Bathellier Lab

The Lab

Located in the Integrative and Computational Neuroscience department of the Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience, the Bathellier lab is investigating the computational principles of auditory and multisensory processing. To do so, we combine advanced mathematical analysis and theoretical modeling with a large array of experimental approaches, including two-photon calcium imaging, multichannel electrophysiology, optogenetics and mouse behavior.


Summer school in Bertinoro (Italy) on the links between Deep Networks and the brain. Registration closed.

A new paper published in Neuron shows direct cortical manipulation of auditory perception by optogenetics in a difficult discrimination task

A new paper published in Elife demonstrates that auditory responses in primary visual cortex depend on visual context

Sebastian Ceballo successfully defended his PhD thesis on May 15th, 2019. Well done !

A new paper published in Nature Communications demonstrating that the amount of activity recruited by a sound impacts the way it is learnt in a behavioral task.

Alexandre Kempf successfully defended his PhD thesis on October 17th, 2018. Congratulations !

Review paper in Current Opinion in Neurobiology with Kishore Kuchibhotla on cortical representations and their modulations by behavior. More...

Brice Bathellier obtains an ERC Consolidator grant in the 2017 call. More...

Prize - Bronze Medals of CNRS for Brice Bathellier. More...

The Bathellier lab is selected to be part of the new Hearing Institute (Institut de l'Audition) opening in 2019 in Paris