Crottaz-Herbette Sonia, PhD.

Clinical Research Scientist

Sonia dot Crottaz-Herbette at chuv dot ch

Background

Post-doc at the Stanford University, Medical School Cognitive & Systems Neuroscience Lab

PhD in Neurosciences and Psychology,
University of Geneva and University of Paris Pierre et Marie Curie

Research interests

Brain plasticity, Stroke lesions, Visual neglect, Prismatic adaptation

Functional MRI, DSI, Resting state fMRI, EEG

Current projects

Cerebral plasticity following prismatic adaptation

Near and far visual processing in neglect patients

Structural and functional connectivity

Current collaborators on my projects

Pia De Stefano, Doctoral MD student, Faculty of Biology and Medecine, Lausanne University

Manon Durand-Ruel, EPFL Life sciences, Master student, trainee

Mona Elamly, Master student, Faculty of Biology and Medecine, Lausanne University

Louis Gudmundsson, Doctoral MD student, Faculty of Biology and Medecine, Lausanne University

Sara Lourenço Pereira, Master student, Faculty of Biology and Medecine, Lausanne University

Melissa Pochon, Master student, Faculty of Biology and Medecine, Lausanne University

Isabel Tissières, PhD student Lemanic Neuroscience doctoral school

Stephanie Clarke, Professor, Head of the Neuropsychology and Neurorehabilitation Clinic Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois

Awards and Grants

  • Biaggi Foundation, Lausanne, 2016-2018
  • Biaggi Foundation, Lausanne, 2012-2013
  • Marie Heim-Vogtlin Fellowship, Swiss National Science Foundation, 2010-2012
  • University of California San Francisco, UCSF, Clinical research award Pain Day 2005.
  • Stanford University Research Award Department of Anesthesia, 2005.
  • Swiss National Science Foundation, Fellowship for young researcher, 2001
  • Medical Research Foundation Fellowship, Paris, 2000
  • Research Fellowship, Graduate School of the Faculty of Psychology, Geneva, 1997-2000

Publications

  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Bindschaedler, C., Manzoni, L., Fornari, E. and Clarke, S. (Submitted) Left hemisphere provides compensatory mechanisms in neglect: fMRI evidence from prismatic adaptation intervention.
  • Clarke, S. and Crottaz-Herbette, S. (2016) Modulation of visual attention by prismatic adaptation. Neuropsychologia, Jun 21. pii: S0028-3932(16)30221-4.
  • Anken J, Knebel JF, Crottaz-Herbette S, Matusz PJ, Lefebvre J, Murray MM. Neuroimage. (2016) Apr 1;129:335-44.
  • Clarke S, Bindschaedler C, Crottaz-Herbette S. (2015) Impact of cognitive neuroscience on stroke rehabiliation. Stroke. May;46(5):1408-13.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Fornari, E., and Clarke, S. (2014) Prismatic adaptation changes visuo-spatial representation in the inferior parietal lobule. Journal of Neuroscience, Aug 27;34(35):11803-11.
  • Tzabazis, A.Z., Klukinov, M., Crottaz-Herbette, S., Nemenov, M.I., Angst, M.S., and Yeomans, D.C. (2011) Selective nociceptor activation in volunteers by infrared diode laser. Molecular Pain. Mar 22;7:18.
  • Chang, C., Crottaz-Herbette, S. and Menon, V. (2007) Temporal dynamics of basal ganglia response and connectivity during verbal working memory. Neuroimage. Feb 1;34(3):1253-1269.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S. and Menon, V. (2006) Where and when the anterior cingulate cortex modulates attentional response: Combined fMRI and ERP evidence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18, 766-780.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Lau, K.M., Glover, G.H. and Menon, V. (2005). Hippocampal involvement in detection of deviant auditory and visual stimuli. Hippocampus, 15(1), 132-139.
  • Srivastava, G., Crottaz-Herbette, S., Lau, K.M., Glover, G.H. and Menon, V. (2005). ICA-based procedures for removing ballistocardiogram artifacts from EEG data acquired in the MRI scanner. NeuroImage, Jan 1; 24(1):50-60.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Anagnoson, R.T. and Menon, V. (2004) Modality effects in verbal working memory: differential prefrontal and parietal responses to auditory and visual stimuli. Neuroimage, 21,1, 340-351
  • Ragot R., Crottaz-Herbette, S. and Renault B. (2000) Intérêt de la Magnétoencéphalographie (MEG) et de l’Electroencéphalographie (EEG) dans l’Etude de l’Audition. In : Y. Christen, L. Collet & M.T. Droy-Lefaix (Eds) Rencontres Ipsen en ORL, Tome 4, 119-124. Irvin Press, Paris.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S. and Ragot, R. (2000). Perception of complex sounds: N1 latency codes pitch and topography codes spectra. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111(10), 1759-1766.
  • Ragot, R. and Crottaz, S. (1999). Analyse électrophysiologique de la réponse du cortex auditif à la hauteur tonale et spectrale des sons complexes. Cahiers de l’Audition, 12, 48-50.
  • Ragot, R. and Crottaz, S. (1998). A dual mechanism for sound pitch perception: new evidence from brain electrophysiology. Neuroreport, 9, 3123-3127.

