July 1 2020

Imaging platform is enriched once again with new equipment!

There’s more news on the Imaging Platform. The platform has installed a staining automaton (Gemini AS) for histology.   During September, new staining will be possible:   the Sirius Red coloration, the coloration of May-Grünwald Giemsa, the coloration in Periodic Acid Shiff. the Haematoxylin Eosin staining will also be performed with the automaton.   Sirius […]

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June 15 2020

New on the Imaging platform!

The imaging facility is pleased to announce the arrivals of its new Zeiss LSM 900 confocal microscope with Airyscan2 to replace the LSM510. The LSM 900 will be operational as of June 22nd.   The Zeiss confocal LSM 900 is part of the latest Zeiss confocal family. The wide range of objectives (long working distance […]

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May 29 2020

The Cristoli Virus: Discovery of a new virus of the family Bunyaviridae thanks to the NGS platform and several members of Jean-Michel Pawlotsky’s team

The family Bunyaviridae is a large but unfamiliar group of viruses with more than 300 members with a spherical and helical envelope. Viruses of this family can infect a wide range of hosts, from mosquitoes to marsupials and from thrips to tomatoes. Several of the Bunyaviridae cause serious disease in humans; they represent a growing […]

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May 18 2020

Thesis projects of the SVS Doctoral School proposed by the IMRB teams!

SVS (Sciences et Vie de la Santé) Doctoral School provides the thesis projects proposed by certain teams of our Institute, among others. Here are the titles with the respective leaders and their associated teams.   1) Cellular origin of spine deformity in a new murine model of Neurofibromatosis type 1 (Céline Colnot, équipe Relaix) 2) […]

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May 12 2020

Launch of a call for applications for EUR LIVE! doctoral scholarships!

UPEC’s EUR (University Research School) LIVE (Life Trajectories & Health Vulnerability) is calling for applications for doctoral scholarships in the following Doctoral Schools, ED Life and Health Sciences (SVS), ED Organisations, Markets, Institutions (OMI), ED Sciences, Engineering and Environment (SIE) and ED Public Health (SP).   Together, UPEC, Inserm and CNRS will study health vulnerability […]

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May 5 2020

Good news for the IMRB platforms!

ISO 9001 certification defines a series of requirements concerning the implementation of a quality management system in an organization, whatever its size and sector of activity.   In 2011 the flow cytometry platform was the first platform to receive this certification as well as the processes supporting maintenance and health & safety, followed three years […]

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April 28 2020

Publication in Clinical Cancer Research of a directed study by Dr. J. Calderaro, (J-M. Pawlotsky team) showing that modifications immunity occurs very early in the malignant transformation on cirrhotic liver.

Hepatocellular carcinoma is responsible for one third of cancer deaths worldwide, and most often develops in a context of chronic inflammation. While the immune microenvironment of tumours plays a decisive role in their evolution and is the subject of numerous studies, the role of immunity during the early stages of carcinogenesis remains little studied. In […]

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February 21 2020

New in the description of anaplastic lymphoma on breast implants!

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, […]

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February 17 2020

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”.     […]

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January 30 2020

Greetings from the Director of the IMRB, Tuesday 21 January 2020

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, […]

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December 27 2019

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 […]

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