Zoï Kapoula

Title: Differential diagnosis of eye movement disorders in dyslexia: how word coding difficulties exacerbate motor problems


Research Interest

Zoï Kapoula PhD./HDR, EMBA, Research Director at the CNRS, in the field of cognitive Neurosciences, leader of the IRIS CNRS lab specialized in the neuro-physiopathology of eye movements; their interaction with vision, perception, cognition, body equilibrium, and posture. Works on dyslexia, strabismus, tinnitus, vestibular deficits, vertigo, ageing, cognitive impairment and dementia in humans. She teaches eye movement control in neuroscience masters, orthoptics and optometry. She patented the REMOBI & AIDEAL technologies, founded Orasis-Ear (orasis-ear.com) spinoff of the CNRS, that brings innovations to health professionals. She created a national network on Art and Neurosciences, a school on transdisciplinarity and published books

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