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Baptiste Chemin - former PhD student


The goal of my project was to develop an original non-invasive approach to characterise Parkinson’s Disease (PD)-related changes in brain network dynamics. It exploited EEG frequency tagging to investigate the large sensorimotor network underlying our ability to perceive and produce musical rhythms. PD patients show strongly impaired abilities for rhythm perception, rhythm production and beat prediction. This can be explained by the fact that the basal ganglia - a key hub of this network - are critically affected in PD. Characterizing these functional changes could constitute a unique mean to directly measure the consequences of a hub dysfunction on neural network in patients, and the modulation induced by neurorehabilitation strategies such as gait auditory cueing.

Group members



EEG time-warping to study non-strictly-periodic EEG signals related to the production of rhythmic movements

Journal of Neuroscience Methods

Chemin B, Huang G, Mulders D, Mouraux A.



Body movement selectively shapes the neural representation of musical rhythms

Psychological Science

Chemin B, Mouraux A, Nozaradan S.


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