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PERCHEY Guy

Assisting Engineer

CONCTACTS:

Postal Adress: Bordeaux University, PAC Carreire, 146 Rue Léo-Saignat, case 71, CS 61292, 33076 BORDEAUX CEDEX, FRANCE
Laboratory address: IBIO building, ground floor, office # BU 02.2
Phone office: +33 547 304 399
Fax: +33 547 304 399
Email: guy.perchey@u-bordeaux.fr

CURRENT POSITION:
Assisting Engineer, UMR 5296 CNRS, Bordeaux University

Date of birth: 08.12.1955

DEGREES:
State Diploma of Nursing (1985)

CAREER:
* Since January 2012: Assisting Engineer UMR5296 CNRS, Bordeaux University

* November 2011: examination CNRS Assisting Engineer

* 2000-2011: reinstatement in the CHU of Caen with a provision of the UMR 6232, CNRS CEA UNIVERSITY of Caen, directed by Pr Mazoyer

* 1997-2000: transfer to the Cyceron Center in the Unit U320 INSERM directed by Dr Baron as technician on the Positron Emission Tomography camera (PET)

* 1991-1997: detachment to the INSERM U320 Unit in the EEG laboratory of Dr Etevenon as EEG technician with in parallel a dispensation (1992-1996) to work as a Clinical Research male nurse to the Pharmacological Research on the Central Nervous System Group (GRP-SNC Caen)

* 1985-1991: male nurse in the CHU of Caen

CURRENT RESEARCH TOPICS:

For 10 years, further to my fastening within the UMR6232, I got specialized on protocols involving a particular imaging technique, the functional and structural cerebral MRI, allowing me to acquire over the years an expertise in these domains:

1-Inclusion and care of the volunteers

2-Data acquisitions in MRI

3-Safety and Quality Control

4-Processing of the images (Matlab, SPM...)

PUBLICATIONS:

  • 1. Functional magnetic resonance imaging study of Piaget’s conservation-of-number task in preschool and school-age children: a neo-Piagetian approach. Houdé O, Pineau A, Leroux G, Poirel N, Perchey G, Lanoë C, Lubin A, Turbelin MR, Rossi S, Simon G, Delcroix N, Lamberton F, Vigneau M, Wisniewski G, Vicet JR, Mazoyer B. J Exp Child Psychol. 2011 Nov;110(3):332-46. (PDF)
  • 2. The shift from local to global visual processing in 6-year-old children is associated with grey matter loss. Poirel N, Simon G, Cassotti M, Leroux G, Perchey G, Lanoë C, Lubin A, Turbelin MR, Rossi S, Pineau A, Houdé O. PLoS One. 2011;6(6):e20879. (PDF)
  • 3. Effect of familial sinistrality on planum temporale surface and brain tissue asymmetries. Tzourio-Mazoyer N, Simon G, Crivello F, Jobard G, Zago L, Perchey G, Hervé PY, Joliot M, Petit L, Mellet E, Mazoyer B. Cereb Cortex. 2010 Jun;20(6):1476-85. (PDF)
  • 4. Eye position-dependent activity in the primary visual area as revealed by fMRI. Andersson F, Joliot M, Perchey G, Petit L. Hum Brain Mapp. 2007 Jul;28(7):673-80 (PDF)
  • 5. Handedness and cerebral anatomical asymmetries in young adult males. Hervé PY, Crivello F, Perchey G, Mazoyer B, Tzourio-Mazoyer N. NeuroImage. 2006 Feb 15;29(4):1066-79. (PDF)
  • 6. Finger tapping, handedness and grey matter amount in the Rolando’s genu area. Hervé PY, Mazoyer B, Crivello F, Perchey G, Tzourio-Mazoyer N. NeuroImage. 2005 May 1;25(4):1133-45 (PDF)
  • 7. In vivo mapping of gray matter loss with voxel-based morphometry in mild Alzheimer’s disease. Baron JC, Chételat G, Desgranges B, Perchey G, Landeau B, de la Sayette V, Eustache F. NeuroImage. 2001 Aug;14(2):298-309. (PDF)
  • 8. High temporal resolution dynamic mapping of instantaneous EEG amplitude modulation after tone-burst auditory stimulation. Etévenon P, Lebrun N, Clochon P, Perchey G, Eustache F, Baron JC. Brain Topogr. 1999 Winter;12(2):129-37. (PDF)