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Symposium - 2015 Bordeaux International Workshop/Seminars on University-Industry Interaction in NeuroscienceSensibiliser les scientifiques au monde non-académique.

Abstract :

Our main goal is to sensitize  our researchers and  local Master and PhD students to the non-academic world. We invite world-class speakers highly active in the field, both from academia and industry, to jointly share knowledge and open up discussions on the interaction between industry and universities.

Each talk will last for 40-45 minutes, followed by questions from the audience. Sessions will be spread over 2 half days with lunch/discussion between students and speakers.

If you are a master or PhD student in Neuroscience, curious of what the industrial world could offer, just sign in!
The workshop is free of charge. First come first serve (limited number of attendees).

Please contact Agnes Nadjar at for registration

Program at a glance

9h-10h: Christophe Drieu La Rochelle
Head of Non Clinical Pharmacology Department, Biotrial (Rennes, France).

10h-11h: "Roche Vision of the Future of Industrial Research in Neuroscience and Future Jobs" by Dr Céline Bouquet.
Head, Institut Roche de Recherche et Médecine Translationnelle, Global Academic Alliances, Pharma Research & Early Development (Basel, Switzerland).

11h-12h: "Blood-Based Biomarker Profiles in Neuropsychiatry" by Dr Christophe Gerald
President and CEO, Transcription Diagnostics, Inc. (Boston, MA USA).

12h-14h: buffet/discussion with speakers

14-15h: "The novel strategic innovation model in pharmaceutical research : causes, solutions and consequences " by Olivier Bergis
Leader of the Imaging and Animal Models group - Translational Science Unit, SANOFI (France).

15-16h: "Robustness and generalizability in preclinical R&D – topline of the challenges" by Thomas Steckler
Janssen Research & Development, (Beerse, Belgium)

16-17h: "A journey in the Industry" by Erwan Bezard
DR INSERM; Directeur de l'Institut des Maladies Neurodégénératives; CEO Motac France (Bordeaux, France).

Agnes Nadjar /