Jack R Foucher, M.D.,Ph.D.

Curriculum vitae

Lecturer / University of Strasbourg
Medical practitioner / University Hospital of Strasbourg
Icube laboratory, UMR CNRS 7357





 Hôpitaux universitaires de
 Centre de neuromodulation
 non invasive de Strasbourg
 BP 426
 67091 STRASBOURG Cedex

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Jack R Foucher, born August 22, 1967

  • Courses and diplomas
  • Clinical
    • Consultant specialized in psychotic disorders (psychiatric department and clinical physiology ward).
    • Transcranial magnetic stimulation ward (to be created in 2013)
  • Education
    • General physiology in PACES, PCEM2 (in charge of the teaching unit on neuro-sensorial systems) and DCEM1, School of Midwifery, School of Physiotherapy.
    • Neuropsychology and imaging applied to mental illness (Master Neuroscience)
    • Human imaging in the master of biological imaging. In charge of the forthcoming Master in Neuroimaging 2013-14.
    • Seminars for psychiatric residents.
    • In charge of seminars on psychopathology and psychopharmacology for residents.
  • Research
    • Methodological development in multimodal imaging (EEG, MEG, fMRI, TMS) and treatment with rTMS.
    • Application to the study of the pathophysiology of psychotic disorders.
    • Development of a robotic device for personalized medicine using rTMS. Creation of a spin-off Company.
    • 36 Publications, 7 awards and 9 research contracts.
    • Head of the place for research in TMS in the Institut de Physique Biologique.

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Courses and diplomas

1985            Bac C
1986-1995   Medical studies
                    UV in electronic
                    UV in computer sciences
                    License in human biology (Biochemistry, Neurochemeitry)
1995            Graduate for residency (internat)
1995            United States Medical Licensing Examination (step 1 & 2)
1995-1996   Military service in the Health Service of the Army
1996-2001   Resident in neurology
1999-2000   Master in neuropsychology, under the supervision of Francisco Varela
2001            Medical thesis : "Brain functional integration:
                    concepts and methodes".
2007            Physical thesis: "Disorders of brain's functional integration in
                    schizophrenias". Thesis price winer.
2010            Accreditation to supervise research (Docent): "Physiological studies
                    of brain functional integration in schizophrenias"

Other skills

  • Fluent English, good knowledge of German
  • Video: script, shooting, editing (bench traditional or digital), captioning, webcasting.
  • Computers: image processing, signal processing, statistics (SPM), Matlab programming, visual basic, visual basics in C + +. Work under Windows and Linux. - NEST simulation in neuronal and Neuron. Web site in typo3.
  • E-learning.
  • Contribution to the creation of a spin-off Company (Axillum Robotics)

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Clinical work

1. Current Activities in the CEMNIS

In December 2016, I created and head the non-invasive neuro-modulation center of Strasbourg or CEMNIS. This project is based on the researches I conducted since 2002, which enabled me to develop a complete technical suite for pre-interventional brain mapping and personalized treatment of refractory psychiatric pathologies.

The CEMNIS is a consultation and day-care unit of 10 beds dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of neuro-psychiatric pathologies resistant to usual treatments, mainly depression, but also psychosis and chronic pain. The CEMNIS essentially propose non-invasive neuromodulation therapies mostly using robotized transcranial magnetic stimulation or TMS. What make the CEMNIS unique world-wild is the use of functional MRI guided personalized targeting of the TMS precisely targeted thanks to a robotic positioning device that we developed and tested with the iCUBE laboratory. More exceptionally, CEMNIS offers other innovative and / or at-risk therapies (CBASP, KETAMINE infusion, MAOI and association with LEVOTONINE or SSRI ...). I carry out about half of the 1000 consultations per year and I am responsible for the programming of the robot and half of the monitoring of the 2000 days-hospitalization per year.

2. Collaborations

I continue a close collaboration with the pole of psychiatry, mental health and addictology. I participate in the schizophrenia expert center headed by Professor Fabrice Berna and at the service meeting. On the other hand, I participate in the clinical and research meetings on mood disorders with Professor Gilles Bertschy and his team.

3. The CEDRA

Finally, I am the leader of the Alsace’s expert center for resistant depressions of Alsace or CEDRA project which should start in the beginning of 2018. The CEDRA brings together the CEMNIS and the psychiatric, mental health and addictology services of the University Hospital of Strasbourg and the 8-9 Psychiatric services of the Rouffach Hospital Center. It will offer expertise in the management of resistant depressions, residual, disabling symptoms such as cognitive and sleep disorders, the management of treatment side effects and the prevention of recurrences. The CEDRA will coordinate the research on affective disorders throughout the Alsace region and will apply to become part of the network of expert centers of the “Fondation FondaMental”.

