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Caroline Quoilin

PhD, Post-Doctoral Researcher

caroline quoilin 140x180Caroline completed a PhD in Psychological Sciences at the University of Liege as well as a postdoctoral fellowship at the department of Addiction Neuroscience of the University-Purdie Indianapolis University, where her research focused on the developmental and neurobiological bases of alcohol abuse and dependence. Caroline joined the CoActions lab in July 2014 and, since then, has been mainly investigating the contribution of deficient motor inhibitory mechanisms in addiction, and especially in alcohol-dependence.

Representative Publications

  1. Quoilin C, Fievez F, Duque J (2019). Preparatory inhibition: Impact of choice in reaction time tasks. Neuropsychologia. 2019; 129: 212-222.
  2. Quoilin C, Wilhelm E, Maurage P, de Timary P, Duque J. Deficient inhibition in alcohol-dependence: Let’s consider the role of the motor system! Neuropsychopharmacology. 2018; 43(9): 1851-1858.
  3. Quoilin C, Lambert J, Jacob B, Klein PA, Duque J. Comparison of motor inhibition in variants of the instructed-delay choice reaction time task. PloS One. 2016; 11(8): e0161964.
  4. Quoilin C, Derosiere G. Global and specific motor inhibitory mechanisms during action preparation. J Neurosci. 2015; 35(50): 16297-16299.

Posters

  1. Quoilin C, Leclercq S, Fievez F, Amadieu C, de Timary P, Delzenne N, Duque J. (2019, Novembre). The gut microbiota as a new target in the treatment of disinhibition in alcohol-dependence: a clinical study. Winter symposium of the Fens Kalvi Network of Excellence (FKNE). Heraklion, Greece.
  2. Quoilin C, de Timary P, Duque J. (2019, May). Using virtual reality to assess the impact of craving on physiological motor inhibition in alcohol dependence. 9th International Symposium on Biology of Decision Making (SBDM). Oxford, United Kingdom.
  3. Quoilin C, de Timary P, Duque J. (2019, May). Deficient inhibition in alcohol-dependence: What is the impact of craving? 13th National Congress of the Belgian Society for Neuroscience (BSN). Brussels, Belgium.
  4. Quoilin C, de Timary P, Duque J. (2018, October). Deficient inhibition in alcohol-dependence: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Belgian Brain Congress (BBC). Liège, Belgium.
  5. Quoilin C, de Timary P, Duque J. (2018, March). Relationship between deficient inhibitory control, brain damage and relapse in alcohol-dependence: a multi-dimensional approach. Gordon Research Conference : New Perspectives in Alcohol Neuroscience Research. Galveston, USA.
  6. Quoilin C, de Timary P, Duque J. (2017, June). Impaired inhibitory control in alcohol-dependence: relationship with brain damage and relapse. 40th Annual meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism (RSoA). Denver – USA
  7. Quoilin C, Fievez F, Duque J. (2017, May). Focus on motor inhibition as an actor of action selection. 12th National Congress of the Belgian Society for Neuroscience (BSN). Ghent, Belgium.
  8. Quoilin C, Fievez F, Duque J. (2017, May). Challenging the function of motor inhibition : does it really contribute to action selection ? 27th Neural Control of Movement (NCM) meeting. Dublin - Ireland.
  9. Quoilin C, Wilhelm E, de Timary P, Maurage P, & Duque J. (2015, June). Loss of self-control in aclohol-dependence: A major role of motor inhibtory mechanisms. 38th Annual meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism (RSoA). San Antonio - USA.
  10. Quoilin C, Wilhelm E, de Timary P, Maurage P, & Duque J. (2015, April). Deficit in motor inhibitory mechanisms in detoxified alcohol-dependent patients. 25th Neural Control of Movement (NCM) meeting. Charleston - USA.

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Institute of Neuroscience
Université catholique Louvain
Ave Mounier 53 - Bte B1.53.04
1200 Bruxelles, Belgium

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Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Caroline_Quoilin

 

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