The Laboratory for Cognitive and Neurological Sciences investigates the anatomo-functional organization of the healthy and neurological brain using neuroimaging and non-invasive brain stimulation methods.

 

NEWS

  • Sept 2018: The LCNS welcomes Corentin Wicht as a Doc.ch PhD fellowship
  • Jun 2018: The LCNS welcomes Hugo Najberg as PhD student
  • Jan 2018: The LCNS welcomes Dr Maurizio Rigamonti as scientific collaborator
  • Oct 2017: The LCNS welcomes Laura Wachtl as PhD student
  • Sept 2017: Dr Spierer has received a research grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation for Scientific Research on his work on plasticity of executive funcitons
  • Sept 2017: Dr Spierer has received a research grant from the Swiss Foundation for Alcohol Research to support his research on the neurophysiology of brain plasticity
  • Apr 2017: Dr Spierer has received a research grant from the Velux Foundation for his research on brain plasticity in aging
  

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

  • Radman et al., in Frontiers in Neuroscience:"Dorsolateral prefrontal transcranial direct current stimulation modulates language processing but does not facilitate overt second language word production"
  • Sallard et al., International Journal of Psychophysiology: "Spatiotemporal brain dynamics underlying attentional bias modifications"
  • Sallard et al., PLoS One: "Modulation of inhibitory control by prefrontal anodal tDCS: A crossover double-blind sham-controlled fMRI study"
  • Jost et al., Neuropsychologia: "Behavioral and electrophysiological signatures of word translation processes"
  • Chouiter et al., Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience: "Glossolalia and Aphasia: Related but Different Worlds"
  • Dieguez et al., Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology: "Birth and death of a phantom"
  • De Pretto et al., Frontiers in Neuroscience: "Electrical Neuroimaging of Music Processing Reveals Mid-Latency Changes with Level of Musical Expertise"
  • Annoni et al., European Journal of Neurology: "Characterization of social cognition impairment in multiple sclerosis Manuscript"
  

ECHOES FROM THE PRESS

  • Interview of professor Annoni in the journal  Le Matin,  "Le bilinguisme augumente les réserves cognitives". Link to the article
  • Interview of professor Annoni in the journal La Liberté,  "Une mémoire de moins en moins vive". Link to the article
  • Interview of professor Annoni in the journal La Liberté,  "Le cerveau bilingue à la loupe". Link to the article
  • The Prof C Nicollier gave a talk during the 5th Research day in medicine. Link to the article
  • Web article "Myth Busted: Conspiracy Theorists Do Believe Stuff 'Just Happens' " on the website www.livescience.com. Link to the article
  • Web article "Les adeptes de la théorie du complot ne rejettent pas le hasard" on the rts info website. Link to the article
  • Interview of Jean-Marie Annoni on the brain lateralization, 12h45 program on the RTS TV. Link to the podcast
  • Interview of JM Annoni on "How the brain of bilinguals work?", Actu program on "la Télé". Link to the podcast

 

Laboratory for cognitive and neurological sciences (LCNS) - Chemin du Musée 5 - 1700 Fribourg - Tel +41 26 300 8539 michael.mouthon@unifr.ch - Swiss University