Monsieur
Brice BATHELLIER
Chargé de recherche
Chercheur
ED 158

The neural basis of sensory perception in mice using high-precision, large-scale neuronal networks recordings, optogenetics, computational neuroscience and mouse behavior.

28-10-2016
17-09-2015
28-10-2016

Team

 Perception occurs through multiple sensory channels. The brain uses this rich information to make guesses about the objects and situations encountered in the environment. In this process, the...

Biographie / Publications

Scientific experience:

Since 2013: Group leader of the ATIP Team "Cortical dynamics and multisensory processing" , UNIC, CNRS, Gif sur Yvette, France

2009-2013: Post-doc (HSFP Long Term Fellow) Rumpel Lab, Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna, Austria

2007-2008: Postdoc (Hoffmann-Roche Research Foundation), Larkum Lab, University of Bern , Switzerland

2003-2007: PhD thesis. Gerstner and Carleton Labs, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

2003 Master Thesis, Lledo Lab, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

2002 Internship in biophysics and sensory physiology, F.G. Barth Lab, Institute of Zoology, University of Vienna, Austria

 

Grants & Awards

2015: HFSP Career Development Award

2014: Research grant, Fyssen foundation

2013:  ATIP/AVENIR , ANR Project SENSEMAKER, Career Integration Grant (CIG - Marie Curie)

2009: Price for the best PhD thesis (2008) awarded by the French Neuroscience Society