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Conférence by Claude Gronfier

Published on November 25, 2015

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Stem-cell and Brain Research Institute

SBRI investigates the development, function and repair of neuronal circuits involved in cognition, motor control and biological rhythms. We seek to develop embryonic stem-cell based therapies so as to reverse the effects of dopaminergic lesions leading to the motor and cognitive deficits found in Parkinson’s disease.

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Pluripotent stem cells in mammals Stem Cells: Cortical Development and Repair Cortical Architecture, Coding and Plasticity Neurobiology of executive functions Neurobiology of circadian rhythms and Sleep Cortical Networks for Cognitive Interaction Reproduction, epigenesis and development Fast Acting Antidepressant and Neuroplasticity Physiology and biotechnology of avian stem cells Postnatal forebrain development and plasticity.


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Transversal projects

Cell replacement therapy for early Parkinson’s disease

European funded projects

Circadian Metrology - PI : Claude Gronfier Daisy - Co-ordinator Henry Kennedy Seco - Co-ordinator Henry Kennedy Euclock - PI: Howard Cooper EFAA - Experimental functional android assistant CHRIS - PI : Peter Ford Dominey Chronomofos - PI : Claude Gronfier Ambient light - PI : Claude Gronfier Organic BEST-Stem Cells- PI: Pierre Savatier