Memory interaction networks, drugs and stress (MINDS)

INCIA

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Our research is interested in the impact of positive or negative emotions on memory processes and associated neuronal networks. Emotions/memory interactions are studied in normal conditions, but also in chronic pathological states such as stress, alcoholism, aging or during neurodegenerative diseases (Alzheimer). Once the substrates of either beneficial or pathogenic effects of emotions will be better understood, we aim at restoring or improving altered cognitive processes.


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Team leader

Team member(s)



Personnel(s) de recherche

Jacques Micheau (University Teacher- Researcher)
Jean-Louis Guillou (University Teacher- Researcher)
Marc Corio (University Teacher- Researcher)
Nicole Mons (Researcher)


Personnel(s) technique

Nadia Henkous


Post-doctorant(s)


Doctorant(s)

Kyrian Nicolay-Kritter
Léa Tochon