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Teaching duties

I contribute in courses proposed by the Institute of Physiology in the Faculty of Medicine of Strasbourg and paramedical schools. I also take part in the training of psychiatrists and residents on the pathophysiology and psychophamacologie of psychiatric illnesses (in charge of two seminars). Finally I participate in the teaching of the Master of neuroscience where I am in charge of the forthcoming module in neuroimaging and in the teaching of the master in imaging, robotics and bioengineering

1. Medical education

1.1. Lectures, tutorials and practicals in physiology (PACES, PCEM2 and DCEM1)

Lectures (PCEM2) : Physiopathologie de la spasticité (1h) and Physiopathologie de la maladie de Parkinson (2h)
Starting in 2013-14, in charge of the UE "système neurosensoriel" (PCEM2, 63h Lectures + 21h Tutorials, 8 ECTS), will take 14 h additional lectures.
Tutorials :
PACES : Membrane transferts, Action potential and synaptic transmission, muscle (9h).
DCEM1 : Cognitive neuropsychology (2h):  poly   MMSE    BREF
Training field (DCEM3): Research laboratory

1.2. Seminars for resident

Seminar of biological psychiatry (4h/an).
Seminar of psychiatruc emergency (2h/an) : "Organicité aux urgences psychiatriques"
Seminar on electroconvulsivotherapy : "La réalisation de l'ECT dans des populations particulières"
In charge of the seminar of "psychopathologie différentielle des psychoses endogènes" (21h lectures + 3h tutorials, teach 16h lectures and 3h tutorials)
In charge of the forthcoming seminar of "psychopharmacologie personnalisée de l'adulte" (15h lecture by e-learning + 6h tutorials + 3h practical work)

1.3. Clinical teaching and therapeutic in psychosis : the club psychose.

Since November 2005, the club gather twice a month in psychiatrist and researchers. Meetings alternate between article presentation and clinical cases. You will find archives and program on this website (since December 2007).

1.4. Webmaster of a website dedicated to the teaching and diffusion of advanced ideas on the different forms of psychosis: the CEP (you are on it)

The Circle of Excellence in psychoses (CEP) is an European intellectual community. We seek to promote a differentiated approach in medical care and research on psychosis. This requires us as a better definition of disorders which we face, up to the delineation of diseases. The most validated classification system, the Wernicke-Kleist-Leonhard system is unfortunately unknown, the CEP promotes education both in theory (seminar in differential psychopathology) and in practice (see case report). Ultimately, we aim to find biomarkers in these refined phenotypes.

1.5. Medical educational filmmaking

La maladie de Parkinson 1995 (20 min)
Les épilepsies généralisées 1994 (20 min)

2. Paramedical education

School physiotherapy - new imaging techniques applied to neurophysiology (2h/an).
Midwifery School - teaching physiology: LCR (CSF) (1h),  Réflexes médullaires (1h), Vigilance (1h), Potentiel d'action (1h)

3. Science education: master in neuroscience and imaging

Master in neuroscience: neuropsychology of psychiatric disorders.
Course:  Imagerie de la schizophrénie (2h), Les modèles courants dans l'étude de la schizophrénie (1h)

Master in neuroscience: brain imaging module
Course: IRM fonctionnelle : paradigme, modèles, prétraitement et traitement des données (2h)
TD analysis of article 2013 - article et questions (2h)
In charge of the forthcoming NeuroImaging module which will take place of the brain imaging one (15h lectures by e-learning + 6h traditional lectures + 3h tutorials).

Master in imaging, robotics and bioengineering (IRIV): Medical applications of functional brain imaging (1h).

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1. Research performed up today

My research activity is carried out so far in the context of the U405 and U666 INSERM ("Clinical and Experimental Pathophysiology of schizophrenia"), in collaboration with the LINC UMR 7237 CNRS ("Laboratory inmagerie and cognitive neuroscience "). I initially focused on the mastering of the techniques of functional exploration of the central nervous system, signal processing derived therefrom, and the development of cognitive originals paradigms. I have developed a wide range of techniques (multimodal imaging), from indirect measures of brain activity (fMRI BOLD and ASL SPECT) to more direct measures (EEG, MEG or magnetoencephalography). This work has resulted in technical publications, but also fundamental results in healthy subjects in the field of vision, attention, vigilance and physiology of BOLD signal (contrast used functional MRI). In the field of pathology I could describe the disturbances of functional connectivity in schizophrenia. I was able to show their direct implication in symptoms such as hallucinations. Finally I developed an interventional technique: The transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). I developed a coherent imaging-analysis pipeline to reliably know the areas involved in symptoms such as hallucinations, ruminations and psychomotor retardation. Classical stimulation techniques are insufficiently precise and can not deliver an homogeneous stimulation. Thus I intitiated and contributed to the development of a robotic system for this purpose with the robotics team of LSIIT, UMR 7005 CNRS (Strasbourg ). I currently performing its validation. And the device will be release this year for clinical work.

