Pierre-Michel Bernier

Professeur agrégé

Coordonnées

Courriel: pierre-michel.bernier@usherbrooke.ca
Téléphone : 819 821-8000 poste 62731
Télécopieur : 819 821-7970
Local : A8-308

Mieux comprendre le cerveau pour redonner le mouvement

Formation

B.Sc. Kinésiologie, Université de Montréal (2003)

M.Sc. Motor Control and Learning Laboratory, University of British Columbia, School of Human Kinetics (2005)

Ph.D. Sciences du Mouvement Humain/Neurosciences, CNRS & Université Aix-Marseille (2009)

Post-doc., University of California Santa Barbara, Brain Imaging Center, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (2011)    

Champs d'intérêt

    • Planification et contrôle du mouvement

      • Représentations centrales de l’action
      • Intégration multi-sensorielle

    •  Apprentissage moteur

      • Adaptation sensori-motrice
      • Neuroplasticité

      Publications scientifiques

      Hamel, R., Trempe, M., Bernier, P-M. (2017). Disruption of M1 activity during performance plateau impairs consolidation of motor memories. Journal of Neuroscience. 37:9197-9206.  

      Canaveral, C.A., Danion, F., Berrigan, F., Bernier, P-M. (2017). Variance in exposed perturbations impairs retention of visuomotor adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology.118:2745-2754. 

      Bernier, P-M., Whittingstall, K., & Grafton, S.T. (2017). Cortical dynamics of arm-target integration during human reach. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11:249. 

      Butler, R., Bernier, P-M., Lefebvre, J., & Whittingstall, K. (2017a). Decorrelated input dissociates EEG gamma power and BOLD in human visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience. 37:5408-5418. 

      Butler, R., Gilbert, G., Descoteaux, M., Bernier, P-M., Whittingstall, K. (2017b). Application of polymer sensitive MRI sequence to localization of EEG electrodes. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 278:36-45. 

      Hamel-Thibault, A., Thénault, F., Whittingstall, K. Bernier, P-M. (2016). Delta-band oscillations in motor regions predict hand selection for reaching. Cerebral Cortex. 28:574-584. 

      Benazet, M., Thénault, F., Whittingstall, K. Bernier, P-M. (2016). Selective attenuation of visual reafferent signals in parietal cortex during movement. Journal of Neurophysiology. 116:1831-1839. 

      Lebar, N., Bernier P-M., Guillaume A., & Mouchnino, L., Blouin, J. (2015). Neural correlates for task-relevant facilitation of visual inputs during visually guided hand movements. NeuroImage. 121: 39-50. 

      Bernier, P-M., Cieslak, M., & Grafton, S.T. (2012). Effector selection precedes reach planning in the dorsal parieto-frontal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 108: 57-68. 

      Bernier, P-M., Cieslak, M.,& Grafton, S.T. (2012). Effector selection precedes reach planning in the dorsal parieto-frontal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology,

      Lawrence, G.P., Khan, M.A., Mourton, S., & Bernier, P-M. (2011). The reliance on visual feedback for online and offline processing. Motor Control, 15 : 232-246.

      Bernier, P-M.,& Grafton, S.T. (2010). Human posterior parietal cortex flexibly determines reference frames for reaching based on sensory context. Neuron, 68, 776-788.

      Sarlegna, F.R., & Bernier, P-M. (2010). On the link between sensorimotor adaptation and sensory recalibration. Journal of Neuroscience. 30 : 11555-11557.

      Lawrence, G.P., Khan, M.A., Mourton, S., & Bernier, P-M. (2010). The reliance on visual feedback for online and offline processing. Motor Control. 

      Bernier, P-M., Burle, B., Hasbroucq, T., & Blouin, J. (2009). Spatio-temporal dynamics of reach-related neural activity for visual and somatosensory targets. NeuroImage. 47: 1767-1777.

      Bernier, P-M.,Burle, B., Vidal, F., Hasbroucq, T., & Blouin, J. (2009). Direct evidence for cortical suppression of somatosensory afferents during visuomotor adaptation. Cerebral Cortex. 19: 2106-2113.

