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Gan Huang - former postdoc

Group : 

André Mouraux


The objective of this postdoc was to develop novel approaches to study the cortical representation of pain in the human brain, using novel techniques combining transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electroencephalography (EEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).



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.

in press.


The human primary somatosensory cortex is differentially involved in vibrotaction and nociception

Journal of Neurophysiology

Lenoir C, Huang G, Vandermeeren Y, Hatem SM, Mouraux A.

in press.


Central sensitization of mechanical nociceptive pathways is associated with a long-lasting increase of pinprick-evoked brain potentials

Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

van den Broeke E, Lambert J, Huang G, Mouraux A.

in press.


The rostral ventro-medial medulla (RVM) control of cutaneous vasomotion of paws and tail in the rat. Implication for pain studies

Journal of Neurophysiology

El Bitar N, Pollin B, Huang G, Mouraux A, Le Bars D.

in press.


MEP latencies predict the neuromodulatory effect of cTBS delivered to the ipsilateral and contralateral sensorimotor cortex


Huang G, Mouraux A.

in press.


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.

in press.

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