Pathophysiology of parkinsonian syndromes


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The team has authored or co-authored over 200 professional publications in the field of neurobiology, most of which are on Parkinson’s disease and related disorders, since 2014 only, placing it at the forefront of international translational research in neurology. The team is known for his work on the compensatory mechanisms that mask the progression Parkinson’s disease, on the pathophysiology of levodopa-induced dyskinesia, on the intimate mechanisms of cell death in Parkinson’s disease, on the modelling of disease progression and for the development of new strategies to alleviate symptoms and/or to slow disease progression. Even more important is the translational nature of the work, from bench to bedside, in close proximity with IMNc.

Selected publications

Team leader

Team member(s)

Erwan Bezard (Team leader)

Chercheurs, Praticiens hospitaliers...

Alexandra Foubert-Samier (Hospital practitioner)
Benjamin Dehay (Researcher)
Brice Laurens (Parkinson expert - Hospital practitioner)
Céline Véga-Roiatti (University Teacher - Researcher)
Florent Laferriere (Researcher)
François Tison (PU-PH)
Marie-Laure Martin-Négrier (University Teacher - Researcher - Hospital practitioner)
Sandrine Dupouy (Clinical Research Assistant)
Sandrine Villars (Clinical Research Assistant)
Vincent Planche (MD, PhD)
Wassilios Meissner (Researcher)
François Bourre (Researcher)
Francesca De Giorgi (Researcher)
François Ichas (Researcher)

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