Jérémie Gaveau

  • Associate Professor
  • jeremie.gaveau@u-bourgogne.fr
  • 03 80 39 67 72
  • 03 80 39 67 49
  • Room N° 117
  • Institut Marey, 64 rue de Sully, 21000 Dijon


Neuroscience of the motor system (motor control)

2012-2014 Post-doctoral fellow, Angelaki (Dora.E) lab, Baylor College of Medicine, dpt. of Neuroscience, Houston, TX, USA.
2012 Post-doctoral fellow, Moran (Daniel.W) lab, Washington University in St Louis School of Medicine, dpt. of Biomedical Engineering / Neurobiology, St Louis, MO, USA.
2011 PhD (Neuroscience, motor control), INSERM U1093 (previously known as INSERM U887 Motricité-Plasticité), Faculty of Sports Science, University of Burgundy, France. Arm movements control in the gravito-inertial field: kinematic and electromyographic aspects
2009 PhD in Sport Science, University of Lyon 1 (France): « Efficiency of mental training on the development and the recovery of motor capacities »
2007 Master degree (Neuroscience, motor control), University of Burgundy, France

Central integration of gravity acceleration for motor control

Deterioration and compensation of anticipatory motor control processes during healthy and pathological aging

Physiology/theory of developmental dyslexia

Perception of effort

Anatomy, Statistics, Biomechanics, Motion Capture, Motor Control


Scientific articles in international or national peer-reviewed journals

Poirier, G., Gaveau, J., and Mourey, F. (2020). La chute et la pomme ? Vieillissement et adaptation sensori-motrice à l’environnement gravitaire/The fall and the apple? Aging and sensorimotor adaption to gravity environment. La Revue de Gériatrie 45 (7)
White O, Gaveau J, Bringoux L, Crevecoeur F (2020) The gravitational imprint on sensorimotor planning and control. Journal of Neurophysiology 124(1):4-19. (IF : 2.71)
Poirier G, Papaxanthis C, Mourey F, Gaveau J (2020) Motor Planning of Vertical Arm Movements in Healthy Older Adults: Does Effort Minimization Persist with Aging? Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 12. doi:10.3389/fnagi.2020.00037. (IF : 5.75)
Poirier, G., Ohayon, A., Juranville, A., Mourey, F., and Gaveau, J. (2021). Deterioration, Compensation and Motor Control Processes in Healthy Aging, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease. Geriatrics 6, 33. doi:10.3390/geriatrics6010033.
Gaveau J, Grospretre S, Berret B, Angelaki DE, Papaxanthis C (2021) A cross-species neural integration of gravity for motor optimization. Science Advances 7(15):eabf7800 (IF : 16,45)
Laprevotte J, Papaxanthis C, Saltarelli S, Quercia P, Gaveau J (2021) Movement detection thresholds reveal proprioceptive impairments in developmental dyslexia. Scientific Reports 11(1):299. (IF : 5,13)
Neige C, Lebon F, Mercier C, Gaveau J, Papaxanthis C, Ruffino C (2021) Pain, No Gain: Acute Pain Interrupts Motor Imagery Processes and Affects Mental Training-Induced Plasticity. Cerebral Cortex. 32(3):640-651 (IF : 5,92)
Ruffino C, Rannaud Monany D, Papaxanthis C, Hilt P, Gaveau J, Lebon F (2021) Smoothness discriminates physical from motor imagery practice of arm reaching movements. Neuroscience 483:24-31. (IF : 3,88)
Ruffino C, Gaveau J, Papaxanthis C, Lebon F (2019) An acute session of motor imagery training induces use-dependent plasticity. Scientific Reports 9:20002. (IF : 4)
Gaveau J, Berret B, Angelaki DE, Papaxanthis C (2016) Direction-dependent arm kinematics reveal optimal integration of gravity cues. eLIFE 5:e16394. (IF : 7.73)
Pageaux B, Gaveaux J (2016) Studies using pharmacological blockade of muscle afferents provide new insights into the neurophysiology of perceived exertion. The Journal of Physiology 594(18):5049-51. (IF : 4.95)
Rousseau C, Papaxanthis C, Gaveau J, Pozzo T, White O (2016) Initial information prior to movement onset influences kinematics of upward arm pointing movements. Journal of neurophysiology 116(4):1673-1683. (IF : 2.4)