Roxane Dekeyser - former postdoc (FNRS)

My research project investigated the neurophysiological mechanisms underlying visual-nociceptive integration in the representation of the body and the peripersonal space. More specifically, I used 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

Behabioural Brain Research

Filbrich L, Blandiaux S, Manfron L, Farnè A, De Keyser R, Legrain V.

362: 114-121

Unimodal and crossmodal extinction of nociceptive stimuli in healthy volunteers

2019

Experimental Brain Research

De Keyser R, Mouraux A, Quek GL, Torta DM, Legrain V.

236(10):2751-2763.

Fast Periodic Visual Stimulation to study tool-selective processing in the human brain

2018

Clinical Neurophysiology

De Keyser R, van den Broeke E, Courtin A, Dufour A, Mouraux A.

129(5):1011-1019

Event-related brain potentials elicited by high-speed cooling of the skin: a robust and non-painful method to assess the spinothalamic system in humans

2018

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

NOCIONS : PAIN RESEARCH AT UCLOUVAIN