      Bernier, P-M., Gauthier, G.M., & Blouin, J. (2007). Evidence for distinct, differentially adaptable sensorimotor transformations for reaches to visual and proprioceptive targets. Journal of Neurophysiology. 98: 1815-1819.

      Bernier, P-M., Chua, R., Inglis, J.T., & Franks, I.M. (2007). Sensorimotor adaptation in response to proprioceptive bias. Experimental Brain Research. 177: 147-156.

      Bernier, P-M., Chua, R., Bard, C., & Franks, I.M. (2006). Updating of an internal model without proprioception: a deafferentation study. Neuroreport. 17: 1421-1425.

      Bernier, P-M., Chua, R., Franks, I.M., & Khan, M.A. (2006). Determinants of offline processing of visual information for the control of reaching movements. Journal of Motor Behavior. 38: 331-338.

      Khan, M.A., Franks, I.M., Elliott, D., Lawrence, G.P., Chua, R., Bernier, P-M., Hansen, S., & Weeks, D.J. (2006). Inferring online and offline processing of visual feedback in target-directed movements from kinematic data. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews.30: 1106-1121.

      Bernier, P-M., Chua, R., & Franks, I.M. (2005). Is proprioception calibrated during visually guided movements? Experimental Brain Research. 167: 292-296.

      Communications scientifiques récentes

      Canaveral, C., Danion, F., Bernier, P-M. (2018). Dissociation between temporal and spatial precueing in the neural dynamics of goal-directed movement preparation. Society for the Neural Control of Movement. Santa Fe,États-Unis. 

      Mathew, J., Bernier, P-M., Goulon, C., Danion, F. (2018). Asymetrical transfer of adaptation between eye and hand tracking when adapting to a visuomotor rotation. Workshop on probabilities and optimal inferences to understand the brain. Marseille, France. 

      Mathew, J., Bernier, P-M., Goulon, C., Danion, F. (2018). Transfer of learning between eye and hand tracking when adapting to a visuomotor rotation. 14th Karniel Computational Motor Control Workshop. Jerusalem, Israel. 

      Savoie, F-A., Hamel, R., Lacroix, A., Thénault, F., Whittingstall, K., Bernier, P-M. (2017).The anticipation of reward and punishment differentially modulates oscillatory brain activity during reach planning: An electroencephalogram study. Society for Neuroscience. Washington DC, États-Unis. 

      Canaveral, C., Danion, F., Bernier, P-M. (2017). Dissociation between temporal and spatial precueing in the neural dynamics of action preparation. SCAPPS. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. 

      Pagé, C., Bernier, P-M., Trempe, M. (2017). Using video-simulations and virtual reality to improve decision-making skills. SCAPPS. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. 

      Pagé, C., Bernier, P-M., Trempe, M. (2017). Using video-simulations and virtual reality to improve decision-making skills. Rendez-vous des entraîneurs 2017 - Institut National du Sport. Québec, Canada.

      Deslauriers-Gauthier, S., Lina, J-M., Butler, R., Bernier, P-M., Whittingstall, K., Deriche, R., Descoteaux, M. (2017). Inference and visualization of information flow in the visual pathway. MICCAI. Québec, Canada. 

      Butler, R., Bernier, P-M., Mierzwinski, G., Gilbert, G., Descoteaux, M., Whittingstall, K. (2017). Inter-subject variability in healthy human EEG gamma power is explained primarily by distance from cortex to electrode, and cortical dipole cancellation index. Society for Human Brain Mapping. Vancouver, Canada. 

      Butler, R., Bernier, P-M., Gilbert, G., Descoteaux, M., Whittingstall, K. (2017). Voxel-wise simultaneous EEG-BOLD correlations reveal state and area dependent neurovascular coupling in human. Society for Human Brain Mapping. Vancouver, Canada. 

      Hamel, R., Lacroix, A., Trempe, M., Bernier, P-M. (2017). Oscillatory dynamics of reward and punishment processing in the human brain. Society for the Neural Control of Movement. Dublin, Ireland. 

      Bernier, P-M., Dufour, B., Thénault, F., Whittingstall, K. (2016). Oscillatory activity in motor cortical regions is modulated by expected visual reafferent feedback. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, États-Unis. 