2. Research project

As described elsewhere on this site, pathophysiological research on schizophrenia is non sens as it can not be considered as a disease. This observation forced me to change my of research team as resistance to this evidence was strong in the former one. I therefore integrates the IMIS team (imagernie multimodale et intégrative pour la santé) of the Icube laboratory (laboratoire des sciences de l'ingénieur, de l'informatique et de l'imagerie, UMR CNRS 7357). This is the team where all the developments mentioned above have been made. I coordinate the neuro-crypto group for highlighting "cryptic" (hidden) anomalies in neuropsychiatric disorders.
Thus, future research will focus on physiological disorder of finer phenotypes (Wernicke, Kleist et Leonhard or WKL school) and catatonic symptoms. It has already been possible to show significant differences in terms of phenotype between cycloid psychoses and emotional paraphrenia.

But beyond this attempt to characterize real diseases in the field of psychosis, it is also important to expand our armamentarium abd to use it more rationally. As the pathophysiology or etiology of psychiatric disorders are unknown, there is no way to find a physiopathological or ethiological cure. But we already have symptomatic treatments, and it is possible to streamline and personalize their use. Indeed, it sometimes takes many tries before finding the right medication in certain "schizophrenia" or in some depressions. Currently trying these last between 2 and 8 weeks. Yet it is possible to characterize the specific functional anomalies in a patient and even the effect of a first dose. It should be theoretically feasible to adapt within the first days instead of waiting several weeks for a response. It would even be possible to choose the best treatment based on functional abnormalities observed in a given patient. Finally, some symptoms are too rare for specific treatments to be developed by the industry (pseudo-OCD, mannerisms, proskinesia, negativism ...). Robotized rTMS may be a way to treat these orphan symptoms in the same way as already done for depression and refractory hallucinations.

3. Scientific supervision

As part of my research, I supervize students in master and thesis in functional imaging:

  • Sandra Chanraud (master) : "Etats de conscience dans la schizophrénie : une étude en IRMf événementielle" (2002). Currently lecturer in Bordeaux.
  • Julien Detour (master) : "Etats de conscience associés à la reconnaissance en mémoire autobiographique : une étude en IRMf événementielle" (2003). Currently pharmacist in th HUS.
  • Sadrine Favret-Peter (Master) : "Etude des foyers épileptiques dans l’épilepsie partielle bénigne de l’enfant : une étude en EEG-IRMf" (2005). Currently pediatrist.
  • David Luck (thèse) : "Etudes neuropsychologiques et anatomo-fonctionelles du  processus de binding en mémoire de travail chez le sujet sain et le patient schizophrène" (Defended in Novembre 2006). Currently researcher in Montreal.
  • Marie Calderoli (Master) : "Etude des effets cognitifs de l'environnement IRM" (June 2008).
  • Daniel Roquet (Master 2009, thesis since 2010) : "Etude de l'état de repos en IRMf-SAM" (ongoing)
  • Marion Sourty (thesis since 2012) : "Analyse de la dynamique temporelle et spatiale des réseaux cérébraux spontanés obtenus en imagerie par résonance magnétique fonctionnelle (IRMf)." (ongoing)

As part of my medical practice, I supervised medical theses :

  • Raoul Steiner: "Catatonia - Towards a better diagnostic and therapeutic approach" (defended in 2009).
  • Aurore Fischter: "Evolution towards dementia in the aftermath of a bipolar disorder" (defended in 2010).

