Sophie Jacqueline Andrée Betka

EPFL SV BMI LNCO
H4 3 146.084 (Campus Biotech batiment H4)
Ch. des Mines 9
CH-1202 Genève

Web site: Site web: https://lnco.epfl.ch/

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Domaines de compétences

Affective and Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuropsychology, Psychiatry.
Consciousness, Emotion, Interoception, Addiction, Motor Control. 
fMRI, MRS, ECG, respiration, EEG, baroreflex sensitivity etc. 

Parcours professionnel

May-July 2018

Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Department of Neuroscience, Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre

Research assistant

2013-2014

Psychiatric Unit of Armentieres & Geriatric Centre of Tourcoing

Neuropsychologist


Formation

2015-2018

Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Department of Neuroscience, Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre

PhD in Neuroscience

2013-2014

University of Grenoble, Hospital Centre of Tourcoing & Addiction Centre of Lille

Neuropsychologist Qualification

2011-2013

University of Grenoble & Cognitive and Affective Sciences Laboratory of Lille

MSc in Neuropsychology & Clinical Neuroscience // clinical and research internships

2008-2011

Catholic University of Lille

BSc in Psychology // clinical Internships


Récompenses

Society for the Study of Addiction PhD Studentship (~£25k)

Doctoral Studentship

2016-2018

Rotary Foundation Global Grant Scholarship (~£20k)

Doctoral Scholarship

2015-2018

Publications

Sélection de publications

Enseignement & Phd

Neuroscience: behavior and cognition

I am teaching a course focusing on Interoception to EPFL master students. 
This course covers the concept of Interoception, the physiology of the different interoceptive pathways, the neural correlates of interoceptive processes, the detailed anatomy of the insular cortex, its main functions, and the experimental paradigms classically used to measure interoception.