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Thesis Projects in 2018

Doctoral School BIO-SigNE (Signaling and Integrative Networks in Biology) :

- Group leader : Gilles FORTIN
Thesis supervisor : Gilles FORTIN
Neural bases of breathing : Roles of the transcription factor Mafb.

 

- Group leader : Jean-Marc EDELINE, Catherine DEL NEGRO
Thesis supervisor : Catherine DEL NEGRO
Co-director : Nicolas GIRET
Neurobiological basis of sensory feedback during song learning.

 

- Group leader : Julien BOUVIER
Thesis supervisor : Julien BOUVIER
Connctivity and function of brainstem reticulospinal neurons in motor control.

 

- Group leader : Valérie DOYÈRE, Nicole El MASSIOUI
Thesis supervisor : Valérie DOYÈRE
From temporal memory to temporal expectancy : A focus on Hippocampus-Striatum processing.

 

- Group leader : Martial RUAT
Thesis supervisor : Martial RUAT
Study of Glast+ cells and their regulation by Hedgehog signaling : new insghts from 3D imaging and transparent adult mouse brain.

 

- Group leader : Thierry AUBIN
Thesis supervisor : Thierry AUBIN
Co-director : Fanny RYBAK
Study of song and territorial behavior of male and female robins (Erithacus rubecula) during and out of the breeding season.

 

- Group leader : Cyrille VAILLEND
Thesis supervisor : Cyrille VAILLEND
Co-director : Roseline POIRIER
Brain development in a mouse model of the Coffin-Lowry intellectual disability Syndrome.

- Group leader : Cyrille VAILLEND
Thesis supervisor : Jean-Vianney BARNIER
Co-director : Véronique ROUSSEAU
Identification of a new tumor suppressor gene in high-grade gliomas.

- Group leader : Cyrille VAILLEND
Thesis supervisor : Valérie ENDERLIN
Influence of hypothyroidism-induced brain metabolic dysfunctions on the development of Alzheimer’s disease.

- Group leader : Cyrille VAILLEND
Thesis supervisor : Valérie ENDERLIN
Influence of hypothyroidism-induced brain metabolic dysfunctions on the development of lesions associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

 

- Group leader : Jean-René MARTIN
Thesis supervisor : Jean-René MARTIN
Study of the role of the deregulation of the lipids metabolism and more particularly of the cholesterol in the genesis of the neurodegenerative lesions in old flies in jouvence, a mutation of a new snoRNA.

 

- Group leader : Mohammed TAOUIS
Thesis supervisor : Yacir BENOMAR
Co-director : Mohammed TAOUIS
Interplay between hypothalamic resistin/TLR4 and ceramide signaling. Impact on the control of glucose homeostasis.

 

- Group leader : Hervé DANIEL
Directrice co-encadrante de la thèse : Micaela GALANTE
Cross-talk between neurons and glia : implication of radial glia in water and potassium homeostasis during neuronal activity in physiological and pathological condition.

- Group leader : Hervé DANIEL
Co-director : Micaela GALANTE
Cross-talk between neurons and glia : implication of radial glia in water and potassium homeostasis during neuronal activity in physiological and pathological conditions.

 

- Group leader : Sylvie RÉTAUX
Thesis supervisor : Sylvie RÉTAUX
Precocious embryonic mechanisms underlying morphological evolution of the brain and head in the blind cavefish Astyanax mexicanus.

 

- Group leader : Sylvie GRANON
Thesis supervisor : Sylvie GRANON
Co-director : Alexis FAURE
Role of cholinergic transmission in the prefrontal cortex in social cognition.

 

- Group leader : François ROUYER
Thesis supervisor : François ROUYER
Synchronization of the circadian clock by the visual system in drosophila.

 

 

 

Doctoral School (Structure and Dynamics of Living Systems)  :

- Group leader : François ROUYER
Thesis supervisor : Brigitte GRIMA
Analysis of the deadenylation mechanism that controls timeless mRNA oscillations in the Drosophila circadian clock.

- Group leader : Ronald MELKI
Thesis supervisor : Mehdi KABANI
Yeast prion export via extracellular vesicles : modulation by molecular chaperones and roles in the vertical and horizontal transmission.

 

 


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