Motoneurons and synaptic partners (MotoPSyn)

INCIA

Voir la version en français

Our goal is to decipher the impact of the sensory-motor environment on both the global motor physiology and the possible development of motoneuronal pathologies. Using various animal models, including invertebrates, amphibians, rodents and humans that are complementary and offer specific opportunities, our research aims principally at understanding the fundamental processes of motoneuron development and motor functions physiology in a context of permanent interactions between single neurons, neuronal networks and sensory information. Specific projects focusing on various developmental and motor pathologies (ALS, ASS, vestibulopathies) are also conducted.


Selected publications

Team leader
Pascal Branchereau
Université de Bordeaux


Didier Le Ray
CNRS



Team member(s)


Didier Le Ray (Researcher)
Pascal Branchereau (Team Leader)


Chercheurs, Praticiens hospitaliers...

Guy Simonnet (Former Hospital Practitionner - Emeritus)
Romuald Nargeot (University Teacher- Researcher)
Denis Combes (University Teacher- Researcher)
Antonny Czarnecki (Enseignant-chercheur)


Ingénieur(e)s, technicien(ne)s

William Cazenave


Post-doctorant(s)


Doctorant(s)