4. Organization of scientific meetings

  • Organizer of an international symposium on schizophrenia held in Ottrott 3th to 5th November 2005. It was attended by participants from Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg, England and France. The symposium was organized with the assistance of Neurex.
  • Organizer of a symposium: "Ces schizophrénies qui guérissent et ces troubles bipolaires qui dégénèrent", 3th and 4th October 2008, Strasbourg. Gest : Gerald Stöber from Würzburg's University.
  • Organizer of a Worshop at the International congress on schizophrenia research, "Towards a valid classification of endogenous psychosis: Time to pay attention to the Wernicke-Kleist-Leonhard school", San Diego 28th-1rst April 2009.
  • Organizer of a symposium at the 2nd European Conference on Schizophrenia Research (ECSR), "Addressing the pathophysiology of hallucinations to tailor rTMS treatment", 21 - 23 of September 2009, Berlin.
  • Organizer of a symposium at the 2nd European Conference on Schizophrenia Research (ECSR), "Controversies about antipsychotics: From bench to bed side", 21 - 23 September 2009, Berlin.
  • Organizer of a symposium: "Coenesthetic complains", 16-17 October 2009, Strasbourg. Gest : Gerald Stöber from Würzburg's University.
  • Organizer of a symposium: "Confabulations in psychiatry",11-12 décember 2010, Strasbourg. Gest : Gerald Stöber from Würzburg's University.
  • Organizer of a symposium: "Unipolar depressions", 18-19 November 2011, Strasbourg. Gest : Gerald Stöber from Würzburg's University.
  • Organizer of a symposium: "Pseudo-obsessional symptoms in endogeneous psychosis", 16-17 November 2012, Strasbourg. Gest : Gerald Stöber from Würzburg's University.

5. Administrative work

  • Head of research location "TMS" at the institut de physique biologique
  • Supervision of neuro-crypto group.
  • IMIS team representative on the board of Imaging Department, Robotics, Remote Sensing & Health (Icube).

6. Societies member

7. Awards and Prizes

  • 1 Thesis Prize of the General Council of the Lower Rhine. 18 December 2007
  • 1 prize for oral communication, Paris, Encephal Congress, 22-24 December 2009
  • 3 prizes for posters (including 2 international and 1 French)
  • 2 OSEO price for the emergence and creation of a soin-off company (Axillum Robotics)

8. Research grants and contracts

  • Imaging methylphenidte in healthy humans - validation study (BP28042) private contract with ROCHE (collaborative work)
  • A robot for moving rTMS (co-author with Pierre Renaud). Supported by the ANR-Tech 2008 and funds from the minister of research (Michel de Mathelin).
  • Cognitive effects of fMRI environment. Supported by the inter-regional PHRC 2007. CPP in July 2007.
  • Neuronal temporal integration window in schizophrenia. Supported by the API 2006.
  • Phenomenological, anatomical therapeutic and functional hallucinations in schizophrenia. Supported by the API 2001 in January 2002.
  • The "binding" in working memory: fMRI study and synchrony MEG - EEG in healthy subjects and schizophrenic patients (co-authored with Dr. Pierre Salame - Senior Research Fellow at CNRS). Supported by the ACI-time brain in October 2002.
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation guided by neuro-navigation, an instrument to explore and treat epilepsy and schizophrenia. Supported by the Alsace region in October 2002.
  • P300 evoked potential and fMRI simultaneous acquisition. Internal project IPB
  • Study of anatomical and functional connectivity in schizophrenia. Supported by the PHRC national in October 2002.

9. Valorization

In 2011, creation of a spin-off Axillum Robotics, from the building of a robot to move and position rTMS coil. The company won 2 Oseo prices for emergence and creation.

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Jack R Foucher Person, Mathieu Lacambre, Bich-Thuy Pham, Anne Giersch and Marc A Elliott
Low time resolution in Schizophrenia: Lengthened windows of simultaneity for visual, auditory and bimodal stimuli
Schizophrenia Res, 97:118-127
David Luck, Jack R Foucher Person, Isabelle Offerlin-Meyer, Martin Lepage and Jean-Marie Danion
Assessment of single and bound features in a working memory task in schizophrenia
Schizophrenia Res, 100:153-160


Jack R Foucher Person, David Luck, Serge Chassagnon, Isabelle Offerlin-Meyer and Bich-Thuy Pham
Que manque-t’il à la rTMS pour devenir une thérapie ?
Encephale, 33:982-989
Jack R Foucher Person, Cyrille Lebossé, Pierre Renaud, Bernard Bayle and Michel de Mathelin
Towards a robotic control of rTMS placement for therapeutic purpose. Asian Hospital & Healthcare Management
Asian Hospital & Healthcare Management,
Hélène Otzenberger, Daniel Gounot and Jack R Foucher Person
Optimisation of a post-processing method to remove the pulse artifact from EEG data recorded during fMRI: an application to p300 recordings during e-fMRI
Neurosci Res, 57:230-239
Nicolas Passat, Christian Ronse, Joseph Baruthio, Jean-Paul Armspach and Jack R Foucher Person
Watershed and multimodal data for vessel segmentation: Application to the superior sagittal sinus
Image and Vision Computing, 25:512-521


Jack R Foucher Person and David Luck
Psychosis related to neurological conditions – Pro and cons the dis- / mis-connectivity models of schizophrenia
Dialogues Clin Neurosci, 8:17-27