Book chapter

  • Menon, V. and Crottaz-Herbette, S. (2005). Combined EEG and fMRI studies of human brain function, International Review of Neurobiology, Neuroimaging, 66, 291-321, Elsevier.

Poster presentations

  • Tissières I., Fornari E., Clarke S. and Crottaz-Herbette, S. (2016) Modulation of the auditory space representations by prismatic adaptation. OHBM Geneva.
  • Da Costa S., Tissières 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) Modulation of the auditory space representations by prismatic adaptation. OHBM Geneva.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Bindschaedler, C, Fornari, E. and Clarke, S. (2014) Prismatic adaptation changes visuo-spatial representation in parietal cortex in normal subjects and neglect patients. World Congress of Neurorehabilitation, Istanbul.
  • Clarke, S., At, A., Cammoun, L., Crottaz-Herbette, S. (2012). Processing streams, plasticity and cognitive rehabilitation. 7th World Congress for NeuroRehabilitation, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Nemenov, M., Klyukinov, M., Greenspan, J. and Yeomans, D.C. (2005). Selective activation of A versus C nociceptors by infrared diode laser in humans: A combined evoked potentials and fMRI study. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Washington.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Nemenov, M., Angst, M., Klyukinov, M., Cuellar, J.M., Yeomans, D.C. (2005) Selective activation of C vs. A nociceptors by infrared diode laser stimuli in humans : An evoked potential study. International Association for the Study of Pain, IASP Sydney Meeting.
  • Nemenov, M., Greenspan, J., Crottaz-Herbette, S., Cuellar, J.M., Yeomans, D.C. (2005). Pricking pain vs. burning pain selectively evoked by infrared diode laser stimulation. International Association for the Study of Pain, IASP Sydney Meeting.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Klyukinov, M., Yeomans, D.C., Greenspan, J. and Nemenov, M. (2005). Differential activation of C or A nociceptors by infrared diode laser in humans: Psychophysics and physiology. American Pain Society Meeting, Boston.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S. and Menon, V. (2004) Early, modality-specific, attentional modulation by the anterior cingulate cortex: Complementary evidence from fMRI and ERP, Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Lau, K.M., Glover, G.H. and Menon, V. (2004). Hippocampal role in detection of auditory and visual deviant stimuli. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco.
  • Srivastava, G., Crottaz-Herbette, S., Lau, K.M., Glover, G.H., Menon, V. (2003). Simultaneous EEG/fMRI at 3T: Acquisition, Artifact removal and Signal Detection. Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Symposium, James H. Clark Center Auditorium, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S., Anagnoson, R. and Menon, V. (2002). Double dissociation between prefrontal and parietal cortex activation during auditory versus visual working memory, Cognitive Neuroscience meeting, San Francisco. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, C89 Suppl.
  • Ragot, R. and Crottaz-Herbette, S. (2001). Place coding of sound spectrum vs. latency coding of periodicity pitch. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 41 (3): 221-221.
  • Crottaz-Herbette, S. and Ragot, R. (2000). Auditory attentional mechanisms in neglect: An ERP study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 82C Suppl.
  • Crottaz, S., Ragot, R. and Renault, B. (1999). A dual mechanism for auditory pitch perception: new evidence from brain electrophysiology. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 33 (1): 95.