Cognitive and psychiatric disabilitIES LAB (DISAP) - INSERM

Cognitive Disability and functional impairments in Acquired brain injuries and Psychiatric disorders (DisAP)

at CESP / DevPsy

Who are we?

DisAP is a french transdisciplinary team investigating cognitive impairments leading to functional disability in individuals with acquired brain injuries and severe and persistent mental disorders like schizophrenia and bipolar disorders. Our team also develops health outcomes and services research in France.

For the last twenty years, our laboratory gained expertise in the context of social cognition, functional capacity, and everyday functioning leading to cognitive and psychiatric disabilities.

The lab is composed of clinical scientists with diverse skills in several domains from cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology to clinical epidemiology and implementation science.

Lab's work

Our affiliations

Research affiliations: DisAP is a team of DevPsy member of Inserm CESP.

Hospital affiliations: DisAP is hosted by two universitary hospitals situated west of Paris.

University affiliation: these departments are part of the Simone Veil Faculty of Medicine at the Université Versailles Saint-Quentin, a member of the Université Paris-Saclay.

Academic affiliations: DisAP hosts staff members and students from two graduate/doctoral schools.

News and announces

Good luck to Paul Roux who will defend his HDR on June the 23rd!

Read our new meta-analysis about meta-cognition in schizophrenia published in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews here.

Congratulations to Mickael Ehrminger who defended his Ph.D. on December 4th, under the supervision of Eric Brunet-Gouet and Paul Roux!