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
Analyse of sustainibility and reorganisation of Arabian coastal Neolithic socio-ecological systems during the mid-Holocene period (6.2-2.8 Ka BCE) – NeoArabia
NeoArabia is an interdisciplinary and multi-scalar project, dealing with the very long term of the Arabian Neolithic (6200-2800 BC). Focused on environments and the mobility of coastal human communiti
Catalases (CAT) and superoxide dismutases (SOD) are antioxidant metalloenzymes necessary for life in oxygen-metabolizing cells to regulate reactive oxygen species (ROS) levels. CAT and SOD take advant
The purpose of this research is to further our understanding of the extent to which gains from trade can be reaped in financial markets. This investigation requires looking inside the black box of markets’ organization to understand the way they operate and how this way influences the decisions of the various participants and the equilibrium outcome.
Our multidisciplinary project (sociology, history, political science, and law) intends to analyse the problematisation of conflicts of interest in the pharmaceutical sector. The objective is to understand how conflicts of interest have become a social problem and to analyse how the mechanisms used for their regulation result from mobilisations, power relations, and compromises. Our intention is also to understand the effects that these dynamics have on the practices of actors in the sector.
Farm value and farm transfer: perspectives from economics and sociology
The EURASEMPLOI project analyzes the relationship between high economic growth, changes in employment and forms of uncertainty at work that these mutations generate. Grouped around four partner instit
The aim of this project is to contribute to the study of gendered division of economic, domestic, and parental work in Dakar households. It is focused on working married women, working and with a higher education level with the underlying assumption that they are pioneers in different areas. Still, the project is also interested in other categories of women, to better test this hypothesis. Declined in three complementary research axes, it relies on a mixed methodology and a plural research team.
The Capla research program aims at analyzing the social effects of the rise of platforms. Those platforms are considered as new labor market places, where workers are independent, and sometimes amateurs. We seek to analyze work practices, employment statuses, social protection levels, but also the impact on professionals, or the repercussions on the private life of those digital workers.