Pierre Vidailhet, Jack R Foucher Person, Valérie Lauer and Serge Chassagnon
La stimulation magnétique répétitive en thérapeutique neurologique et psychiatrique : des espoirs et des limites en commun
Epileptologie, 22:157-167
Sylvain Faisan, Laurent Thoraval, Jean-Paul Armspach, Jack R Foucher Person, Marie-Noël Metz-Lutz and Fabrice Heitz
Unsupervised Learning and Mapping of Brain Functional MRI Signals Based on Hidden Semi-Markov Event Sequence Models
Accad Radiol, 12:25-36
Hélène Otzenberger, Daniel Gounot and Jack R Foucher Person
ERP300 recordings during event-related fMRI: a feasibility study
Cog Brain Res, 23:306-315
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Communications (oral and posters)

International Conferences

Oral Communications upon proposal

Foucher JR, Gounod D, Otzenberger H. Monitoring EEG arousal during fMRI: Application to a sustained attention task. The fMRI experiment V – London the 11th of march 2003.

Foucher JR. From disconnectivity to disintegration in schizophrenia – Ottrott, the symposium on schizophrenia the 4th of November 2005

Foucher JR. rTMS for the treatment of refractory hallucinations – Ottrott, the symposium on schizophrenia the 5th of November 2005

Foucher JR, Luck D, Marrer C, Pham, BT, Ozenberger H, Offerlin-Meyer I. Arousal-cognition decoupling in schizophrenia: an EEG-fMRI study. 9th World Congress of Biological Psychiatry. Paris from 28 June - 02 July 2009.

Foucher JR, Luck D, Marrer C, Pham BT, Otzenberger H, Offerlin-Meyer I. Are task related activation deficits in schizophrenia due to an arousal-cognition decoupling ? An EEG-fMRI stud. 2nd ECSR - Berlin 21 September 2009

Foucher JR. Physiopathology of severe refractory hallucinations in patients with core paranoid schizophrenia. EPA congress Munich 2nd March 2010

Ginhoux R, Renaud P, Zorn L, Goffin L, Bayle B, Foucher JR, Armspach JP, de Mathelin M. A Custom Robot for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: First Assessment on Healthy Subjects. 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC'13) Osaka International Convention Center, in Osaka, Japan on July 3-7, 2013.

Invited oral communications

Foucher JR. Long range synchrony in a verb generation task – 6th Tamgawa Dynamic Brain Forum – Breisach 12 Septembre 2001

Foucher JR. Large scale integration – Cortical motor control, Freiburg the 17th of february 2005

Foucher JR. To be or not to be … signaled – Alerting and attentional systems during oddball tasks – ECNS/ISNIP joint meeting Munich the 7th of September 2005

Foucher JR. Psychosis related to neurological conditions : Arguments for the dis- / mis-connectivity models of schizophrenia – Le colloque de Rouffach, 28 septembre 2005

Foucher JR. Emotion in schizophrenia – Neurex symposium on emotions, Bale the 26th of October 2005

Foucher JR. IRMf-EEG How-to and what for – Rouffach, Neurex symposium on functional imaging the 23the of January 2006

Lebossé C , Renaud P, Bayle B, de Mathelin M, Piccin O, Laroche E, Foucher JR Robotic image-guided transcranial magnetic stimulation. CARS 2006

Luck D, Foucher JR, Marrer C, Pham BT, Otzenberger H, Danion J. Decreased Medial Temporal Activity for Bound Items during Maintenance in Working Memory in Schizophrenia. ECNS-ISNIP Meeting, 19-22th September 2007

Foucher JR. Die funktionelle Gehirnintegration bei den Schizophrenien. Wüzburg 22 février 2008.

Foucher JR. An epistemological point of view on the scientific approach of endogenous psychosis. The International congress on schizophrenia research, San Diego the 31rst of March 2009.

Foucher JR. Brain functional integration in schizophrenias. Douglas Hospital – McGill University, Montréal, Canada, the 6th of April 2009.

Foucher JR. Brain functionnal integration: Application to psychoses. Human Brain & Behavior Laboratory Boca-Raton USA 14th May 2009 (Webinar)

Foucher JR. Neuroimaging in cycloid psychoses. 2nd European Conference on Schizophrenia Research, 21 - 23 September 2009, Berlin, Germany

Foucher JR. Fronto-temporal functional dysconnectivity during the course of hallucinations. 2nd European Conference on Schizophrenia Research, 21 - 23 September 2009, Berlin, Germany

Foucher JR. Angst-Glücks-Psychose. Symposium zur interdisziplinären Arbeit in der Sozialpsychiatrie Heidelberg 14. Oktober 2009

Bennouna-Green M, Foucher JR. Grey matter atrophies overlap with hallucinations related activations. 2nd European Conference on Schizophrenia Research, 21 - 23 September 2009, Berlin, Germany

