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Laboratory for Investigative Neurophysiology
Training & Seminars
Welcome to the LINE (the Laboratory for Investigative Neurophysiology)
Congratulations to Ruxandra Tivadar, Nora Turoman, and Michael Notter on successfully passing their mid-thesis examinations.
The LINE's Grace Kurian receives a PREM scholarship to work in Prof. Pawan Sinha's lab at MIT (summer 2018).
Our offices have moved to Rue Centrale 7, in the heart of Lausanne.
Updated Lab Meeting schedule now available (Summer 2018)
New collaboration between the LINE, HAP2U, and the Fondation Asile des Aveugles to help the visually-impaired and automobile drivers alike.
Upcoming talks from the LINE
September 2018: Dr. Matusz to chair a symposium, "The elephant in the (class)room: Learning occurs in multisensory environments" at the IMBES conference in Los Angeles.
October, 2018: Prof. Murray to speak at the Blind Brain Workshop (Lucca, Italy)
Murray et al. (2018) Scientific Reports
Matusz et al. (2018) Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Retsa et al. (2018) Neuroimage
Ordikhani-Seyedlar & Doser (2018) Journal of Neurophysiology
Murray et al. (2018) Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Merkley et al. (2018) "The control of selective attention and emerging mathematical cognition: Beyond unidirectional influences"
Turoman et al. (2018) Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics
Biria et al. (2018) Neuroimage Clinical
Crézé et al. (2018) Appetite
Notter et al. (2018) Cerebral Cortex
Retsa et al. (2018) Schizophrenia Research
Richard et al. (2017) Scientific Reports
May 3rd @12:45: Prof. Beatrice de Gelder with give her lecture "The psychological and neural basis of body perception. Novel methods and new perspectives"
The LINE in the media
Medical Express: New screening tool could help diagnose early cognitive decline in dementia from home
Le Matin: Dr. Matusz interviewed on the role of screen-time on the brain.
Prof. Murray and Dr. Matusz discuss the SYNERGIES project.
Prof. Murray discusses portable EEG technology and its risks.
CQFD radio interview with Dr. Matusz.
Stroke Patients Take the Lead in Their Rehabilitation - press coverage of Carda et al.
Real-World Neuroscience. Dr. Matusz's CNS symposium shows how research extends to everyday settings
PBS covers LINE's research on premature infants' response to touch
Swiss-French radio interviews Prof. Murray and artist Naomi Middelmann.
The LINE on the cover
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Tel. +41 21 314 13 21