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I'm devoted to the study of the neuronal network responsible for (REM) paradoxical sleep and its dysfunctions occurring in REM sleep behavior disorder and narcolepsy since 1983. I'm a specialist in REM sleep atonia, a subject relevant to cataplexy of narcoleptics, RBD and sleep apnea. I'm also actively trying to identify the function of paradoxical (REM) sleep.