Michel Akselrod

Lead Researcher

MySpace Lab




Michel Akselrod studied bio-engineering at the Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne (EPFL, Switzerland) and specialized in neuro-engineering. He obtained his PhD from the doctoral school of Neuroscience at EPFL. During his thesis, he used high resolution fMRI to study the plasticity of body representations in amputees with potential applications in the field of neuroprosthetics. Since 2017, his research at the MySpace Lab focuses on studying plasticity of multisensory body representations, as well as their link to cognitive functions and subjective experience in various clinical conditions like amputation, stroke, CRPS and addiction.

Selected publications

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