Made in Marseille: one of the oldest cities in Europe

Marseille was founded ~600 BC, is a major Mediterranean port, and full of traditions

Top L-R: Heidy Daumas, Mariama Dione, Léonard Samain-Aupic, Roger Watkins
Bottom L-R: Sarah Le, Rochelle Ackerley, Jean-Marc Aimonetti, Edith Ribot-Ciscar

We are based in the Corps et Multisensorialité (Body and Multisense) team, led by Anne Kavounoudias, which is part of the Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives (LNC; UMR7291, directed by the CNRS) at the St. Charles site at Aix-Marseille University. The lab forms part of the wider network of neurosciences researchers in Marseille, composed of 10 labs that includes 75 teams: NeuroMarseille.

Permanent members
Rochelle Ackerley (Group leader, CNRS researcher)
Jean-Marc Aimonetti (Aix-Marseille University senior lecturer)

Mariama Dione
Roger Holmes Watkins

PhD students
Léonard Samain-Aupic
Sophia Faresse
Mario Amante (co-supervised, based in Gothenburg, Sweden, with Johan Wessberg)

Associated members
Heidy Daumas (V.RTU company)
Sarah Bonnet (V.RTU company)
Maya Elziere (MD, Hopital European)
Victoria Lang (PhD student with Johan Wessberg)
Yvonne Friedrich (PhD student with Ilona Croy)

Previous members
Edith Ribot-Ciscar (INSERM researcher, retired)
Thanh-loan Sarah Le (Masters)
Lisa Raoul (Masters)
Elin Eriksson Hagberg (PhD student, co-supervised in Sweden with Johan Wessberg)

Key collaborators
Johan Wessberg (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Helena Backlund Wasling (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Uta Sailer (University of Oslo, Norway)
Gaby Badre (Swedsleep, Gothenburg, Sweden)
Gwenn Boedec & Julien Deschamps (IRPHE, UMR7342, Aix-Marseille University)
Laurence Mouchnino (LNC, Aix-Marseille University) & GDR TACT
Annett Schirmer (Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

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