Marie Caillaud, PhD

Marie is a postdoctoral researcher at UT Austin. She did a first postdoctoral internship at the Research Center, University Institute of Geriatrics of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), after receiving her PhD in Neuropsychology at the University of Angers in collaboration with the National Institute of Health and Medical Research of Caen (France). Her primary research interests are the early cognitive, biological and cerebral markers that would allow to target persons at risk of developing a neurological pathology. She is using multimodal and multiorgan imaging (brain and liver) to study these early changes. 




Selected Publications: 

Caillaud, M., Hudon, C., Boller, B., Duchesne, S., Lorrain, D., Gagnon, JF, Mellah, S., Phillips, N., Belleville, S., and the Consortium for the Early Identification of Alzheimer’s Disease-Quebec (2019). Evidence of a relation between hippocampal volume, white-matter hyperintensities, and cognition in Subjective Cognitive Decline and Mild Cognitive Impairment. J Gerontol B, 75(7). 

Caillaud, M., Bejanin, A., Laisney, M., Gagnepain, P., Gaubert, M., Viard, A., Clochon, P., de La Sayette, V., Allain, P., Eustache, F., & Desgranges, B. (2019). Influence of emotional complexity on the neural substrates of affective theory of mind. Human Brain Mapping, 1(11). 

Caillaud, M., Laisney, M., Bejanin, A., Scherer-Gagou, C., Duclos, H., Bonneau, D., Eustache, F., Verny, C., Desgranges, B.*, & Allain, P.*(2019). Specific cognitive theory of mind and behavioral disorders in early manifest Huntington disease: a case report. Neurocase, 26(1).