Charlotte Jacquemot

I am a CNRS researcher in the NeuroPsychologie Interventionnelle lab (NPI)  at the Institut Mondor de Recherche Biomédicale (IMRB, Hôpital Henri Mondor, Créteil - INSERM U955) and Département d'Etudes Cognitives (DEC) of Ecole normale supérieure (Ens, PSL University) in Paris. 

I am the head of the Department of Cognitive Sciences (Département d'Etudes Cognitives) and coordinate the EUR Frontiers in Cognition at the Ecole normale supérieure (Ens-PSL)

I am also the referent for equality at the Ens-PSL and member of PSL's Cellule Ecoute et Veille which fights against discrimination and sexual and gender-based violence.

My team "Language and others cognitive functions" focuses on the study of the interaction between language, short-term memory, attention and executive functions. 

My research is focused on the interactions between speech processing and other cognitive functions such as short-term memory, executive control, decision making… 

We develop cognitive tests for the diagnosis, prognosis and medical follow-up of patients. We have recently developed an innovative rehabilitation programme for aphasic patients, based on the theoretical model of language processing. This programme is fully customizable for each patient (personalized medicine).

My work is based on neuroimaging studies (MRI, EEG) and computational analysis (Drift Diffusion Model) of neuropsychological data from stroke patients and neurodegenerative patients (Huntington Disease patients).