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Team “Frontal functions and pathology”

Presentation

Connectivity: frontal parietal,temporal and frontal-subcortical networks
Main domain: Cognition
Subdomain : Clinical & translational neurosciences

Richard LEVY’s team aims to better understand the role and organization of the PreFrontal Cortex (PFC) in the control, in activatory and inhibitory modes, of "willed/voluntary/conscious/goal-directed behaviors", its role as a controller and its involvement in the most “creative” aspects of thinking and how it functionally and structurally interacts with other brain structures. For that, the team will
  • Pursue projects on creativity, reasoning, apathy and brain networks
  • Expand onto some new fundamental topics, such as the neural basis of impulsivity, ecological study of goal-directed behavior and translational applications
  • Characterize and treat pathologies associated with impairments of frontal functions.
 

Major publications

Contact

richard.levy@icm-institute.org

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Team members

  • Antoni VALERO-CABRE

    Principal Investigator, MD, PhD, DR2, CNRS

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  • Benedicte BATRANCOURT

    Principal Investigator, PhD, IR, INSERM

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  • Bruno DUBOIS

    Principal Investigator, MD, PU-PH, Sorbonne University, AP-HP

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  • Daniel MARGULIES

    Principal Investigator, PhD, CR, CNRS

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  • Emmanuel MANDONNET

    Principal Investigator, MD, PhD, PU-PH, University Paris X, AP-HP

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  • Emmanuelle VOLLE

    Principal Investigator, MD, PhD, CR1, INSERM

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  • Harald HAMPEL

    Principal Investigator, MD, PhD, PU, Sorbonne University

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  • Isabelle LE BER

    Principal Investigator, MD, PhD, PH, AP-HP

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  • Raffaella Lara MIGLIACCIO

    Principal Investigator, MD, PhD, CR1, INSERM

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  • Marc TEICHMANN

    Principal Investigator, MD,PhD, PH, AP-HP

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  • Michel THIEBAUT DE SCHOTTEN

    Principal Investigator, PhD, DR2,CNRS

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