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Vincent Van Waes

Statut : Professeur des Universités, Directeur adjoint laboratoire UR-LINC, Membre élu CNU 69ème section

Vincent Van Waes
Bâtiment Rabelais
19 rue Ambroise Paré
25030 Besançon Cedex FRANCE
Bureau R119
Mail : vincent.van_.fr
Tel: +33 (0)3.81.66.55.97


  
        
tDCS in mice   Ritalin + Prozac = Cocaine?
Collaborations: Chicago Medical School (USA) UIC (USA)
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium) Ochanomizu University (Japon)
INSERM U1247
Board member Frontiers CV


Cursus, carrière

Impact of non-invasive brain stimulation on addiction-related behaviors, mood and cognition: preclinical studies
(University of Burgundy - Franche Comté) (Actualité)

Regulation of basal ganglia-cortical interactions by psychostimulants: methylphenidate-SSRIs interactions
(Chicago Medical School)

Ethanol vulnerability in adolescent and adult rats: Impact of prenatal stress
(University of Lille 1 / Universita La Sapienza, Roma)

Domaine de recherche

Thématiques: Addiction, Dépression, Stress, Cognition, Stimulation transcrânienne par courant continu, Adolescence.

Outils: Modèle animal, Comportement, Expression génique.

Enseignement

• Directeur du Master 2 "Physiologie, Neurosciences et Comportement"

• Cours: Neurosciences Intégratives (Besançon)
Licence Sciences de la vie, Licence de Psychologie, Médecine (3-6ème année), Master Physiologie, neurosciences et comportement, Master BIOPS, Master Psychologie cognitive et neuropsychologie.

Autres Masters: Master Neurosciences fondamentales et cliniques (Lyon), Master international P2 Food (Dijon)

Ouvrages et Chapitres de livres

(depuis 2015) Obtenir les PDF

• Etievant A., Van Waes V. and Monnin J.
Bases neurobiologiques de la tDCS : apports des modèles animaux
In: Stimulation transcrânienne par courant continu: Principes et applications en psychiatrie
Presses Universitaires François-Rabelais, Chapter 2, p27-40, 2018

• Van Waes V. and Steiner H.
SSRI antidepressants potentiate addiction-related gene regulation by psychostimulant medications (Book Chapter)
In: Fluoxetine: Pharmacology, Mechanisms of Action and Potential Side Effects.
Nova Biomedical, Chapter 11, p207-226, 2015

Publications

(depuis 2015) Obtenir les PDF

1) Van Schuerbeek A., Vanderhasselt M.A., Baeken C., Pierrea A., Smoldersa I., Van Waes V., and De Bundel D.
Effects of repeated anodal transcranial direct current stimulation on auditory fear extinction in C57BL/6J mice
Brain Stimulation, Vol. 14(2), p 250-260, 2021

2) Pedron S., Dumontoy S., Dimauro J., Haffen E., Andrieu P., and Van Waes V.
Open-tES: An open-source stimulator for transcranial electrical stimulation designed for rodent research
Plos One
, 15(7): e0236061, 2020

3) Bennabi D., Haffen E., and Van Waes V.
Vortioxetine for cognitive enhancement in major depression: from animal models to clinical research
Frontiers in Psychiatry, Vol. 10, Art. 771, 2019

4) Ekhtiari H., Tavakoli H., Addolorato G., [...], Van Waes V., [...], and Hanlon C.
Transcranial Electrical and Magnetic Stimulation (tES and TMS) for Addiction Medicine: A consensus paper on the present state of the science and the road ahead
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, Vol. 104, p 118-140, 2019

5) Peanlikhit T., Van Waes V., Pedron S., Risold P.Y., Haffen E., Etievant A., and Monnin J. 
The antidepressant-like effect of tDCS in mice: a behavioral and neurobiological characterization
Brain Stimulation, Vol. 10(4), p 748-756, 2017

6) Pedron S., Beverley J., Haffen E., Andrieu P., Steiner H., and Van Waes V.
Transcranial direct current stimulation produces long-lasting attenuation of cocaine-induced behavioral responses and gene regulation in corticostriatal circuits
Addiction Biology, Vol. 22(4), p 1267-1278, 2017

7) Chometton S., Pedron, S., Peterschmitt Y., Van Waes V., Fellmann D., and Risold P.Y.
A premammillary lateral hypothalamic nuclear complex responds to hedonic but not aversive tastes in male rat
Brain Structure and Function, Vol. 221(4), p 109-116, 2016

8) Van Waes V., Ehrlich S., Beverley J., and Steiner H.
Fluoxetine potentiation of methylphenidate-induced gene regulation in striatal output pathways: Potential role for 5-HT1B receptor
Neuropharmacology, Vol. 89C, p 77-86, 2015