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Published on March 13, 2017



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Jocelyne Ventre-Dominey

Position: Researcher

Company: Inserm u846


Mailing Address:
18 avenue du Doyen Jean Lépine

69675 - Bron Cedex - France
External Link: www.sbri.fr
E-mail: Jocelyne.Ventre-Dominey@inserm.fr
Phone: 00 33 4 72 91 34 85
Fax: 00 33 4 72 91 34 61


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Human and Robot Cognitive Systems - Teams

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Jocelyne Ventre-Dominey is Senior Researcher at INSERM-U846 in Lyon, France. She received her PhD at University Claude Bernard in Lyon in 1982 studying the implication of cortex in visual vestibular functions in the cat and macaque. During her thesis, she described for the first time the role of the posterior cerebral cortex in vestibular function and its anatomical correlates as direct projections from cortex to the vestibular nuclei. During her 2 years post-doctorate in the Laboratory of Bio Engineering-Pavia University (Italy), she specialized in human vestibular function and computational neuroscience. She became full-time researcher at the French health Research Institute (INSERM) in 1986. As a visiting neuroscientist in 1989-1990, she worked with Pr David S. Zee at Johns Hopkins Hospital on oculomotor disorders of Parkinson disease. Her current research interest includes understanding the functional organisation of the cerebral cortex in multimodal representation, including visual and vestibular modalities as well as their interaction with high-order cognitive function including language and memory. Her experimental work in human is directly involved in the current humanoid robot implementation (iCub).

