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Laureates of the Doctoral Research Award Day

8 PhD students presented their doctoral research on Friday 17 June, during the second edition of the Bordeaux Neurocampus Doctoral Research Award Day.

From left to right: Zoé Grivet, Catherine Marneffe, Agata Nowacka, Noémie Depret, Jérôme Baufreton

Congratulations to the 4 laureates:

– Noemie Depret (Casden Prize) – Magendie
– Zoé Grivet – IMN
– Catherine Marneffe – IINS
– Agata Nowacka – IINS

The second edition of this Day was really appreciated by the participants, the public and the jury. Congratulations to the 8 students, who all give a very good talk!

We thank the members of the jury (Jérôme Baufreton, Anna Brachet, Françoise Coussen, François Georges, Jean-Louis Guillou, Aude Panatier, Monique Vallée, Daniel Voisin and Laure Zago).

Participants

Cecilia CASTELLI – IINS
Thesis supervisor: Frédéric Lanore
Title: Study of synaptic plasticity mechanisms underlying memory consolidation in the hippocampo-neocortical network

Noémie DEPRET – Neurocentre Magendie
Thesis supervisor: Nathalie Sans
Title: Morphofunctional role of Vangl2 in the DG-CA3 circuit during postnatal development and aging

Zoé GRIVET – IMN
Thesis supervisor: Pascal Fossat
Title: Involvement of serotonergic descending pathways on pain in a mouse model of Parkinsonism

Lise GUILHEMSANG – IMN
Thesis supervisor: Thomas Boraud
Title: Contribution of arkypallidal globus pallidus neurons to levodopa-induced dyskinesias

Agata IDZIAK – IINS
Thesis supervisor: Valentin Nagërl
Title: Investigating the structure and function of brain extracellular space using super-resolution microscopy

Catherine MARNEFFE – IINS
Thesis supervisor: Christophe Mulle
Title: Role of presynaptic plasticity at mossy fiber-CA3 synapses: consequences of Syt7 abrogation in DG cells on CA3 circuits and memory encoding

Sarah MORCEAU – INCIA
Thesis supervisor: Mathieu Wolff
Title: Exploit or Explore? Neural circuits of learning in an uncertain environment

Agata NOWACKA – IINS
Thesis supervisor: Daniel Choquet
Title: The role of AMPA receptor surface mobility in short-term synaptic plasticity


With the support of

Bordeaux Neurocampus Graduate Program and Casden Banque Populaire

    

27/06/22