Predicting the prognosis of cancers is very important for adapting treatment regimens. A study conducted under the direction of Dr. Julien Calderaro (Pawlotsky Team),Read more
Publication of an article including three IMRB teams in the journal AJRCCM of a pilot study in ventilated patients with severe ciliary dyskinesia
Ciliary dyskinesia are a group of heterogeneous diseases characterized by an alteration of the respiratory ciliary beating that may induce a degradation of the mucociliary clearance which is the first line of defense of the respiratory system..Read more
Nadjet Gacem ex-PhD student (ED SVS 402) in the former Sylvie Dufour’s team, who performed her PhD under the supervision of Nadege Bondurand (DR2, INSERM), published a paper in Nature Communications revealing the role of A-to-I RNA editing in neural crest development
Adenosine-to-inosine (A-to-I) RNA editing, mediated by enzymes of the ADAR family, is a well-known contributor of transcriptomic and, to a lesser extent, proteomic diversity.Read more
Publication in the January issue of the journal Blood of an article co-authored by members of Nicolas Ortonne’s team in collaboration with teams from Toulouse, among others, describing for the first time the mutational landscape – notably involving activation of the JAK-STAT pathway and disruption of the epigenetic – of a new form of lymphoma, […]Read more
Congratulations to Mathieu Panel (ex-PhD student of Bijan Ghaleh’s team), winner of the Drug Science Award!
Mathieu Panel, ex-PhD student of Bijan Ghaleh-Marzban’s team, recently received the Prix des Sciences du Médicament from the French National Academy of Pharmacy for his thesis work under the supervision of Didier Morin entitled “Study of the effect of new cyclophilin D ligands on the mitochondrial permeability transition pore and their protective effect”. […]Read more
We are pleased to announce the establishment of the Scientific Integrity Committee of the IMRB (CIS-IMRB). The main missions of this committee are :Read more
Many agents of the IMRB were present on this Tuesday, January 21, 2020 for the greetings of our director Jorge Boczkowski in the Alain Harf room of the Faculty of Health of Créteil. Following the evaluation of our Centre by the HCERES from 13 to 15 March 2019, and whose results were very positive, […]Read more
Using cold and liquid ventilation to reduce the risk of after-effects following cardiac arrest: Researchers from ENVA, UPEC, Inserm and the Mondor Institute are at the forefront of this new technique.
46,000 people suffer cardiac arrest every year in France. Researchers from EnvA, the University of Paris Est Créteil, Inserm and the Mondor Institute for Biomedical Research, including Professor Renaud Tissier (Bijan Ghaleh team), and also Professor Philippe Micheau from the University of Sherbrooke in Canada, are proposing a new approach to better manage them and […]Read more
HIV vaccine clinical batch release: a major milestone for the Vaccine Research Institute’s vaccine development program.
Le Vaccine Research Institute (VRI) et l’ANRS sont heureux d’annoncer avec leurs partenaires Novasep et GTP Technology, la production et la libération du premier lot clinique d’un vaccin anti-VIH pour une première administration chez l’Homme. Le partenariat établi entre le VRI, l’ANRS, Novasep et GTP Technology en septembre 2016 a permis la […]Read more
Marielle Bréau former doctoral student of Serge Adnot’s team, winner of the Thesis Prize of the University of Paris-Est for the Doctoral School of Life Sciences and Health!
Marielle Bréau, a post-doctoral fellow at the Marseille cancer research centre, received the thesis prize from the University of Paris Est for the Doctoral School of Life and Health Sciences (SVS) on 5 November. This prize rewards his work during his PhD at the IMRB on “Cellular senescence and pathophysiology of chronic lung diseases: […]Read more
EUR LIVE “Trajectories and Vulnerability in Health”, one of UPEC’s University Research Schools projects, has been selected from 81 applications!
Under the chairmanship of Sir Malcolm Grant (recently President of the NHS England) and on the proposal of an international jury, the Prime Minister has selected 24 winners of the second wave of calls for projects “University Schools of Research“. Among them, EUR LIVE aims to address the problem of vulnerability by […]Read more
Publication of an article resulting from the collaboration of teams 3 and 18, in the excellent journal Gastroenterology!
M. Panel, D. MOrin, B. Ghaleh (équipe 3), I. Ruiz, H. Ahmed-Belkacem, J-M. Pawlotsky Hepatic ischemia is a complication of liver surgery that involves mitochondrial dysfunction resulting from the opening of mitochondrial permeability transition pores (mPTP). Cyclophiline D (PPIF or CypD) is a peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase that regulates the mPTP opening in the […]Read more
Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Emmanuelle Wargon, Secretary of State to the Minister of State, Minister of Ecological and Solidarity Transition, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Secretary of State to the Minister of the Economy and Finance and Guillaume Boudy, Secretary General for Investment, distinguished 140 winners of the i-Lab and i-Nov Innovation Competitions, […]Read more
Cindy Orvain, team 16 of the IMRB, has recently obtained her thesis with success. It is on the cover of the internal magazine Inserm In Vivo* in June 2019. She recounts her journey as part of the 16 team she joined in 2015, where she studies the regulation of effective responses of T cells and […]Read more
Virginie Firlej (team 7), co-author with the CEA of Fontenay-aux_Roses, of a publication in the journal Nature of May 15 on neural progenitors of the central nervous system expressing double-cortin (DCX+), infiltrate prostate tumors and metastases, and initiate neurogenesis.
Autonomic nerve fibres in the tumour microenvironment regulate cancer initiation and dissemination, but how nerves emerge in tumours is currently unknown. Here we show that neural progenitors from the central nervous system that express doublecortin (DCX+) infiltrate prostate tumours and metastases, in which they initiate neurogenesis. In mouse models of prostate cancer, oscillations of […]Read more
Publication of a recent study published in Cell Stem Cell by Team 10 on the protective effect of PAX3 in response to dioxin exposure!
A recent study conducted by Audrey Der Vartanian (post-doctoral researcher) and Marianne Gervais-Taurel (CNRS researcher) in the team of Pr. Frédéric Relaix (Team 10, IMRB) reveals that the transcription factor PAX3 protects a subpopulation of adult skeletal muscle stem cells in response to chronic exposure to an environmental pollutant, dioxin, with harmful effects on health. […]Read more