Sylvie Nozaradan - postdoc (FNRS)

Coordinator : Pr. André Mouraux

The topic of my research is how musical rhythm entrains the human brain activity. With the help of Profs André Mouraux and Isabelle Peretz, my co-supervisor in Canada, I developed during my PhD an approach to capture the neural mechanisms of musical beat in humans. Currently, I explore this approach as a mean to investigate human neural mechanisms such as neural entrainment, sensorimotor synchronization and multisensory integration. ​To this aim, I use surface and intracerebral EEG, coupled with auditory/visual stimulations, and motion recordings. Also, this research gives rise to thoughts about how and why mixing art and science in research activities.


Derosiere G, Klein PA, Nozaradan S, Zénon A, Mouraux A, Duqué J. J Neurosci (2018); 38(44):9486-9504. [PDF]

Nozaradan S, Keller PE, Rossion B, Mouraux A.

Brain Topogr (2017); 31(2):153-160. [PDF]

Nozaradan S, Mouraux A, Cousineau M. J Neurophysiol (2017); 118(1):243-253. [PDF]

Nozaradan S, Mouraux A, Jonas J, Colnat-Coulbois S, Rossion B, Maillard L. Brain Struct Func (2017); 222(5): 2389-2404. [PDF]

Nozaradan S, Schönwiesner M, Caron-Desrochers L, Lehmann A. Neuroimage (2016); 142:231-240. [PDF]

Cirelli LK, Spinelli C, Nozaradan S, Trainor LJ. Front Neurosci (2016); 10:229. [PDF]

Chemin B, Mouraux A, Nozaradan S. Psychol Sci (2014); 25(12):2147-59. [PDF]

Nozaradan S, Peretz I, Mouraux A. J Neurosci (2012); 32(49):17572-81. [PDF]

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