      Canaveral, C.A., Berrigan, F., Bernier, P-M. (2016). Effect of perturbation uncertainty on the retention of a new visuomotor relationship. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, États-Unis. 

      Hamel, R., Trempe, M., Bernier, P-M. (2016). Post-Movement activity in M1 contributes to retention when movements become repetitive. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, États-Unis. 

      Savoie, F-A., Whittingstall, K., Bernier, P-M. (2016). Reach-related sensory prediction errors produce event-related potentials similar to feedback-related negativity during visuomotor rotation. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, États-Unis. 

      Butler, R., Gilbert, G., Bernier, P-M., Whittingstall, K. (2016).EEG power dependence of non-invasive neurovascular coupling. RBIQ workshop. Montréal, Canada.

      Butler, R., Bernier, P-M., Gilbert, G., Descoteaux, M., Whittingstall, K. (2016). Quality of single trial and subject specific EEG alpha/beta and gamma power acquired simultaneously with multiband BOLD. Organization for human brain mapping. Lausanne, Suisse. 

      Canaveral, C.A., Berrigan, F., Bernier, P-M. (2016). Variance in visuomotor rotation selectively impairs retention but not acquisition. 38th international symposium of the GRSNC: The neuroscience of decision making. Montréal, Canada. 

      Hamel, R., Trempe, M., Bernier, P-M. (2016). TMS disruption of post-movement activity in M1 impairs retention only when motor commands tend to repeat. 38th international symposium of the GRSNC: The neuroscience of decision making. Montréal, Canada.  

      Hamel-Thibault, A., Thénault, F., Whittingstall, K. Bernier, P-M. (2016). Delta-band oscillations predict hand selection for reaching. 38th international symposium of the GRSNC: The neuroscience of decision making. Montréal, Canada.  

      Deslauriers-Gauthier, S., Lina, J-M., Butler, R., Whittingstall, K., Bernier, P-M., Descoteaux, M. (2016). Fibre directionality and information flow through the white matter: Preliminary results on the fusion of diffusion MRI and EEG. ISMRM. Singapore.  

      Bernier, P-M., Benazet, M., Thénault, F., Whittingstall, K. (2015). Selective attenuation of visual reafferent signals in parietal cortex during movement.Society for Neuroscience. Chicago, États-Unis. 

      Bernier, P-M., Hamel-Thibault, A., Thénault, F., Whittingstall, K. (2015). Delta band oscillations predict hand selection for reaching. SCAPPS conference. Edmonton, Canada. 

      Hamel, R., Trempe, M., Bernier, P-M. (2015). TMS over M1 late in learning impairs retention of motor memory. SCAPPS conference. Edmonton, Canada. 

      Butler, R., Bernier, P-M., Whittingstall, K. (2015). Robust frequency specific coupling between EEG and BOLD in response to diverse visual stimuli. Society for Human Brain Mapping. Hawaii. USA. 

      Berrigan, F., Turcotte, S., Beaudoin, S., Gignac, C. & Bernier, P.-M. (2015). Improving academic achievement through physical activity before class. International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP). Madrid, Espagne. 

      Gignac, C., Beaudoin, S., Turcotte, S., Berrigan, F. & Bernier, P.-M. (2015). Learning to be a professional development coach: a new role for the physical and health education teacher. International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP). Madrid, Espagne. 

      Sarlegna, F. R., Lefumat, H., Hétu, A., & Bernier, P-M.  (2014). Prismatic adaptation of movements toward visual and proprioceptive targets. Society for Neuroscience. Washington DC, USA. 

      Bernier, P-M., Gaudreau, D., Thénault, F., Gagné, M-È., & Whittingstall, K. (2014). Rapid premotor cortex recruitment for online corrections for reaching.Neural Control of Movement. Amsterdam, Pays-Bas. 

      Berrigan, F., Bernier, P.-M., Turcotte, S., Beaudoin, S. & Daudelin-Gauthier, L. (2014). Physical activity before class enhances attention during the school day. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 11(Supp1), S130. 

      Turcotte, S., Berrigan, F., Beaudoin, S., Bernier, P.-M. & Gignac, C. (2014). Integrating a period of daily physical activity in the school activity timetable to promote academic achievement. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 11(Supp1), S192. 

