Key interests: Cell reprogramming and iPS cell technology Neural differentiation of pluripotent stem cells Direct cell fate conversion Stem cell-based disease modeling Neurotransplantation and CNS regeneration
Merging physics, mathematics and neurosciences to improve understanding of brain functioning and dysfunctioning
Mechanisms of synaptic function, plasticity and diversity in health and disease
Clinical features and biomarkers of degenerative ataxias
We record the activity of single neurons in the brains of epilepsy patients implanted with electrodes for seizure focus localization.
Molecular and cellular mechanisms of neuronal wiring in the central nervous system
Selenoproteins in the brain / tRNA modification / thyroid hormone
Social & Affective Neuroscience
We are interested in the function and development of synapse
Human structural and functional neuroimaging (fRMI and PET) with a focus on neurodegenerative disorders.