Free event, only for healthcare professionals
4pm – 5pm Following the service dog’s trail : detection and prediction of epileptic seizures via olfactory cues. – Amélie CATALA
5pm – 6pm Presentations of complex clinical cases*
*if you want to present a complex clinical case, please send an email to email@example.com before March 5, 2021
AMÉLIE CATALA – Doctor in Ethology and Neurosciences
Dr. Amélie Catala, PhD, is a researcher with a deep interest in interdisciplinary research in animal behavior; integrating applied ethology, neuroscience, cognition and chemical analysis.
After studying canine cognition and theory of mind, she worked on human-animal interaction and canine olfactory processing for applied purposes such as biomedical detection, in particular related to human epilepsy. Amélie currently works on various research projects related to biomedical detection with dogs.
Article recently published : “Is there a Profile of Spontaneous Seizure-Alert pet dogs ? A survey of French People with Epilepsy“.
Research carried out at the University of Rennes 1, France.
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