      Beaudoin, S., Turcotte, S., Berrigan, F., Bernier, P.-M., Gignac, C. & Daudelin-Gauthier, L. (2014). La contribution d’un dispositif d’accompagnement professionnel sur la mise en œuvre d’un programme d’activité physique quotidien. 8ème Biennale de l’Aris. Genève, Suisse. 

      Berrigan, F., Bernier, P.-M., Turcotte, S., Beaudoin, S. & Daudelin-Gauthier, L. (2014). Physical activity before class enhances attention during the school day. Global summit on the Physical Activity of Children. Toronto, Canada. 

      Turcotte, S., Berrigan, F., Beaudoin, S., Bernier, P.-M. & Gignac, C. (2014). Integrating a period of daily physical activity in the school activity timetable to promote academic achievement. Global summit on the Physical Activity of Children. Toronto, Canada.  

      Beaudoin, S., Berrigan, F., Turcotte, S., Bernier, P.-M., Daudelin-Gauthier, L., Bezeau, D. & Tessier, O. (2014). Project « Je Bouge »: Individual professional development processes and outcomes. International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP). Auckland, Nouvelle-Zélande. 

      Bernier, P-M., Gaudreau, D., Thénault, F., Gagné, M-È., Marchese,A., & Whittingstall, K. (2013). Neural correlates of visuo-proprioceptive integration for online movement control.Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, USA. 

      Blouin, J., Lebar, N., Bernier P-M., Guillaume A., & Mouchnino, L. (2013). Functional facilitation of visual inputs in extrastriate cortex during visual guidance of movements. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, USA. 

      Turcotte, S., Berrigan, F., Beaudoin, S., Bezeau, D., Morin, P. & Bernier, P.-M. (2013). Project « Je Bouge » (Let’s Move): a Daily Physical Activity Program Contributing to Student Academic Learning. International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP). Varsovie, Pologne. 

      Beaudoin, S., Turcotte, S., Berrigan, F., Daudelin-Gauthier, L., Morin, P. & Bernier, P.-M. (2013). Project « Je Bouge » (Let’s Move): Initiating a Professional Development Approach to Implement a Daily Physical Activity Program. International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP). Varsovie, Pologne. 

      Beaudoin, S., Turcotte, S., Berrigan, F., Bernier, P.-M., Morin, P. & Tardif, G. (2013). Projet Je Bouge: accompagnement professionnel des membres de l’équipe-école. Colloque international du Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur la formation et la profession enseignante (CRIFPE). Montréal, Canada. 

      Bernier, P-M., Donoyan, S. & Grafton, S.T. (2012). Oscillations in parieto-frontal circuits for reach planning: a simultaneous EEG-fMRI experiment. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. New Orleans, USA. [FQRNT]

      Bernier, P-M.,& Grafton, S.T. (2011). Fronto-parietal interactions for effector selection during reaching: a simultaneous EEG-fMRI study. Organization for Human Brain Mapping.Québec, Canada.

      Bernier, P-M.,& Grafton, S.T. (2011). Effector selective recruitment of human dorso-medial PPC during reaching. Neural Control of Movement. San Juan, Puerto Rico.

      Viswanathan, S., Bernier, P-M., Wymbs, & Grafton, S.T. (2011). Sensitivity of repetition suppression to functional network structure. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, États-Unis.

      Bernier, P-M.,& Grafton, S.T. (2010). Sensory context determines motor goal representation in human “parietal reach region”. Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Barcelone, Espagne.

      Ortigue, S.T., Bernier, P-M., Hamilton, A.H., & Grafton, S.T. (2010). Virtual lesions of the right anterior intraparietal sulcus disrupt the decoding of action intent: a TMS study. Organization for Human Brain Mapping.Barcelone, Espagne.

      Bernier, P-M.,& Grafton, S.T. (2010). Reaches to proprioceptive targets are encoded in body-centered coordinates in the human “Parietal Reach Region”. 32e Symposium International - Groupe de recherche sur le système nerveux central (GRSNC). Montréal, Canada.

      Travaux de recherche subventionnés par le CRSNG.