Foucher JR. Classification in psychosis. Türkiye Psikiyatri Derneği Izmir 10th March 2010

Foucher JR. Psychosis as a brain disorder. Psychopharmacology Therapeutics Update Antalya 14th March 2010

Foucher JR. A-motivational syndrome: The different ways to it from a clinical perspective. Symposium on Reward in Schizophrenia St Petersbourg 18th September 2010

Foucher JR. Störungen der funktionellen Integration bei zykloiden Psychosen und affektvoller Paraphrenie. Symposium der Internationalen Wernicke-Kleist-Leonhard Gesellschaft Atypische und zykloide Psychosen Würzburg, 28. Mai 2011

Foucher JR. Brain functionnal connectivity in schizophrenia. WSFB Prague 2nd June 2011

Oral comunication at national Conferences

Foucher JR. De la cognition à la crise – 5ème interfaces GlaxoWellcome “L’odyssée de l’EEG” – Vérone le 3 Mars 2001

Foucher JR. Imagerie fonctionnelle cérébrale humaine – INSERM Strasbourg 19 Mai 2000

Foucher JR, Meyer ME, Danion JM. A quoi servent les lobes frontaux lors du rappel en mémoire épisodique ? – Société d’Anatomie Cérébrale Fonctionnelle – Paris 1999

Foucher JR, Otzenberger H, Gounot D. Exploration du réseau attentionnel "bottom-up" en EEG-IRMf simultanés. Société d’Anatomie Fonctionnelle Cérébrale – Paris 2002.

Foucher JR, Otzenberger H, Gounod D, Marrer C. Cartographie fonctionnelle des rythmes lents corticaux en EEG - IRMf : Application à une tâche d'attention soutenue. Journée de traitement du signal – Lille 23 Mars 2003.

Foucher JR. Imaging functional integration – Neurex – Strasbourg, 11th of November 2001.

Foucher JR. Le binding en mémoire de travail dans la schizophrénie : Une approche en IRMf et en EEG-MEG. Ecole d’été de l’ACI temps-cerveau – Concarneau le 26 Aout 2003.

Foucher JR. Clinical usefulness of brain imaging for psychopathology – Symposium Neurobourgogne. Beaune le 13 Janvier 2005

Foucher JR. Problème de la rTMS – Symposium sur l’utilisation de la rTMS Lyon le 18 mars 2005

Foucher JR, Vidailhet P. Méthodes d’évaluation de l‘intégration fonctionnelle cérébrale : quel intérêt dans les troubles bipolaires ? Marseille le 15 novembre 2005

Foucher JR. Que nous apprend l’imagerie des hallucinations psychotiques ? – 10ème interfaces GSK “Un cerveau ça trompe énormément” – Enghien les Bains le 24 Mars 2006

Foucher JR. Imagerie et psychiatrie Mardi 23 mai 2006 – Strasbourg

Foucher JR. Imagerie de la schizophrénie. Ecole de l’INSERM, 2 mai 2006, Paris (voir)

Foucher JR. Traitement des hallucinations par la rTMS. Diagonal psy. Le 30 septembre 2006 Strasbourg.

Foucher JR. Physiopathologie des dystonies de fonction. Congrès médecine et musique. 18 novembre 2006 Montpellier.

Foucher JR. Le syndrome de l’incube. Société de psychiatrie de l’Est. Le 15 mai 2007, Nancy.

Foucher JR. L'intégration fonctionnelle cérébrale dans la schizophrénie. Société de biologie de Strasbourg. Le 18 décembre 2007, Strasbourg.

Foucher JR. rTMS guidée par l'imagerie dans les hallucinations refractaires du schizophrène. rTMS et Imagerie Cérébrale, Besançon, 24 octobre 2008

Foucher JR. L'intégration fonctionnelle cérébrale dans les schizophrénies. Réunion scientifique Lille 25 novembre 2008

Foucher JR. L'intégration fonctionnelle dans les schizophrénies. Journée Pierre Deniker, Strasbourg, 6 février 2009

Foucher JR. Intérêt d’un traitement antipsychotique continu : Pourquoi et pour combien de temps ? Soirée Janssen Strasbourg 19 février 2009

Foucher JR. Les Psychoses fonctionnelles : Questions autour des classifications. Rencontres régionales BMS. Avignon 20-21 novembre 2009

Foucher JR, Vidailhet P. Rencontre avec l'expert : Classer les psychoses, introduction à la classification de WKL. Congrès de l’encéphale, Paris 21 janvier 2010

