Journal of Spine

ISSN: 2165-7939

Open Access

Damien Debatisse

Damien Debatisse

Damien Debatisse
University of Fribourg, Supervisor of Neurophysiology IOM Neurosurgery, Germany


Of Belgian descent, born in the Congo, after college, he began training in psychology at the University of Liege in Belgium, for soon branching out into paramedical studies and to a course of neuroscience. He undertook many post graduate courses (DEU) in neurophysiology, neurosurgery, neurology in France, Belgium (UCL), Switzerland (CHUV) and the USA (Harvard University Childrens Hospital, Boston) and the Queen Square Hospital in London. It operates from neurophysiologist at St. Joseph Hospital in Belgium in the Department of Neurosurgery / Neurology at Liege as department head of the Department of Clinical Neurophysiology. During this period, he assumed the role of tutor in clinical neurophysiology in training in neurology at the end of the cycle. In 2001, he was hired in the Department of Neurosurgery University Hospital under the auspices of Prof.. JG Villemure. At the same time, it provides business neurophysiologist Luxembourg (HVEA) and scientific consultant at various universities in cognitive research, neuromonitoring and understanding of comatose states. Similarly, there is a promoter of several theses and dissertations and actively participates in university or post graduate training. Since 2002, he participated in various clinical research in it including DBS, evoked potentials, trans-cranial magnetic stimulation, intraoperative corticographie in epilepsy and intracerebral vascular disease as well as electrophysiological animal studies . He has presented more than 140 oral presentations or poster defenses at various international conferences and written 7 book chapters neurophysiology. Since 2007 he is scientific advisor at EPFL and the Faculty of Medicine of Amiens, France.

Research Interest

Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuromonitoring pre, intra-and postoperative. Development in patients with intractable epilepsy requiring intervention. Parkinson's and DBS.

Understanding "of neural networks of the limbic system" and epilepsy.

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