Marie-Gabrielle is a Public Health resident in Bordeaux. She is following the MD-PhD program “Ecole de l’Inserm Liliane Bettencourt” (Paris), that allowed her early research training. She did her master 1 directed by Pr Bloch, working on the anatomy of dopamine receptors in rats (Unit “Mouvement – Adaptation – Cognition”, Bordeaux). She obtained a master 2 in Neurosciences (“Ecole pratique des hautes études”, Sorbonne, Paris) where she studied anatomical correlation of neuropsychological tests in a cohort of healthy elderly subjects (3C-cohort) with Voxel Based Morphometry, directed by G. Catheline.
She is currently a master 2 student in Epidemiology at the Institute of Public Health, Epidemiology and Development (ISPED) in Bordeaux. She is focusing on MRI markers of cerebral small vessel disease and their shared genetic variants, under the supervision of Stéphanie Debette.
- Semantic retrieval over time in the aging brain: Structural evidence of hippocampal contribution. Catheline G, Amieva H, Dilharreguy B, Bernard C, Duperron MG, Helmer C, Dartigues JF, Allard M. Hippocampus. 2015;25:1008-1016.
- P2a-2 Variabilité interindividuelle des performances cognitives mnésiques et leurs corrélats neuroanatomiques au cours du vieillissement : Etude sur une cohorte en population (3C). Catheline G, Amieva H, Dillharreguy B, Duperron MG, Helmer C, Dartigues JF, Allard M. Revue Neurologique 2009;165(10):65-66.