March 27, 2023. Towards a better understanding of the role of male hormones in women with multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease for which there is as yet no cure, affects three women for every one man. Faced with this observation, the research group led by Elisabeth Traiffort within unit U1195 is interested in the role of sex hormones to better understand the differences between men and women in the face of the disease as well as its progression. He has just shown that even if the male hormones – androgens – are present at very low levels in women, their presence is necessary to regenerate the myelin sheath which is destroyed in multiple sclerosis. These results are published in the journal Nature Communications.
20 Mars 2023. Thesis defense – Neïké Fernandez
Role of endogenous steroids in cerebroprotection at the acute phase after transient cerebral ischemia.
Direction. Rachida Guenoun
9 Mars 2023. Soutenance de Thèse – Marie-José Boueid
La voie de l’AMPc dans le comportement de cellules de Schwann et la myélinisation périphérique
Direction. Cindy Degerny, Marcel Tawk
8 Mars 2023. Remise de la grand-croix de la légion d’honneur au Professeur Étienne-Émile Baulieu.
Il s’agit de la plus haute distinction dans l’ordre de la légion d’honneur. Elle est détetenue par seulement 67 autres personnes.
March 9 2021. Charcot-Marie Tooth disease: a 100% French therapeutic innovation based on RNA
Charcot-Marie Tooth disease is a disease that causes progressive paralysis of the legs and hands. No treatment is currently available. After more than ten years of research, Lilianne Massade’s team has developed a therapy, based on RNA, allowing mouse models of this disease to regain all their mobility. (Know more)