Tissières Isabel



 

PhD Student and Teaching-Assistant

Isabel dot Tissieres at chuv dot ch

 

 

Background

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Unidistance.

  • Cognitive plasticity in normal aging: impact of new language learning on executive functions and working memory.

Master in Neurosciences, University of Geneva, UNIGE.

  • Sustained attention and intra-individual variability in 8 to 12 years old children.

Research interests

Spatial Cognition, auditory and visual processing, attentional systems, plasticity, neuroimaging, brain lesions.

Current projects

Cross-modal neuroplasticity: focus on visual and auditory spatial representations.

Cerebral plasticity following prismatic adaptation

Publications

Tissieres, I., Crottaz-Herbette, S. & Clarke, S. (2018) Exploring auditory neglect: anatomo-clinical correlations of auditory extinction. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. doi: 10.1016/j.rehab.2018.05.001.

Tissieres, I., Fornari, E., Clarke, S. & Crottaz-Herbette, S. (2018) Supramodal effect of rightward prismatic adaptation within the ventral attentional system. Brain Struct Function. doi: 10.1007/s00429-017-1572-2

Tissieres, I., Elamly, M., Clarke, S. & Crottaz-Herbette, S. (2017) For Better or Worse: The effect of Prismatic Adaptation on Auditory Neglect. Neural Plasticity. Article ID: 8721240.

Crottaz-Herbette, S., Fornari, E., Tissieres I. & Clarke, S. (2017) A brief exposure to leftward prismatic adaptation enhances the representation of the ipsilateral visual field in the right inferior parietal lobule. eNEURO ENEURO.0310-17.2017. doi: 10.1523/ENEURO.0310-17.2017

Poster & Oral presentations

  • Brain Connectivity Workshop (2016). Marseille, France.
  • Tissieres I., Fornari E., Clarke S. and Crottaz-Herbette, S. (2016) Modulation of the auditory space representations by prismatic adaptation. OHBM Geneva.
  • Da Costa S., Tissièees I., Rapin P.-A., Fornari E., Van der Zwaag W., Meuli R., Clarke S. , Crottaz-Herbette S. (2016) Postlesional plasticity of tonotopic maps in primary auditory cortex. OHBM Geneva. (2016).
  • Buchard, A., Cardoso-Leite, P., Tissieres, I., Schrater, P. and Bavelier, D. (2016) Structural learning: a promising concept to grasp individual differences that are relevant for real-life outcomes. 2nd Jean Piaget Conferences Geneva.
  • Tissieres I., Fornari E., Clarke S. and Crottaz-Herbette, S. Auditory and visual space representations modulations by prismatic adaptation. LNAM, Diablerets (2016).
  • Tissieres I., Fornari E., Clarke S. and Crottaz-Herbette, S. The hemispheric dominance for auditory and visual spatial representations in the inferior parietal lobule reversed by prismatic adaptation. Journées Romandes de la Neuropsychologie, Sion (2016). Poster presentation.
  • Tissieres I., Fornari E., Clarke S. and Crottaz-Herbette, S. The hemispheric dominance for auditory and visual spatial representations in the inferior parietal lobule reversed by prismatic adaptation. ABIM, Champéry (2017).
  • Tissieres, I., Crottaz-Herbette, S., Lucas Spierer & Clarke, S. Neural substrate of sound object segregation. Auditory Cortex, Banff – Canada (2017).
  • Tissieres, I., Crottaz-Herbette, S., Lucas Spierer & Clarke, S. Neural substrate of sound object segregation. LNAM, Diablerets (2017).
  • Tissieres, I., Crottaz-Herbette, S., Lucas Spierer & Clarke, S. Sound object segregation in stroke patients. ECNR, Lausanne (2017): Poster and Oral presentation.
  • Tissieres, I., Loquet, G., Anken, J., Windler, C., Clarke, S. & Crottaz-Herbette, S. The bright side of training in the dark: audio-visual spatial reorganization in Swiss firefighters. SSN, Zurich (2018).