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NEWS

 
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JULY 2021

Enjoying Thai food at l'Indécis before we all leave the lab for a well deserved summer break !


Aloha ! 🏖🏝⛱🏄‍♂️

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JULY 2021

It is our great pleasure to welcome Christoph Kellendonk from Columbia Univ, NY. Christoph will present his latest results on the role of thalamo-cortical projections in cognition and in schizophrenia.


Always nice to chat about science and life with you!  

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JULY 2021

Killing two birds with one stone: having lunch with the NeuroTech Center and surprising Rod with an impromptu BDay celebration !

Happy Birthday Rod 🎉🎉

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JULY 2021

Davide Reato from Champalimaud Institute, Lisbon visits the NeuroTech Center. Davide will present his work on   the role of cortical state in modulating perceptual decision making.

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JUNE 2021

Pool party at Eduardo's place to celebrate summer solstice!

More to see 👉 here 👈


Cheers 🥂

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JUNE 2021

Benoit Charlot (IES, Montpellier) visits us at the NeuroTech Center.


As always Benoit amazed us with his crazy biotech approaches to explore cell functions!

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DECEMBER 2020

Despite appearances, this is not a Masquerade Ball, but SONIC team's first Xmas party! (COVID-approved)

From Left to right: Max, Cynthia, Natalia, Eduardo, Elodie, Ana, Catherine, and Florence

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NOVEMBER 2020

Champagne !!

We are happy to announce our fusion with Eduardo Gascon's team at the INT!

Eduardo's team mirCOS investigates the neural bases of social cognition using a network-based transcriptomic approach in mice and monkeys.  

The fusion will lead to the creation of a new team entitled Social cogNItion and Connectomics (SoniC) where we will study and manipulate the neural circuits controlling social behaviors.

The synergy of the new team will allow to develop a multidisciplinary approach, using transcriptomics analyses, live cell imaging, virus-based connectomics, optogenetics, and behavioral phenotyping in mice and marmosets.

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JULY 2020

After 5 years in Grenoble, we are officially moving to Marseille! Many thanks to all my collaborators at the GIN for the good moments and great work!

Excited for the future, and to move to the Neurotech Center of La Timone Medical campus. Welcoming postdocs, techs, and students  to study how adult brain circuits rewire during learning or when confronted to environmental changes.

Goodbye snowy mountains, hello turquoise sea !

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JUNE 2020

After many twists and turns during this hectic COVID-19 period, Eve finally defends her thesis (though remotely) entitled “Régulation du transport axonal par l’activité neuronale : Implication pour le développement des réseaux neuronaux” Committee: Dr. Zsolt Lenkei (Paris), Dr. Xavier Nicol (Paris Univ), Dr. Christophe Leterrier (Aix-Marseille Univ), Dr. Annie Andrieux (President, Grenoble Alpes Univ), Pr. Frederic Saudou (Grenoble Alpes Univ), Dr. Maxim Cazorla (Grenoble Alpes Univ/Aix-Marseille Univ).

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DECEMBER 2019

Our project on the molecular mechanisms of neural network remodeling in the adult brain (SARABANDE project) is awarded a National Agency Research Young Investigator grant (ANR-JCJC)

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MAY 2019

We are at the 2019 NeuroFrance Meeting in Marseille

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NOVEMBER 2018

Eve’s paper in Lab Chip is out!! “An integrated microfluidic/microelectrode array for the study of activity-dependent intracellular dynamics in neuronal networks” by Moutaux E, Charlot B, Genoux A, Saudou F, and Cazorla M

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SEPTEMBER 2018

Eve and Max at the FENS Cajal Advanced Neuroscience Training Program in the Bordeaux Neurocampus

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SEPTEMBER 2018

Julien defends his Master at Grenoble INP Phelma. Congrats !

