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Julien Grandjean

PhD Student

julien grandjean 140x180Julien is a third year PhD student, having previously graduated in the field of motor sciences (2015). He first joined the CoActions lab in 2013 as a research student. During his master studies, he enhanced his research skills at KU Leuven working under the supervision of Pr. Swinnen thanks to an Erasmus grant. Julien is currently working on two main projects including (1) the development of a double-coil TMS method allowing to obtain motor-evoked potentials in both hands simultaneously (cfr. Innovation section) and the investigation of preparatory inhibition in addiction (cfr. Addiction section).

Representative Publications

  1. Grandjean J, Quoilin C, Duque J (2019). Investigating the effect of anticipating a startling acoustic stimulus on preparatory inhibition. Neurophysiologie Clinique 49 (2), 137-147.
  2. Vassiliadis P, Grandjean J, Derosiere G, de Wilde Y, Quemener L, Duque J (2018). Using a double-coil TMS protocol to assess preparatory inhibition bilaterally. Frontiers in Neuroscience 12, 139.
  3. Grandjean J, Derosiere G, Vassiliadis P, Quemener L, de Wilde Y, Duque J (2018). Towards assessing corticospinal excitability bilaterally: Validation of a double-coil TMS method. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 293, 162-168.

Posters

  1. Vassiliadis P, Grandjean J, Derosiere G and Duque J (2019, October). Training-related modulation of preparatory activity in the motor system. Society for Neuroscience (SfN). Chicago, USA.
  2. Grandjean J, Warnauts C, Lancelon E, Fierens A, Verdure M, Duque J. (2019, May). Is preparatory inhibition altered in binge-drinkers? A TMS experiment. 13th National Congress of the Belgian Society for Neuroscience. Brussels, Belgium.
  3. Grandjean J, Vassiliadis P, Derosiere G, de Wilde Y, Quemener L, Duque J. (2018, September).Validation of a new double-coil TMS method to assess corticospinal excitability bilaterally. Belgian Brain Congress (BBC). Liege, Belgium.
  4. Derosiere G, Thura D, Van Hemelrijck S, Grandjean J, Cisek P, Duque J. (2018, May). Time-dependent impact of urgency on corticospinal excitability during action selection. 28th Neural Control of Movement (NCM) Meeting. Santa Fe, NM, USA.
  5. Grandjean J, Vassiliadis P, Derosiere G, de Wilde Y, Quemener L, Duque J. (2017, December). Investigating the Reliability of a Double-Coil TMS Method to Assess Corticospinal Excitability. 9th IoNS Young Researcher Day. Brussels, Belgium.
  6. Wilhelm E, Grandjean J, Duque J. (2017, July). Testing the influence of various parameters on preparatory motor inhibition: a possible explanation for discrepancies between previous studies? Progress in Motor Control (PMC) conference. Key Biscayne Miami, Florida, USA.
  7. Grandjean J, Vassiliadis P, Derosiere G, de Wilde Y, Quemener L, Duque J. (2017, May). A New Double-Coil TMS Method to Assess Corticospinal Excitability Bilaterally. 12th National Congress of the BSN. Ghent, Belgium.
  8. Wilhelm E, Grandjean J, Duque J. (2017, May). Testing the influence of various parameters on preparatory motor inhibition: a possible explanation for discrepancies between previous studies. 12th National Congress of the BSN. Ghent, Belgium.
  9. Grandjean J, Derosiere G, Vassiliadis P, Quemener L, de Wilde Y, Duque J. (2017, May). Investigating the Reliability of a Double-Coil TMS Method to Assess Corticospinal Excitability Bilaterally. 27th Neural Control of Movement (NCM) Meeting. Dublin, Ireland.
  10. Wilhelm E, Grandjean J, Duque J. (2017, May). Testing the influence of various parameters on preparatory motor inhibition: a possible explanation for discrepancies between previous studies. 27th Neural Control of Movement (NCM) Meeting. Dublin, Ireland.
  11. Grandjean J, Derosiere G, Vassiliadis P, Quemener L, de Wilde Y, Duque J. (2017, March). Validation of a Double-Coil TMS Method to Assess Corticospinal Excitability. 2nd International Brain Stimulation Conference. Barcelona, Spain.

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