Madli Bayot


  • Home country
    • Belgium
  • Current residence
    • France (Lille)
  • Education:
    • Bachelor: Biomedical Engineering at Ecole polytechnique de Bruxelles – ULB (Brussels, Belgium)
    • Master: Biomedical Engineering with specialisation in the fields of Biomechanics & Biomedical Imaging and Informatics at Ecole polytechnique de Bruxelles – ULB (Brussels, Belgium)
  • Interests and hobbies
    • Sports (swimming, running, walking, skiing)
    • Music
    • Attending theatrical performances
    • Travelling and discovering new cultures
    • Reading
    • Scouting
    • Neuroscience
    • Motion analysis
  • Motivation
    • First, during a one-year project of cultural exchange abroad after my graduation, I took the time to think about my future and I was assured of only one thing: my future job would make sense in our society. The research area perfectly suited this expectation. In this context, I heard about the Keep Control consortium and I was very interested in the ITN global research topic. According to me, gait and balance deficits in elderly represent a public health concern, especially considering the demographic trend towards an ageing population. Therefore, studying better diagnosis and treatments is essential.
    • Second, being part of a network composed of 12 PhD students from all around the world, and many European academic and industrial partners is such an opportunity to share and learn from each other.
    • Last but not least, because of my great interests in neuroscience and biomechanics, I am quite interested in still developing my skills and evolving in those promising areas.
  • Project details


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