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Thesis Projects in 2019

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

 


- Team leader : Jean-René MARTIN
Thesis supervisor : Jean-René MARTIN
Characterization of a new Crisp/Cas9 mutant of the snoRNA (jouvence) implicated in longevity and neuro-degeneration in Drosophila.

 

- Team leader : Tihana JOVANIC
Thesis supervisor : Tihana JOVANIC
Neural Circuits of Decisions and Sequences.

 

- Team leader : Sylvie GRANON
Thesis supervisor : Sylvie GRANON
Co-director : Roseline POIRIER
Objective and subjective decisions : why do we deal so badly with our environment ?

 

- Team leader : Cyrille VAILLEND
Thesis supervisor : Jean-Vianney BARNIER
Co-director : Sandrine GUYON
From Genotype to Phenotype : Multiscale Analysis of PAK3 Mutations responsible for Intellectual Disability.

 

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

 

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

 


 

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

 

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

 

- Team 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.

 

- Team 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.

 

 

 

Doctoral School (Structure and Dynamics of Living Systems)

 

 


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