Doctoral Research Award Day 2023

For this 3rd edition, 8 PhD students will be presenting their doctoral research on Tuesday 20 June.
You are all welcome to come and support them.

Registration before June 13th.

Venue: Centre Broca

9:00 Welcome coffee
9:30 Welcoming speech by Jérôme Baufreton & Agnès Nadjar

9:35 Stéphane Léon (Neurocentre Magendie)
Thesis supervisor: Carmelo Quarta
Single cell lineage tracing of POMC neurons in obesity reveals ‘Ghost’ subtypes with dynamic identity switching

10:10 Daniel Hunter (IINS)
Thesis supervisor: Laurent Groc
Characterisation of hippocampal pathology in two models of autoimmune encephalitis: from synapse to circuit

10:45 Paula Gomez Sotres (Neurocentre Magendie)
Thesis supervisor: Giovanni Marsicano
The role of astroglial cells in the social transmission of stress

11:20 Morgane Darricau (IMN)
Thesis supervisor: Vincent Planche
Pathophysiology of tauopathies and modeling in non-human primates

11:50 Yoni Couderc (Neurocentre Magendie)
Thesis supervisor: Anna Beyeler
Dopaminergic modulation and electrophysiological signature of anterior insular cortex neurons in anxiety-like behaviors

12:30-14:00 : Lunch break

14:05 Clara Besserer (IMN)
Thesis supervisor: Nicolas Mallet
Contribution of dopaminergic neurons to goal-directed movements in a reach and grasp task

14:40 Anaelle Braine (IMN)
Thesis supervisor: François Georges
Anatomical and functional characterization of amygdala-striatal circuits

15:15 Alice Fermigier (NutriNeuro)
Thesis supervisor: Guillaume Ferreira
Effect of high-fat diet consumption during adolescence on hippocampal CA2-dependent social memory and olfactory function

16:30 Award ceremony & wine and cheese

Registration before June 13th


With the support of

Bordeaux Neurocampus Graduate Program and Casden Banque Populaire

Publication: 31/05/23
Mise à jour: 20/06/23