Human Genetics and Cognitive Functions
Academic background During his PhD in robotics (Amiens, Berck), FdC conceived an autonomous robot designed to help disabled people, and especially paraplegics. The robot used omnidirectional vision sensor to SLAM and navigated automatically in […]
My interest lies in the study of structure-function properties of synaptic ligand-gated ion channels, through functional approaches combining electrophysiology, molecular biology, pharmacology and thiol-modifying biochemistry. I am now exploring further this axis with structural […]
My focus is on the basic molecular mechanisms involved in neuronal signaling. Specifically I study the pentameric ligand-gated ion channel (pLGIC) family of receptors and the relationship between their structure and function. My […]
Gabriel Lepousez is a neuroscientist whose research focuses on brain plasticity and circuit mechanisms underlying sensory perception and memory. He studied molecular biology at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, received his doctorate in Neuroscience […]
L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science postdoctoral fellow In vivo two-photon imaging in the mouse prefrontal cortex: (A) GCaMP6f labelled neurons layer II/III (B) Thy1 Line M GFP neurons (C) Blood vessels
This is an example of transplanted human iPSC derived cells.
I was trained as a chemist and did my PhD (Paris) and post-doctoral fellowship (Brighton) in organic synthesis. He then joined the Pasteur Institute as a CNRS researcher to work on nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, […]