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Neuro-PSI Conference on January 26th

On Friday, January 26th, at 11:00, Marion Baraban from the Centre for Neuroregeneration, Centre for Discovery Brain Science, University of Edinburgh, UK, will give a talk on this following topic
« Ca2+ activity signatures of myelin sheath formation and growth in vivo »

Invited by Jean-Stéphane Joly

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Marion Baraban performed her PhD in Dr Schneider-Maunoury lab, supervised by François Giudicelli. She then studied in vivo the axonal mRNA transport and local translation in neurons of the zebrafish embryo. She is currently a post-doc in Pr. Lyons group in Edimburg studying how neuronal activity regulates the formation and function of myelinated axons. She performs in vivo imaging that reveals distinct roes for local ca2+ signalling in myelin sheath stabilisation and growth. Her work was recently published in Nature Neuroscience and illuminates brightly the usefulness of the zebrafish model.


- Baraban M.1, Koudelka S. and Lyons D. A.1 Ca2+ activity signatures of myelin sheath formation and growth in vivo. (2018) Nature Neuroscience, 21(1), 19-23. 1 corresponding authors.

- Koudelka S., Voas M. G., Almeida R., Baraban M., Soetaert J., Meyer M. P., Talbot W. S. and Lyons D. A. (2016) Individual neuronal subtypes exhibit diversity in CNS myelination mediated by synaptic vesicle release. Current Biology, 26, 1447-55.

- Baraban M.*, Mensch S.* and Lyons D. A. (2016) Adaptive myelination from fish to man. Brain Research Review, 1641 :149-61. *equal contribution

- Mensch, S., Baraban, M., Almeida, R., Czopka, T., Ausborn, J., Manira, El, A. and Lyons, D. A. (2015). Synaptic vesicle release regulates myelin sheath number of individual oligodendrocytes in vivo. Nature Neuroscience, 18(5), 628–30.

- Baraban M., Anselme I., Schneider-Maunoury S. and Giudicelli F. (2013) Zebrafish embryonic neurons transport messenger RNA to axons and growth cones in vivo. the Journal of Neuroscience 33(40),15726-34. This paper has been selected by Editor’s choice, (2013) Science 342:535-537.

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