Elisabeth Colon - former PhD student and postdoc
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.
Elisabeth Colon continued with a postdoc in the lab of Prof. D. Borsook (Pain and Imaging Neuroscience - PAIN, Massachussets General Hospital). She now works at the Research Administration (ADRE) of UCLouvain.
EEG frequency tagging using ultra-slow periodic heat stimulation of the skin reveals cortical activity specifically related to C fiber thermonociceptors
Colon E, Liberati G, Mouraux A.
Absence of Evidence or Evidence of Absence? Commentary: Captured by the pain: Pain steady-state evoked potentials are not modulated by selective spatial attention
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Colon E, Mouraux A.
Frequency-tagging of steady-state evoked potentials to explore the crossmodal links in spatial attention between vision and touch
Colon E, Huang G, Legrain V, Mouraux A.
Steady-state evoked potentials to study the processing of tactile and nociceptive somatosensory input in the human brain
Neurophysiologie Clinique - Clinical Neurophysiology
Colon E, Legrain V, Mouraux A.
Nociceptive steady-state evoked potentials elicited by rapid periodic thermal stimulation of cutaneous nociceptors
Journal of Neuroscience
Mouraux A, Iannetti GD, Colon E, Legrain V, Nozaradan S, Plaghki L.