Dr. Thibaut has a master in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation and a master in Neuroscience (University of Liege in Belgium). She did her PhD with the Coma Science Group (Pr. S. Laureys, GIGA Research, and University of Liege, Belgium) and currently has a FNRS post-doctoral position. Her research focuses on brain direct current stimulations in patients with disorders of consciousness trying to improve brain plasticity and facilitate the recovery of these patients. She is also working on motor disorders and especially on spasticity in this population.
She is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Spaulding-Labuschagne Neuromodulation Center (Pr. F. Fregni, Harvard Medical School, and Boston). Dr. Thibaut’s current research focuses on new non-invasive brain stimulation techniques to improve brain function by enhancing cortical activity and connectivity in diverse conditions like concussion, visceral pain or traumatic brain injury.
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