Alexandre Stouffs - PhD student (IMI2 PAINCARE)

My PhD is conducted in the framework of a large-scale Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI PAIN-CARE) project, subtopic BioPain. The aim of this subtopic is to identify and validate a number of functional biomarkers based on non-invasive measures of neural activity (peripheral measures of nerve excitability, spinal and brainstem reflexes, measures of brain activity using electroencephalography [EEG] and functional magnetic resonance imaging [MRI] that can be used in humans to assess the effects of a given drug on the nociceptive system. If successful, these biomarkers would be used in future studies for the early stages of the pharmacological development of novel treatments for pain, and back-translated to animal models.

Group members

Publications

2019

Heterosynaptic facilitation of mechanical nociceptive input is dependent on the frequency of conditioning stimulation

Journal of Neurophysiology

van den Broeke EN, Gousset S, Bouvy J, Stouffs A, Lebrun L, van Neerven SGA, Mouraux A.

122(3):994-1001

2019

IMI-PAINCARE, BIOPAIN : validation chez lhomme de nouveaux biomarqueurs fonctionnels pour le dÈveloppement pharmacologique de traitements de la douleur

Douleur et Analgésie

Stouffs A, Lebrun L, Mouraux A.

31(4): 230

2018

Philips Intellivue NMT module: variability of initial measurements

Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing

Stouffs A, Ibsen A, Jamart J, Dubois V, Dubois PE.

32(5): 965-966

2016

Intraoperatively diagnosed tracheal tear during a parathyroidectomy with previously undiagnosed tracheomalacia: a case report

Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica

Stouffs A, Scholtes JL.

67(4): 197-199

Institute of Neuroscience (IONS) - Université catholique de Louvain (UCL)

NOCIONS : PAIN RESEARCH AT UCLOUVAIN