Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives et Intégratives d'Aquitaine (UMR5287)

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Vouimba Rose-Marie

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Rose-Marie VOUIMBA
Maître de conférences, ADT (Autorisation à diriger une thèse)
Contact:
rose-marie.vouimba@u-bordeaux.fr
+33 (0)5 40 00 87 69
Site : Talence

Team:
IEmotion, Motivation, Cognition (EMOTIV)

Domain:
Cognition and behaviour / Animal cognition and behaviour; Psychiatric disorders

Research axis:

  • Neurophysiology of adaptive and maladaptive behaviours

Scientific expertise:

  • Electrophysiology in vitro and in vivo
  • Multisite recordings in freely moving mice and rats
  • stereotaxy; excitotoxic lesion; intracerebral microinjection
  • synaptic plasticity; long term potentiation; long term depression
  • memory and memory system; fear conditioning and fear extinction
  • hippocampus; amygdala; prefrontal cortex

Projects:

  • Amygdala and hippocampus interactions
  • Amygdala modulation of hippocampal subregions: role in stress related disorders
  • Prefrontal cortex, amygdala and accumbens interactions in resilience to stress

Collaborations:

  • Gal Richter-Levin, Professor, Department of Psychology, The Brain & Behavior Research Center, Institute for the Study of Affective Neuroscience, University of Haifa, Israel.
  • Mouna Maroun, associate professor, Department of Neurobiology, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Haifa, Israel
  • Guillaume Ferreira (CR, INRA) Nutrition and Integrative Neurobiology (NutriNeuro), Université Bordeaux 2, Bordeaux.
  • Cheihk Seye, Assistant professor, Department of Cellular & Integrative Physiology, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

Selected Publications:

  • Vouimba RM, Maroun M (2011) Learning-induced changes in mPFC-BLA connections after fear conditioning, extinction and reinstatement of fear. Neuropsychopharmacology 36:2276-2285
  • Kavushansky A, Vouimba RM, Cohen H, Richter-Levin G (2006) Activity and plasticity in the CA1, the dentate gyrus, and the amygdala following controllable vs. uncontrollable water stress. Hippocampus 16:35-42.
  • Chauveau F, Piérard C, Corio M, Célérier A, Christophe T, Vouimba RM, Guillou JL, Béracochéa D (2009) Mediodorsal thalamic lesions block the stress-induced inversion of serial memory retrieval pattern in mice. Behav Brain Res. 203:270-278.
  • Tsoory MM, Vouimba RM, Akirav I, Kavushansky A, Avital A, Richter-Levin G (2008) Amygdala modulation of memory-related processes in the hippocampus: potential relevance to PTSD. Prog Brain Res. 167:35-51. Review.
  • Vouimba RM, Yaniv D, Richter-Levin G (2007) Glucocorticoid receptors and beta-adrenoceptors in basolateral amygdala modulate synaptic plasticity in hippocampal dentate gyrus, but not in area CA1. Neuropharmacology 52:244-252.
  • Vouimba RM, Muñoz C, Diamond DM (2006) Differential effects of predator stress and the antidepressant tianeptine on physiological plasticity in the hippocampus and basolateral amygdala. Stress 9:29-40.
  • Kavushansky A, Vouimba RM, Cohen H, Richter-Levin G (2006) Activity and plasticity in the CA1, the dentate gyrus, and the amygdala following controllable vs. uncontrollable water stress. Hippocampus 16:35-42.
  • Akirav I, Khatsrinov V, Vouimba RM, Merhav M, Ferreira G, Rosenblum K, Maroun M. (2006) Extinction of conditioned taste aversion depends on functional protein synthesis but not on NMDA receptor activation in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex. Learn Mem. 13:254-258.
  • Vouimba RM, Richter-Levin G (2005) Physiological dissociation in hippocampal subregions in response to amygdala stimulation. Cereb Cortex 15:1815-1821.