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I am interested in the neuroscience of pain, particularly Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). From my career as a physical therapist, I seek to better understand the neuropsychological mechanisms behind CRPS symptoms. New neurorehabilitation programs based on motor cortex behaviors could be a good opportunity to help patients recover. I am also interested in active pedagogy and research teaching **Education** ============= **2021-Present Ph.D** **Candidate** : Human Movement Science-Neuroscience (Pain, Neuropsychology) Thesis : Neuropsychologic plasticity of the Complex Regional Pain Syndrome : Brain to Body *Euromov Digital Health in Motion, University of Montpellier, IMT Mines Alès, Nîmes University Hospital, Montpellier, France* **2017-2018 Master 2** : Health Rehabilitation engineering for disability and motor performance *University of Picadie Jules Vernes, Amiens, France* **2010-2012 University Degree** of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (OMT) *Faculty of Medicine Henry Warembourg, Lille, France* **2006-2009 Physiotherapist Degree** *Institute of Physiotherapy Podiatric Orthopedics of Lille, France*