- Charlotte Creux, cadre
- Vaheeda Mougamadou
- Violette Gruit
- Lise Geneslay
- Gwennaelle Delfosse
- Fabienne Jonqua
Under the direction of Z. Kapoula, Aurélien Morize is working on her thesis in Neurosciences focusing on oculomotor neuroplasticity, the technological development of REMOBI and its clinical validation. He demonstrated the double effectiveness of REMOBI: the diagnostic accuracy of the method associated with the therapeutic benefit, by efficient rehabilitation of the disorders of the ocular vergences. Thus, 4 to 5 sessions of 35 minutes are sufficient to induce lasting improvements in eye movement, stereovision and body posture, with normalization of symptoms. Aurélien Morize now conducts new research, focusing on two main objectives:
- Establish the benefits of REMOBI rehabilitation on the natural movements that we make in three-dimensional space, combining saccades and vergences at the same time.
- Establish the optimal duration of training and rehabilitation to achieve efficient and lasting results.
This research takes place at the Necker Hospital, in cooperation with Prof. D. Bremond Gignac and C. Creux, orthoptics executive. Several international publications, thesis to be supported in December 2017.