Neurodegenerative Disease Institute (Institut des Maladies Neurodégénératives)
The Institute of Neurodegenerative Diseases (IMN) was created on January 1st, 2011. It resulted from the merging of several teams originating mainly from two former CNRS units. It led to the pooling of CNRS, INSERM and University personnel and resources dedicated to mainly studying Movement Disorders and Dementias.
Its establishment is the result of considerable effort, and represents a major step forward in the structuring of the Neuroscience research conducted at this site as part of the “Neurocampus” project.
The IMN includes both preclinical and clinical researchers with a clear goal of:
- developing new therapeutic approaches of neurodegenerative disorders by facilitating the translational research from bench to bedside.
- increasing its scientific visibility and attractiveness in translational (Parkinson, Alzheimer, Obsessive compulsive disorders, Addiction) and fundamental neurosciences (Action planning, Cognition, molecular substrates of synaptic transmission) by building on the potential of its teams and the dynamics set in motion since its creation.
Neurodegenerative Disease Institute
(IMN – Institut des Maladies Neurodégénératives)
CNRS UMR 5293
Université de Bordeaux – Case 28
Centre Broca Nouvelle-Aquitaine – 3ème étage
146 rue Léo Saignat – CS 61292
33076 Bordeaux cedex
Tél. : +33 5 33 51 47 19
Tél. réception du bâtiment: + 33 5 33 51 47 00
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Pathological decision making in addiction
Mnemosyne : mnemonic synergy
Dopamine and neuronal assemblies
Jérôme Baufreton ; François Georges
Pathophysiology of neuron-oligodendrocyte interactions
Neurochemistry, deep brain stimulation and Parkinson’s disease
Physiopathology of parkinsonian syndromes
Dynamics of neuronal and vascular networks underlying memory
Physiology and pathophysiology of executive functions
Thomas Boraud ; Pierre Burbaud
Molecular Mechanisms of Synaptopathies
Neurofunctional imagining group
Administration and research management