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Cognition, Action, and sensorimotor plasticity

Nicolas Amiez

PhD Student
Nicolas Amiez email nicolas.amiez{[a]}u-bourgogne.fr adresse Laboratoire INSERM U1093
Université de Bourgogne
Institut Marey, Maison de la Métallurgie
BP 27877
21078 Dijon
France
telephone +33 3 80 39 67 67
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Specialty

Neurosciences, Corticospinal Plasticity, Motor learning, Electromyography (EMG).

Experience

  • In progress: PhD in Neurosciences; INSERM U1093 CAPS, UBFC, Dijon.
  • 2019 : Master 2 – Adapted Physical Activities and Health, Research specialty – Dijon.
    « The effects of motor overlearning on long-term consolidation»
  • 2019 : University Diploma of Physical trainer ; Centre d’Expertise de la Performance « Gilles Cometti » – Dijon.
    « Wheelchair basketball : Comparison of two propulsion methods (Synchronized and Asynchronized) during repeated starts ».
  • 2017: Bachelor in STAPS – Adapted Physical Activities and Health – Dijon.

PhD

Title : Effects of overlearning on the consolidation of a motor skill. Behavioural and neurophysiological aspects.

Director : Christos Paizis (MCU)

Research topic : The aim is to study the behavioural and neurophysiological effects related to the pursuit of motor practice after achieving asymptotic performance in order to optimize the quantification of motor learning.

Teaching

  • 1st year of bachelor’s degree in STAPS, Dijon – Le Creusot : Anatomy
  • 2nd year of bachelor’s degree in STAPS, Dijon (Sport training) : Scientific and experimental approach to training
  • 3rd year of bachelor’s degree in STAPS (Adapted Physical Activities and Health): Physical practice versatility
  • 1st year in master’s degree in STAPS (training and optimisation of sports performance): Physical training periodisation
  • 1st year in master’s degree in STAPS (Adapted Physical Activities and Health) : Instrumentation (Biodex)

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