Roxane De Keyser

Roxane De Keyser

PhD Student (FNRS Research Project)

Promoter : Pr. V. Legrain

My research project investigates the neurophysiological mechanisms underlying visual-nociceptive integration in the representation of the body and the peripersonal space. More specifically, I use steady state evoked potentials to explore how nociceptive stimulation affects the processing of external visual stimuli in order to form a meaningful multimodal representation of physical threats.

Publications

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Posters

Characterizing cold evoked potentials in healthy volunteers.

De Keyser R, van den Broeke E, Dufour A, Legrain V, Mouraux A. 16th World Congress on Pain, Yokohama (Japan), Sept. 2016.

Research projects

Neurophysiological mechanisms underlying visual-nociceptive integration in the representation of the body and the peripersonal space

This research project investigates the neurophysiological mechanisms underlying visual-nociceptive integration in the representation of the body and the peripersonal space. More specifically, the recording of steady state evoked brain potentials is used to explore how nociceptive stimulation...