Early detection and prevention of cardiac dysfunction and heart failure induced by cancer chemotherapeutics – Cardio-oncology
Cardiac dysfunction leading to heart failure can result from anticancer drug-induced cardiotoxicity. It is the second cause of morbidity and mortality among cancer survivors, a group that is growing
Development of atmospheric plasma Enhanced SPatial ATomiC layer deposition (SALD) for application to silicon Heterojunction solar cells – DESPATCH
a new deposition technology to make silicon heterojunction solar cells cheaper and more efficient.
Crowded gatherings in public spaces are common in Europe, whether they are festive events (festival of lights in Lyon, Hafengeburstag in Hamburg, European football cup, etc.), or demonstrations ( political, trade-union, etc.). S2UCRE's goal is to help make them safer.
Cyanobacteria are potential biotechnological platforms for production of clean renewable biofuels. Photoprotective mechanisms generally negatively impact the solar-to-biofuel energy conversion. Thus, understanding and engineering photoprotection mechanisms to allow an optimal biofuel production was our objective.
Does more freedom of choice improve well-being?
MEMORY RECONSOLIDATION AND ADULT NEUROGENESIS: ARE HIPPOCAMPAL NEWBORN NEURONS NEW PLAYERS IN MEMORY STABILIZATION? – ReconsoNeuro
How does the continuous addition of neurons in the adult hippocampus contribute to the stabilization of long-term memory? Can we target specific populations of neurons according to their age to stimulate or impair memory?
From Automatic to Conscious Timing in the brain: a core cognitive deficit in schizophrenia? – AutoTime
We cannot escape order, in the same way as we cannot escape time. Information occurs one after another inexorably. Yet is information ordered even when it is subjectively perceived as being simultaneous?
To progress in the understanding of the mechanisms of dystonia, we study animal models of this disease and we explore physiological alterations in dystonic patients. We are investigating how the functional interactions between the striatum and cerebellum are involved in the development of symptoms.
The 3D3M project is an interdisciplinary project (modeling, neuroimaging and psychophysical measurements in humans and in macaques) which validated the hypothesis according to which spatial regularities (and in particular 3D regularities) within the visual environment influence brain processing and perception in human and non-human primates.
Reproduction is an essential feature of living organisms and is largely modulated in vertebrates by hypothalamic neuropeptide oxytocin (OT) and its homologs. In mammals, reproductive function is realized by complex socio-sexual (SS) behaviors, which can be modulated by OT. However, precise OT circuits underlying OT effects are far from clear.