Parution de "Les mécanismes du sommeil"Published on June 19, 2013
Claude Gronfier a participé à l'écriture d'un ouvrage sur le sommeil qui est paru cette semaine...
| European funded projects
Seco - Co-ordinator Henry Kennedy
SECO is a four-year project funded by the Seventh Research Program (FP7) of the European Union. It involves 7 research groups in 5 countries. SECO is one of several projects funded under the FP7 initiative on BIO-ICT Convergence.
| Henry Kennedy || |
SBRI investigates the development, function and repair of neuronal circuits involved in cognition, motor control and biological rhythms and researches the structural foundations of computation in the cortex. We seek to develop embryonic stem cell based therapies so as to reverse the effects of brain lesions leading to the motor and cognitive deficits found in neurological disease including Parkinson's.
| Veronique Cortay || |
I am a research assistant engineer. My interest concerns the study of cortical development. I analyse proliferation, differentiation and migration in the developing cortex using cell biology techniques. I routinely perform immunohistochemistry, dissociated cell culture, organotypic culture of embryonic brain and time-lapse videomicroscopy. Recently I have focused my efforts on 2 photons imaging of GFP/RFP expressing precursors on organotypic slices.
Besides performing ...
| Colette Dehay || |
| Nathalie Doerflinger || |
Molecular biology : cloning, PCR and qPCR (on DNA, RT or single cell cytoplasm), LCM, RNA microarray, RNAi (siRNA and shRNA), ISH, IHC,...
| Razvan Gamanut PhD Student|| |
| Elodie Gautier PHD Student|| |
| Pascale Giroud || |
Analysis of cortical connectivity
| Cyril Huissoud || |
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