Foucher JR. Cognition et trouble bipolaire. CEPAGE Rouffach 25 mars 2010

Foucher JR. Vers une physiopathologie des hallucinations psychotiques. Conférences Frédéric Joliot Lille 15-16 mars 2010

Foucher JR, Berna F. Classer les psychoses : Introduction à la classification de WKL. Formation des internes Lille 20 Mai 2010

Foucher JR. Différencier troubles de l'humeur et schizophrénies par l'imagerie ? Relais d’expert Strasbourg 10 juin 2010

Vidailhet P, Foucher JR. Troubles affectifs, de la cicatrice à la rechute. Rencontres régionales BMS. Trouville 22 et 23 Octobre 2010, Le touquet 1er octobre 2010

Foucher JR. Premiers soins dans les manies : quels enjeux pour l'avenir ? L'accompagnement des patients bipolaires (BMS) SIP, Nancy 6 octobre 2010

Foucher JR. Hallucinations et syndromes parkinsoniens. Cognition et syndromes parkinsoniens Rouffach Samedi 27 novembre 2010

Foucher JR. Approche dimensionnelle et catégorielle application au cadre des psychoses. GREPACO Strasbourg 7 décembre 2010

Foucher JR. Modulation de l'excitabiltié corticale dans les dépressions. 3ème Journée Cogni-Psy de la Salpetrière Jeudi 9 décembre 2010

Foucher JR. Cognition et bipolarité. AGAN Wissembourg 7 mars 2011

Foucher JR. Stimulation Magnétique Trans-crânienne : développement d'un dispositif robotique de positionnement de la bobine de stimulation. Séminaire hospitalio-universitaire de Strasbourg. 3 novembre 2011

Foucher JR, Vidailhet P, Berna F. Les schizophrénies qui guérissent et les troubles bipolaires qui dégénèrent… Discussion autour d’un cas. Rencontres régionales BMS. Strasbourg 3 décembre 2011

Foucher JR. L'imagerie fonctionnelle des cerveaux psychotiques : à la recherche de la "schize". 10ème congrès de l’ARSPG Paris 28 mars 2012

Foucher JR. Les confabulations en neurologie et en psychiatrie. Séméiologie neuro-psychiatrique Lundbeck Val-Vignes - St Hippolyte 12 mai 2012

Foucher JR, Vidailhet P. Atteindre la rémission grâce à une approche symptomatique plus ciblée. Rencontres régionales BMS. Strasbourg 3 décembre 2012 et la Baule 12-13 avril 2013

Foucher JR. De l'imagerie au cognitif. Symposium JANSEN Psychoses schizophréniques : vers la reprise d’autonomie. Congrès de l’encéphale, Paris 25 janvier 2013

Foucher JR. Imagerie cérébrale et cognition. Soirée JANSEN, Strasbourg 10 avril 2013

Primed Communication Foucher JR, Luck D, Marrer C, Pham, BT, Otzenberger H, Offerlin-Meyer I. Découplage entre éveil et cognition dans la schizophrénie : Une étude en EEG-IRMf – Paris, Congrès de l'encéphale, 22-24th of January 2009.


International Conferences

Foucher JR, Meyer ME, Mauss Y, Scheiber C, Gounot D, Marrer C, Grucker D. Statistical Power Mapping : a help in fMRI study desing and interpretation. ESMRMB 98 - 15th annual meeting. MAGMA. 6(suppl 1), 174-174. 1-9-998. ESMRMB 98 - 15th annual meeting. 9-9-98.

Foucher JR, Carré S, Clerc C, Vercueil L, Sellal F, Berton C, Beaujeux R. Place de la thrombolyse in situ dans les thromboses veineuses cérébrales. Cœur et cerveau 1998.

Foucher JR, Meyer ME, Vercueil L. The hunt for basal ganglia activation. MAGMA. 6(suppl 1), 1-9-999. ESMRMB 99 - 16th annual meeting.

Diebold F, Foucher JR, Meyer ME. Evaluation of mixed clustering for fMRI analysis. – HBM 2000 – NeuroImage11(5): S503.

Foucher JR, Meyer ME, Pins D, Danion JM. Metamemory as the source of frontal lobe activation during recognition. –HBM 2000 – NeuroImage 11(5): S398.

Foucher JR, Soufflet L, Varela FJ. Long-range EEG-MEG Synchrony in a verb generation task : a window into the functionnal integration of working memory. – HBM 2001 – NeuroImage 13(6): S668.

Foucher JR, Gounot D, Otzenberger H. Where arousal interacts with attentional networks: A simultaneous fMRI and EEG study. HBM 2003 - June 18-22 2003 CD-ROM.

