts throughout the lifespan due to major changes related to growth and normal aging. Speakers will present recent findings and advances in functional, diffusion and anatomical imaging to unravel the underpinnings of adaptive processes that inevitably occur in the brain sensorimotor network in both children and the elderly.

Organizers : Anne Kavounoudias, Christine Assaiante & Caroline Landelle

 

Registration FREE mandatory

Scientific Program 

9h : Welcome participants

9h30 - 10h30 Keynote : Stephan Swinnen (KU Leuven, Belgium)
                     "Aging in the motor system: brain structure, function and connectivity"

10h30 – 11h Coffee break

11h - 12h30 (30 min / talk)

Talk1 : Caroline Landelle (LNSC, Marseille)
            "Aging brain and impairment in self-motion perception"

Talk2 : Demian Battaglia (INS, Marseille)
            "Functional connectivity dynamics of the resting state across the human adult lifespan"

Talk3 : Julien Lefèvre (INT, Marseille)
            "Relationship between global features of the brain shape and functional regionalization across development"

12h30 - 14h30 Lunch break – Poster Session

14h30 - 15h30 Keynote: Julien Doyon (McGill, Canada)
               "Neural Correlates of Motor Skill Learning and Consolidation in Young and Older Adults"

15h30 - 17h (30 min / talk)

Talk4 : Fabien Cignetti (TIMC-IMAG, Grenoble)
            "Brain correlates of predictive motor control: typical and atypical developmental features"

Talk5 : Marie-Hélène Grosbras (LNC, Marseille)
            "Adolescents sensorimotor and oculomotor cortex activity  during social perception"

Talk6 : Frédérique Liégeois (London, UK)
            "MRI correlates of developmental coordination disorder in childhood"

 17h - Cocktail– Poster Session

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