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SEPTEMBER 2018

Eve’s paper in Scientific Reports is out!! “Neuronal network maturation differently affects secretory vesicles and mitochondria transport in axons” by Moutaux E, Christaller, W, Scaramuzzino C, Genoux A, Charlot B, Cazorla M*, and Saudou F*

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JULY 2018

Julie Anne defends her thesis entitled “Identification d’une forme phosphorylée de BDNF: un nouveau mécanisme de régulation de la plasticité synaptique et de la mémoire ?” Committee: Dr. Helene Marie (Nice Univ), Pr. Yves-Alain Barde (Cardiff Univ), Dr. Servane Tauszig-Delamasure (Lyon Univ), Dr. Peter Vanhoutte (Paris-Sorbonne Univ), Pr. Remy Sadoul (President, Grenoble Alpes Univ), Pr. Frederic Saudou (Grenoble Alpes Univ), Dr. Maxim Cazorla (Grenoble Alpes Univ)

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JULY 2018

We are extremely pleased to welcome Prof Yves-Alain Barde from Cardiff University. Yves Alain will present his work on “Neurotrophins in development and diseases of the nervous system” before Julie Anne’s thesis defense

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JUNE 2018

Rachel defends her Master thesis at Grenoble Alpes University. Congrats !

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JANUARY 2018

Amandine’s paper is out in Cell Reports!! “Reconstituting Corticostriatal Network on-a-Chip Reveals the Contribution of the Presynaptic Compartment to Huntington’s Disease” by Virlogeux A, Moutaux E, Christaller W, Genoux A, Bruyère J, Fino E, Charlot B, Cazorla M, Saudou F

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NOVEMBER 2017

Eve and Max talk at the 2017 Neurofluidics meeting on the CEA Minatec Campus in Grenoble to present our latest development in brain-on-a-chip devices and microelectrode arrays

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OCTOBER 2017

Max is presenting our work on “Brain-on-a-chip reconstruction of corticostriatal networks to study Huntington’s disease” at the CoEN Annual meeting (Centre d’Excellence sur les maladies Neurodégénératives) in Montpellier

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SEPTEMBER 2017

Clementine defends her Master at Grenoble INP Phelma. Congrats !

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MAY 2017

We are at the 2017 NeuroFrance Meeting in Bordeaux

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JANUARY 2017

Our ATK program for the development of positive allosteric modulators of TrkB is selected by SATT Conectus Alsace for a 3 year Development of Innovative Projects program !

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SEPTEMBER 2016

Theo defends his Master at Grenoble INP Phelma. Congrats !

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AUGUST 2016

Our collaborators Michel Verheij and Candice Contet from The Scripps Institute release their paper in J Neuroscience: “Systemic Delivery of a Brain-Penetrant TrkB Antagonist Reduces Cocaine Self-Administration and Normalizes TrkB Signaling in the Nucleus Accumbens and Prefrontal Cortex“. Congratulations !

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MAY 2016

Ready to start a SATT Conectus Alsace Prematuration Program with our collaborator Didier Rognan (LIT, Strasbourg) ! The aim of the project is to establish the proof of concept for the development of positive allosteric modulators of TrkB

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MARCH 2016

Eve defends her Master at Grenoble INP Phelma. Congrats !

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FEBRUARY 2016

Dr Pierre Trifilieff (Bordeaux Neurocampus) visits us at the GIN and presents his work on “Dopamine D2 receptor signaling in reward processing: From heteromerization to modulation by membrane lipids” (and enjoys a good weekend of fresh powder!)

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JUNE 2015

Our review in Movement Disorder is out !! “Balancing the basal ganglia circuitry: a possible new role for dopamine D2 receptors in health and disease” by Cazorla M, Kang UJ, Kellendonk C.

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MAY 2015

We are at the 2015 NeuroFrance Meeting in Montpellier

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MAY 2015

Mariya defends her Master at Grenoble Alpes University. Congrats !

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MARCH 2015

Our collaborator Benoit Charlot (IES, Montpellier) visits us and presents his work entitled “Micro and nanotechnologies for life sciences : single molecule combing, microfluidics for neurosciences and infrared stimulation of action potential in neurons”

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JANUARY 2015

Joining the Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience in F. Saudou's Team "Intracellular Dynamics and Neurodegeneration" to study how neuronal activity controls axon remodeling in mature circuits. Specifically, we will explore how vesicular trafficking responds to electrical signals to address essential materials to active axonal branches, using high-resolution fast videomicroscopy in brain-on-a-chip devices.