I'm financially supported by a postdoctoral fellowship from Spinal Cord Injury Ontario.
- PhD in Motion and Behavior for Health and Autonomy, Grenoble University, France (Sep. 2011 to Nov. 2014).
- Master in Movement, Performance, Health, and Engineering, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Grenoble-Alpes University, France (Sep. 2009 to June. 2011).
- Physiotherapy diploma (Diplome d'Etat de Masseur-Kinesitherapeute), Grenoble-Alpes University Hospital, France (Sep. 2007 to Sep. 2010).
- After several years of work on motricity and prostheses of lower-limb amputee individuals, I joined the REL team in January 2016. My principal interest is to implement functional electrical stimulation in spinal-cord injured individuals to improve their cardio-vascular abilities (Erigo Trial) and their autonomy for sitting and standing (Neuro-orthosis Project).
- In the Erigo trial, we will test in a randomized controlled study the efficiency of 4 weeks of dynamical functional stimulation during tilt-table therapy to improve orthostatic tolerance in the sub-acute phase of the injury (inpatient rehabilitation).
- The neuro-orthosis project aimed to design a portable training and assistive device that provide customized electrical stimulation to major body muscles to stabilize the user during sitting and standing postures, and to facilitate sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit tasks.
Neuro-rehabilitation, Functional electrical stimulation, Neuroprostheses, Control of non-linear dynamic systems.
- Post-Doctoral Fellowship, AGE-WELL NCE 2016 (20,000 CAD): A wearable neuro-orthosis to assist elder individuals with disabilities to stand independently.
- Research Grant: Strategic Investment Program, AGE-WELL NCE 2017 (24,000 CAD): Interviewing future end-users and clinicians regarding wearable functional electrical stimulation devices.
- Research Grant: PHRIP 2015 - Health Ministry, FR (130,000 EUR): Conception and validation of a new Scale for Lateropulsion post-stroke: SCALA.
- Best-poster prize, 2013 Scientific Day of the Pre-doctoral school, Grenoble University.
- Research Grant: PHRIP 2012 - Health Ministry, FR (56,000 EUR): Analyzing stump-socket interface pressure to improve gait in above-knee amputees.
- Pre-Doctoral Fellowship 2011-2014: Ministry of Higher Education and Research, FR (90,000 EUR).
- Moineau B, Boisgontier MP, Barbieri G, Nougier V. A new method to assess temporal features of gait initiation with a single force plate. Gait and posture. 2014;39:631-633. Load
- Gailledrat E, Moineau B, Seetha V, DeAngelis MP, Saurel B, Chabloz P, Nougier V, Pérennou D. Does the new Helix 3D hip joint improve walking of hip disarticulated amputees? Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine. 2013;56(5):411-418. Load
- Boisgontier MP, Moineau B, Nougier V. Superimposed electrical simulation comfortably improves the endurance of maximal voluntary contractions. The journal of sports medicine and physical fitness. 2012;52:558-562. Load
- Moineau B, Saurel B, Seetha V, Chabloz P, Deangelis MP, Nougier V, Perennou D. (2015, june) "Is there a typical pressure pattern at the stump-socket interface for good above-knee amputee prosthesis?" Prosthetics Orthotics International. 2015;39:1(suppl). Load
- Moineau B, Saurel B, Seetha V, Chabloz P, Deangelis MP, Nougier V, Perennou D. (2014) Analyze of stump-socket interface pressures in above-knee amputees. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 57: e119. Load
- Moineau B, Boisgontier M, Gailledrat E, Olivier I, Palluel E, DeAngelis MP, Perennou D, Nougier V (2014) Postural behavior in transfemoral and hip-disarticulated amputees. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 57: e123. Load