Elisabeth Colon

Elisabeth Colon

Postdoctorate researcher (BAEF fellowship)

Supervisor : Pr. A. Mouraux

2009-2015

During her PhD, Elisabeth Colon developed a novel approach to study the cortical processes underlying pain perception in humans based on the recording of nociceptive steady-state evoked potentials (SS-EPs). The aim was to isolate cortical activity more preferentially involved in nociception. We showed that SS-EPs is useful to tag cortical activity related to the perception of sustained pain that possibly reflects nociceptive-specific stages of cortical processing. She then pursued her work as a postdoctorate researcher, with the aim of developing a new approach to study patients suffering from chronic pain with SS-EPs. 

Elisabeht Colon is now a postdoctorate researcher in the lab of Prof. D. Borsook (Pain and Imaging Neuroscience - PAIN, Massachussets General Hospital)

 

 

Talks

Novel approaches to characterize the cortical representation of pain in the brain

2011. Mouraux A, Colon E, Legrain V, Liang M, Nozaradan S, Plaghki L, Iannetti GD. Belgian Neurological Society. Brussels. Nov. 2011

Nociceptive and non-nociceptive steady-state evoked potentials tag distinct cortical networks

2011. Colon E, Mouraux A. Translational Neurobiology of the Pain System XV: Laser Talks 2011. Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction. Aalborg, Jun 2011.

Exploration of nociceptive cortical processing with steady-state evoked potentials

2011. Colon E.  UCL meets UCL meeting. University College London. May 2011.

Posters

Exploration of nociceptive cortical processing with steady-state evoked potentials

Colon E, Legrain V, Mouraux A. Pain in Europe VII - 7th Congress of the European Federation of IASP Chapters (EFIC). Hamburg. Sept 2011.

Nociceptive steady-state laser-evoked brain potentials

 Mouraux A, Nozaradan S, Colon E, Iannetti GS, Plaghki L. Neuroscience 2010 (SFN), San Diego, USA, Nov. 2010.