Le BRAMS est heureux d’annoncer la venue en tant que Chercheur invité du Professeur Christo Pantev (Université de Munster, Allemagne) en Avril 2009.
A PROPOS DE CHRISTO PANTEV
Pr. Pantev’s scientific research, aimed at three major topics, address vital theoretical and clinical issues. The majority of this research has been done with international collaborators.
- The functional organization and plasticity of cortical structures, with the objective of understanding organizational and re-organizational cortical and sub-cortical mechanisms in the auditory and somatosensory systems in humans, induced by deafferentation (amputees, blind people, and patients with cochlear implants) as well as very intense skill training (musicians).
- Oscillatory (evoked, induced and steady-state) brain dynamics in the visual, auditory and somatosensory modalities with respect to cognitive processes.
- Analysis of temporal structures in the central auditory system with respect to language and music
- EEG and MEG
- Event-related transient and steady state potentials and fields
- Functional organization and reorganization of cortical structures
- Induced brain activity and oscillatory brain dynamics
- Perception of spectral and virtual pitch
- Time processsing in the central auditory system
- Neurophysiological basics of music
- Cortical plasticity and music
- Multimodal cortical plasticity
- MEG-fMRI integration