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    Seminar program 2020

    Friday at 11:30 a.m. in Conference room R229 17/01 Martin Giurfa (Research Center, University of Toulouse, France) 24/01 Naguib Mechawar (Human brain bank, McGill University, Montréal, Canada) 07/02 Ruben Portugues (Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Martinsried, Germany) 25/09 Caroline Rouaux…  Continue reading

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    September 25th – Caroline Rouaux (Inserm U1118, Université de Strasbourg, France) – Evaluation of the corticofugal hypothesis in ALS

    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is the third most frequent neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, and the most frequent disease of the adult motoneuron. Clinically and histopathologically, ALS is defined as the simultaneous degeneration of corticospinal neurons (CSN) in…  Continue reading

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    January 24th – Naguib Mechawar – Early-life adversity and its long-term influence on cerebral oligodendrocytes and myelination

    Early-life adversity can have devastating and lasting consequences on individuals, considerably increasing the lifetime risk of negative mental health outcomes such as depression and suicide. Yet, the neurobiological processes underlying this increase in vulnerability remain poorly understood. I will present…  Continue reading

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    Next Seminars in 2020!

    The Neuroscience Seminar Series 2020, save your dates! Friday at 11h30 Conference Room (R229) 17/01 Martin Giurfa (Cetre de Recherche sur la Cognition Animale, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse) 24/01 Naguib Mechawar (McGill University – Canada) 07/02 Ruben Portugues (Max Plack…  Continue reading

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    M2 Student grants Awards – 2019

    The INC is happy to announce that the INC grants have been awarded to two second year master students doing their internship in a INC research team. -Rémi Baroud with the proposed project : Recurrent dynamics and competition in basal…  Continue reading

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    March 22nd – Serge Przedborski – Role of non-neuronal cells in the death of neuronal cells in ALS and neurodegeneration

    Cell-to-cell communications are critical determinants of pathophysiological phenotypes, but methodologies for their systematic elucidation are lacking. During this lecture, an integrative, systems biology approach that combines proteomics and regulatory network analysis to elucidate ligand-mediated interactions between distinct cellular compartments, will…  Continue reading