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Camille Chatelle

Camille Chatelle

Dr. Camille Chatelle studied Neuropsychology at the University of Brussels in Belgium.

She did a PhD in Biomedical Sciences at the Coma Science Group (FNRS fellow, University of Liege, Belgium).

She has been working as an International Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Belgian American Educational Foundation and Wallonie Bruxelles International) in the Neurorehabilitation lab at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, in Boston (Harvard Medical School; Dr. JT Giacino) and in the Acute Neurorehabilitation Unit at the University Hospital of Lausanne (Dr K. Diserens).

She is currently working at the Coma Science Group and at the Lab for Neuroimaging of Coma and Consciousness (MGH, Harvard Medical School, Boston; Dr B. Edlow).

Dr. Chatelle’s expertise involves the use of electroencephalography to detect signs of consciousness in patients with disorders of consciousness and to communicate with locked-in patients.

She is also working on pain perception and responsiveness in non-communicative patients with severe acquired brain injury.

Find her articles on PubMed and pdfs on our website