Foucher JR, Otzenberger H, Gounot D. Evoked potentials without BOLD - Is BOLD more related with gamma oscillations? A simultaneous fMRI and EEG study. HBM 2003 - June 18-22 2003 CD-ROM.

Foucher JR, Vidailhet P, Chanraud S, Danion JM. An event-related study of conscious recollection and familliarity in schizophrenia. HBM 2003 - June 18-22 2003 CD-ROM.

Foucher JR, Gounot D, Otzenberger H. Monitoring cortical arousal during fMRI - A simple method using simultaneous fMRI and EEG recording. HBM 2003 - June 18-22 2003 CD-ROM.

Foucher JR, Luck D, Giersh A, Lacambre M, Pham B-T, Elliott M. Lengthened windows of simultaneous perception in schizophrenia. XIIIth Biennial winter workshop on Schizophrenia Research, Davos 4-10th of February 2006.

Lebossé C, Renaud P, Bayle B, de Mathelin M , Foucher JR A Robotic System for Automated Image-Guided Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. third IEEE-NIH Life Science Systems and Applications (LISSA 2007) NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, November 8-9, 2007

Foucher JR, Lalanne L., Giersch A., Elliott M.A., Pham B.-T. The abnormalities of functional integration in schizophrenia: FMRI and MEG imaging are pointing to the same issues. West European Societies of Biological Psychiatry, Strasbourg, 13-15th of December 2007. (voir)

Luck D, Foucher JR, Marrer C, Pham B-T, Otzenberger H, Danion J-M. Decreased medial temporal activity for bound items during maintenance in working memory in schizophrenia. West European Societies of Biological Psychiatry, Strasbourg, 13-15th of December 2007. (voir)

Foucher JR, Benouna-Greene V, Stoeber G. Towards a valid classification of endogenous psychosis: Time to pay attention to the Wernicke-Kleist-Leonhard school. Schizophrenia Research International Society, Venice, 21-25th of june 2008. (voir)

Berna F, Offerlin-Meyer I, Vidailhet P, Danion JM, Foucher JR. La paraphrénie confabulatoire n'est pas une schizophrénie comme les autres : Etude clinique et neuropsychologique. Paris, congrès de l'encéphale, 22-24 janvier 2009. (voir)

Foucher JR, Luck D, Marrer C, Pham, BT, Ozenberger H, Offerlin-Meyer I. Task related activation deficits in schizophrenia are due to an arousal-cognition decoupling. International congress on schizophrenia research, San Diego le 31 mars 2009

Foucher JR, Lorgouillou K, Turek J, Pham B-T, Elowe J, Bayle B, Renaud P, Goffin L, Zorn L, de Mathelin M, Ginhoux R, Maurin B, Lamy J, Armspach J-P. Robotic assistance in coil positioning improves reliability and comfor. German Society for Brain Stimulation. Berlin June 21-22, 2012

Roquet D, Foucher JR. Empirical estimation of the dimensions to retain in independent component analysis. Third Biennial Conference on Resting State Brain Connectivity, Magdeburg 5-7 September 2012

Foucher JR, Roquet D, Jardri R. Tailoring neuronavigation using fMRI: Comparative reliability of Generalized Linear Model and Independent Component Analysis. Third Biennial Conference on Resting State Brain Connectivity, Magdeburg 5-7 September 2012

Foucher JR, Vidailhet P, Hodé Y, Soufflet L, Pham B-T, Danion J-M. The abnormalities of functional integration in schizophrenia: FMRI and MEG imaging are pointing to the same issues. XIIIth Biennial winter workshop on Schizophrenia Research, Davos 4-10th of February 2006.
Foucher JR, Vidailhet P, Hodé Y, Soufflet L, Boeijinga P, Pham B-T, Danion J-M. The abnormalities of functional integration in schizophrenia: FMRI and MEG imaging are pointing to the same issues. West European Societies of Biological Psychiatry, Strasbourg, 13-15th of December 2007. (voir)

National Conferences

Foucher JR, Vercueil L, Meyer ME. Le noyau sous thalamique dans la maladie de Parkinson : une hyperactivité dynamique ? – Etude d’un cas en IRMf. – Journées de neurologie de langue française 2000, Revue Neurologique.

Weibel S, Vidailhet P, Foucher JR. Comprendre les relations entre trouble bipolaire et schizophrénie : dichotomie, unicité, continuum, hétérogénéité ? 6ème congrès de l’encéphale 2008. (voir)


Detour J, Foucher JR, Marrer C, Gounot D, Danion JM. (2005) Les “aires de l’album de famille” : une étude IRMf des corrélats neuro-fonctionnels d’une utilisation écologique de la mémoire à long terme – Journées de neurologie de langue française 2005, Revue Neurologique

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