November 27 2018

Congratulations to Claire Leibler, doctoral student of Team 21, winner of the 2017 Thesis Prize of the University of Paris-Est for ED SVS and the Aguirre/Robin Prize!

Claire Leibler, a nephrologist specializing in kidney transplantation, received the thesis prize from the University of Paris Est for the Doctoral School of Life and Health Sciences (SVS) on November 6. On December 2, she will also receive the Aguirre-Basulado / Robin Prize for Medicine, one of the fifty solemn prizes awarded by the Chancellery […]

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November 15 2018

Beneficial physical exercise in the treatment of sickle cell disease, a study coordinated by Pablo Bartolucci of Team 2!

According to a recent study coordinated by Pablo Bartolucci of Team 2, with the help of the Department of Public Health and Cardiorespiratory Rehabilitation of CHU Henri Mondor and published in the journal Lancet Haemtology in November 2018, physical exercise would bring definite benefits in the treatment of sickle cell disease. The article appeared in […]

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October 15 2018

Congratulations to Maximilien Bencze who has just published an article in Nature Communications on the role of necroptosis in the degeneration of dystrophic muscles!

Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a progressive neuromuscular disease, affecting 1 in 5000 live male births and is characterized by a progressive degeneration of myofibres, leading to an irreversible muscle weakness. In DMD, as in many muscle wasting conditions, cell death mechanisms are largely unknown. Within the team 10 directed by Frederic Relaix and Jérôme […]

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September 19 2018

Interviews with Marion Leboyer, Director of IMRB Team 15 as part of the “Medical/Scientific Interviews”, and for the publication of her latest book “Psychiatry: The State of Emergency”

Marion Leboyer, director of team 15 of the IMRB, the FondaMental Foundation, and head of department at the Chenevier-Mondor hospital in Créteil, has just given an interview as part of the “Entretiens de Médecine/Sciences” conducted jointly by the scientific journal and INSERM. During this interview she talks mainly about the immune system in psychiatry, but […]

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May 23 2018

Congratulations to Marion Leboyer, Team 15 Director, who has just received a prestigious award from the ECNP!

Marion Leboyer received the 2018 Neuropsychopharmacology Award of European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP)  in recognition of her outstanding achievements combining innovative and high-impact research identifying genetic and environmental risk factors in major psychiatric disorders.   Marion Leboyer will receive the award at the 31st ECNP Congress October 6-9, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain.   The prize is […]

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May 16 2018

A look back at the IMRB’s Apprentice Researchers experience

Since its creation in 2004, L’Arbre des Connaissances Association founded by researchers has promoted dialogue between scientists and society. The Apprentice Researchers are one of the actions carried out by this association which has enabled more than 2000 secondary school students to be welcomed in the laboratories (more info). This year, under the impetus of […]

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April 13 2018

Congratulations to Geneviève Derumeaux’s team, team 8, for a very interesting article on visceral adipose tissue, heart aging and osteopontin!

Visceral adipose tissue regulates cardiac aging. Osteopontin (OPN) is a matricellular protein that is upregulated in pathologic cardiac fibrosis and remodeling models. OPN plasma levels also increase with age.   A new study conducted by Daïgo Sawaki within Team 8, reveals that OPN secreted by visceral adipose tissue (VAT) promotes interstitial fibrosis associated with age […]

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December 12 2017

Congratulations to Cyrielle Hou, team 10 of Fred Relaix/François-Jérôme Authier, who has just won the Master’s Award in Myology from the Société Française de Myologie / Santhera Pharmaceuticals!

The Master’s Award in Myology from the French Society of Myology / Santhera Pharmaceuticals is intended to reward a young researcher for the quality of his or her Master’s work in Biology in clinical, physiopathological or fundamental research in the field of Myology. This prize judges the presentation of the thesis and more generally the […]

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