A SATT Lutech trophy for the Starmaze project

On January 22, 2019, Laure Rondi-Reig and Anne-Lise Paradis of the Cerebellum, Navigation and Memory team (Cezame, Neuroscience Paris-Seine) won a SATT Lutech 2019 trophy for their Starmaze project, a very serious video game that allows to evaluate spatial memory in humans.

The Starmaze is a test invented using the mouse animal model and adapted to humans using virtual reality. Its objective is to analyse mainly the learning and memory capacities in a labyrinth. This device made it possible to identify memory strategies and study the associated neural activity.

The Lutech Awards ceremony rewards each year three research teams, which have distinguished themselves by "their involvement in technology transfer" during the previous year.