Publications
Jouen AL, Ellmore TM, Madden CJ, Pallier C, Dominey PF, Ventre-Dominey J (2015) Beyond the word and image: characteristics of a common meaning system for language and vision revealed by functional and structural imaging Neuroimage. 2015 Feb 1;106:72-85
Carol Madden-Lombardi, Anne-Lise Jouen, Peter Ford Dominey, Jocelyne Ventre-Dominey (2015) Sequential Coherence in Sentence Pairs Enhances Imagery during Comprehension: An Individual Differences Study PlosOne, 10(9):e013869
Cian C, Denise P, Ventre-Dominey J (2014) Otolith signals contribute to inter-individual differences in the perception of gravity-centered space. Exp Brain Res, in press
Ventre-Dominey J, Bourret S, Mollion H, Broussolle E, Dominey PF (2014) Dissociable dorsal and ventral frontostriatal working memory circuits: Evidence from subthalamic stimulation in Parkinson's disease. Hum Brain Mapp, 35:552-566
Jouen AL, Verwey WB, van der Helden J, Scheiber C, Neveu R, Dominey PF, Ventre-Dominey J (2013) Discrete sequence production with and without a pause: the role of cortex, basal ganglia, and cerebellum Front Hum Neurosci, 7:492
Mollion H, Dominey PF, Broussolle E, Ventre-Dominey J (2011) Subthalamic nucleus stimulation selectively improves motor and visual memory performance in Parkinson's disease. Mov Disord, 26:2019-2025
Ventre-Dominey J, Luyat M. (2009) Asymmetry of visuo-vestibular mechanisms contributes to reversal of optokinetic after-nystagmus Exp Brain Res 193(1): 55-67 download
Ventre-Dominey J, Luyat M, Denise P, Darlot C. (2008) Motion sickness induced by otolith stimulation is correlated with otolith-induced eye movements Neuroscience 155 (3): 771-9 download
Ventre-Dominey J, Vallee B. (2007) Vestibular integration in human cerebral cortex contributes to spatial remapping. Neuropsychologia 45(2):435-9. download
Quarck G, Ventre J, Etard O, Denise P. (2006) Total sleep deprivation can increase vestibulo-ocular responses. J Sleep Res. 15(4):369-75 download
Ventre-Dominey J, Bailly A, Lavenne F, Lebars D, Mollion H, Costes N, Dominey PF. (2005) Double dissociation in neural correlates of visual working memory: a PET study. Cogn Brain Res 25(3):747-59 download
Ventre-Dominey J, Nighoghossian N, Denise P (2005) Interaction between cortical control of vestibular function and spatial representation in man. Ann N Y Acad Sci. ;1039:494-7
Ventre-Dominey J, Mollion H, Bailly A. (2004) Segregated cortical mechanisms of visual working memory Brain Cog 56(1): 127-127
Mollion H, Ventre-Dominey J, Dominey PF, Broussolle E. (2003) Dissociable effects of dopaminergic therapy on spatial versus non-spatial working memory in Parkinson's disease. Neuropsychologia. 41(11):1442-51 download
Ventre-Dominey J, Nighoghossian N, Denise P. (2003) Evidence for interacting cortical control of vestibular function and spatial representation in man. Neuropsychologia. 41(14):1884-98 download
Ventre-Dominey J, Dominey PF, Broussolle E. (2002) Dissociable processing of temporal structure in repetitive eye-hand movements in Parkinson’s disease. Neurospychologia 40(8):1407-18 download
Neimer J, Eskiizmirliler S, Ventre-Dominey J, Darlot C, Luyat M, Gresty MA, Ohlmann T. (2001) Trains with a view to sickness. Curr Biol 11(14):R549-50. download
Ventre-Dominey J, Ford Dominey P, Broussolle E (2001) Asymmetric influences of pointing on saccade latency in hemi-Parkinson's disease. Neuropsychologia. 39(5):470-7 download
Lelekov-Boissard T, Dominey PF, Chosson-Tiraboschi C, Ventre-Dominey J, Laboure D, Michel F, Croisile B (2000) Selective deficits in processing syntactic and abstract sequential structure in agrammatic comprehension Eur J Neurosci 12: 168-168
Mollion, H.; Ventre-Dominey, J.; Dominey, P. F.; Broussolle, E. (2000) Dissociation between non spatial and spatial visual attention in Parkinson's disease Eur J Neurosci 12: 507-507
Tilikete C, Ventre-Dominey J, Denise P, Nighoghossian N, Vighetto A (2000) Otolith dysfunction in skew deviation after brain stem lesions. Abnormalities of eye movements induced by off-vertical-axis rotation (OVAR). J Vestib Res.10(4-5):179-92
Israël I, Ventre-Dominey J, Denise P. (1999) Vestibular information contributes to update retinotopic maps. Neuroreport. 10(17):3479-83 download
Ventre-Dominey J, Vighetto A, Denise P (1999) Vestibulo-ocular dysfunction induced by cortical damage in man: a case report. Neuropsychologia. 37(6):715-21 download
Dominey PF, Lelekov T, Ventre-Dominey J, Jeannerod M. (1998) Dissociable processes for learning the surface structure and abstract structure of sensorimotor sequences. J Cogn Neurosci. 10(6):734-51 download
Karoumi B, Ventre-Dominey J, Vighetto A, Dalery J, d'Amato T. (1998) Saccadic eye movements in schizophrenic patients. Psychiatry Res.77(1):9-19 download
Karoumi B, Ventre-Dominey J, Dalery J. (1998) Predictive saccade behavior is enhanced in schizophrenia. Cognition. 68(3):B81-91 download
Dominey PF, Ventre-Dominey J, Broussolle E, Jeannerod M. (1997) Analogical transfer is effective in a serial reaction time task in Parkinson's disease: evidence for a dissociable form of sequence learning. Neuropsychologia.35(1):1-9 download
Ventre-Dominey J, Dominey PF, Sindou M (1996) Extraocular proprioception is required for spatial localization in man. Neuroreport. 7(9):1531-5
Dominey PF, Ventre-Dominey J, Broussolle E, Jeannerod M. (1995) Analogical transfer in sequence learning. Human and neural-network models of frontostriatal function. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 769:369-73 download
Getenet JC, Ventre J, Vighetto A, Tadary B. (1993) Saccades in internuclear ophthalmoplegia: are abduction disorders related to interocular disconjugacy? J Neurol Sci. 114(2):160-4
Ventre J, Zee DS, Papageorgiou H, Reich S. (1992) Abnormalities of predictive saccades in hemi-Parkinson's disease. Brain. 115 ( Pt 4):1147-65
Ventre, J. (1992) CORTICAL CONTROL OF VESTIBULOOCULAR FUNCTION Eur J Neurosci 4-4
Ventre J, Vighetto A, Bailly G, Prablanc C (1991) Saccade metrics in multiple sclerosis: versional velocity disconjugacy as the best clue? J Neurol Sci. 102(2):144-9
Magenes G, Schmid R, Ventre J. (1990) The role of smooth pursuit in suppression of post-rotational nystagmus. Aviat Space Environ Med. 61(2):117-24
Faugier-Grimaud S, Ventre J. (1989) Anatomic connections of inferior parietal cortex (area 7) with subcortical structures related to vestibulo-ocular function in a monkey (Macaca fascicularis). J Comp Neurol.280(1):1-14
Ventre J, Faugier-Grimaud S (1989) Projections of the parietal cortex on the vestibular complex in Macaca Rev Neurol (Paris). 145(8-9):646-51
Ventre J, Faugier-Grimaud S (1988) Projections of the temporo-parietal cortex on vestibular complex in the macaque monkey (Macaca fascicularis). Exp Brain Res. 72(3):653-8
Ventre J, Faugier-Grimaud S. (1986) Effects of posterior parietal lesions (area 7) on VOR in monkeys. Exp Brain Res. 62(3):654-8
Ventre J. (1985) Cortical control of oculomotor functions. II. Vestibulo-ocular reflex and visual-vestibular interaction. Behav Brain Res. 17(3):221-34
Ventre J, Flandrin JM, Jeannerod M. (1984) In search for the egocentric reference. A neurophysiological hypothesis. Neuropsychologia. 22(6):797-806



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