Angela Sirigu has invited Fadila Hadj-Bouziane from the team ImpAct, to present her results about:
Face processing and resting state networks explored by fMRI in monkeys
I will be talking about brain networks underlying face-processing and brain networks at rest in macaque monkeys. I will first present a series of experiments that we carried out in the awake monkey using fMRI and a combination of approaches (lesion, electrophysiological recording and pharmacological manipulation) to examine the network underlying face-processing, a distributed network comprising regions from the temporal cortex that extends to include regions in frontal and parietal cortices, and subcortical structures such as the amygdala (Bruce And Young, 1986; Haxby et al., 2001). I will then talk about resting state networks and the effect of pharmacological manipulations on their intrinsic and extrinsic organizations.
Council Room, ISC Marc Jeannerod from 11.30am