le lundi 27 mai 2019


Early-life environmental factors regulating the serotonergic system


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le lundi 20 mai 2019


Impaired attentional modulation of sensorimotor control and cortical excitability in schizophrenia


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le vendredi 17 mai 2019


Album Photo de l'IPNP / The IPNP's photo album


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le lundi 02 septembre 2019


A new interdisciplinary Master’s Degree starts in September 2019


The master’s program will provide students with a broad knowledge in the field of neuroscience ranging from molecular and cellular to integrative neuroscience.•High-skilled researchers, clinicians and experts in the vast and ever-growing field of neuroscience coming from universities, research institutes, hospitals, and industries•Experimental skills using cutting-edge techniques (ten-month internship in Paris or abroad)•Skills in project management, experimental design, data analysis, and...

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le lundi 06 mai 2019


Routing Hippocampal Information Flow through Parvalbumin Interneuron Plasticity in Area CA2


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le vendredi 31 mai 2019


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Les chercheurs de l'IPNP ont besoin de vos dons pour développer et mettre en place les projets de recherche   Les équipes à soutenir Télécharger et compléter le bulletin de soutien ci-dessous, joindre votre chèque libellé à l'ordre de « INSERM » et envoyer le tout à l’adresse suivante :Institut de Psychiatrie et Neurosciences de Paris / UMR_S1266 INSERMUniversité Paris DescartesSecrétariat Général102-108 rue de la Santé75014 Paris, France A réception de votre don, nous...

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le mardi 30 avril 2019


Individual recovery profiles of manual dexterity, and relation to corticospinal lesion load and excitability after stroke —a longitudinal pilot study


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le jeudi 11 avril 2019


Neuronal activity in vivo enhances functional myelin repair


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lundi 10 juin 2019

The Michael J. Fox Foundation : Imaging Biomarkers to Track Disease Progression and Therapeutic Efficacy



The Michael J. Fox Foundation will award one- to three-year grants to develop imaging markers for use in disease-modifying clinical trials
Applications must focus on developing robust and precise imaging markers.

• Priority targets for this program are alpha-synuclein and neuroinflammation, but applications may focus on other promising therapeutic targets.
• Imaging modalities can include PET, SPECT and MRI.
• Projects should aim to develop novel imaging biomarkers as opposed to prospectively collecting data using existing technologies. Prospective data collection is appropriate only if a novel imaging technique or tracer is being tested. Novel data analysis techniques may be proposed but should utilize existing data sets.
• Examples of projects that are appropriate for this program include development of novel PET or SPECT tracers, early validation of new tracers, and development and validation of novel MRI techniques.

Deadlines :
Pre-Proposals Due: April 19, 2019, 5 p.m. ET
Full Proposal Invitations: Week of June 10, 2019
Full Proposals Due (by invite only): July 19, 2019, 5 p.m. ET
Anticipated Award Announcement: September 2019
Anticipated Funding: October 2019

More information : https://www.michaeljfox.org/research/grant-detail.php?id=41

samedi 01 juin 2019

European Brain Research Area consortium (EBRA): Call for clusters



The EBRA consortium is launching a Call for Clusters to promote co-operation and exchange between brain research projects and networks, and thus enable or enhance international collaboration and the emergence of development of clusters in all areas of brain research.

A cluster is understood as an association of research projects that can be directed towards basic research, clinical research and/or methodological approaches under a common topic, and disease and/or thematic area.

The individual members of a cluster application should be complementary.

The cluster formation should lead to a step-wise change in the landscape of that research area and should demonstrate a clear added-value in the collaboration/cooperation over individual projects including, but not limited to, sharing of resources (models, databases, diagnostics etc.), harmonisation of data, sharing of specific know-how and/or innovative technologies, etc.

The EBRA call for cluster is an open call until 1 January 2021.

Deadlines

1 June 2019
1 January 2020
1 June 2020
1 January 2021

More information: https://www.ebra.eu/Call4Clusters/

dimanche 21 juillet 2019

Multiple Sclerosis International Federation «McDonald Fellowship»



The McDonald Fellowship enables young researchers from emerging countries to work in a research institution outside of their own country.

The fellowship consists of a two-year grant, around £30,000 GBP per year, to cover travel and living costs, and an additional contribution of £2,000 GBP per year to the host institution.

Deadline: 21July 2019

More information: https://www.msif.org/research/awards-grants-and-fellowships/mcdonald-fellowships/

All candidates must:

Be under 35 at the time of application
Be educated to post graduate level in an area relevant to multiple sclerosis (MS)
Be citizens of a low- or middle-income country (all countries with a low, lower middle or upper middle income as defined by the World Bank)
Focus their research in an area relevant to MS
Candidates must also be in one of the following situations:

Working or studying in a low- or middle-income country (all countries with a low, lower middle or upper middle income as defined by the World Bank) at the time of nomination
Working or studying in another country on a project which started within the six months prior to nomination
Studying in another country on a project supported by an MS International Federation grant
Candidates are expected to return to their own countries at the end of the study period where they will contribute to advancing care and research in MS.

The fellowship may also be used as a supplement for work related to MS by a candidate who has been accepted for training in a recognised institute (within the six months prior to nomination) but who doesn’t have enough money to cover the total cost.

vendredi 31 mai 2019

Bourses mobilité de l'Institut Servier : appel à candidatures 2019



Elle cible doctorants et post-doctorants Français et étrangers et constitue une aide à la mobilité entrante et sortante pour une année de recherche:

-Aux futurs doctorants et aux post-doc (médecine, pharmacie) d’avoir une formation complémentaire au sein d’un contexte hospitalo-universitaire dans un pays différent du leur.

-A des chercheurs (recherche fondamentale, recherche appliquée) de compléter leur travail de recherche à l’Etranger (pour les français) et en France (pour les étrangers) en particulier dans les axes de recherche et de thérapeutique suivants : les maladies cardiovasculaires, les maladies neuropsychiatriques, les maladies immuno-inflammatoires, le diabète, et les cancers. Les projets sur un médicament ou sur une molécule en développement sont exclus.

Dates limites de dépôt des demandes :
- 31 mai 2019 (1ère session – réponse au candidat entre octobre et décembre)
- 31 octobre 2019 (2ème session – réponse au candidat entre avril et juin)

+ d'infos: https://institut-servier.com/fr/demande-de-bourse-et-eligibilite

dimanche 21 juillet 2019

Multiple Sclerosis International Federation «McDonald Fellowship»


The McDonald Fellowship enables young researchers from emerging countries to work in a research institution outside of their own country.

The fellowship consists of a two-year grant, around £30,000 GBP per year, to cover travel and living costs, and an additional contribution of £2,000 GBP per year to the host institution.

Deadline: 21July 2019

More information: https://www.msif.org/research/awards-grants-and-fellowships/mcdonald-fellowships/

All candidates must:

Be under 35 at the time of application
Be educated to post graduate level in an area relevant to multiple sclerosis (MS)
Be citizens of a low- or middle-income country (all countries with a low, lower middle or upper middle income as defined by the World Bank)
Focus their research in an area relevant to MS
Candidates must also be in one of the following situations:

Working or studying in a low- or middle-income country (all countries with a low, lower middle or upper middle income as defined by the World Bank) at the time of nomination
Working or studying in another country on a project which started within the six months prior to nomination
Studying in another country on a project supported by an MS International Federation grant
Candidates are expected to return to their own countries at the end of the study period where they will contribute to advancing care and research in MS.

The fellowship may also be used as a supplement for work related to MS by a candidate who has been accepted for training in a recognised institute (within the six months prior to nomination) but who doesn’t have enough money to cover the total cost.