The Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine organizes an international summer school targeted primarily, but not exclusively, at PhD students and post-docs on the topic of endocrine disruptors. August 25 - 31, 2019 in Paris, France

2019 IBPS Summer School on Endocrine Disruptors

L’accroissement significatif de la masse critique des chercheurs dans le champ de la maladie d’Alzheimer est un défi important pour avancer dans la lutte contre cette maladie.

Allocations Jeunes Chercheurs Fondation Alzheimer et Fondation de France

 Les appels d’offres 2019 de la Fondation de France consacrés à la Recherche médicale, dont certains sont consacrés à la recherche en neurosciences, sont disponibles sur le

Appels d'Offres 2019 de la Fondation de France dédiés aux Neurosciences

La Fondation Alzheimer décernera en 2019 les Prix Joël Ménard, destinés à récompenser des médecins et/ou scientifiques âgés de moins de 40 ans menant des travaux de recherche sur la maladie d’Alzheimer ou les maladies apparentées.

Appel à candidatures: La Fondation Alzheimer décernera en 2019 les Prix Joël Ménard

The World needs Science, Science needs women

Partners: French National Commission for UNESCO, French Academy of Sciences

Fellowships: 35 annual Fellowships, 15 000 € for Doctoral students & 20 000 € for Post-doctoral fellows

Apply to French Fellowships l'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science

We are pleased to announce the opening of applications for the 2019 Paris spring, neuroscience school:  Optical imaging and electrophysiological recording techniques in neuroscience.  The course will run 9th--21st May. Most teaching will occur at the Centre Universitaire des Saint-Pères (Université Paris Descartes) and some demonstrations will

2019 Paris Spring School : Optical imaging and electrophysiological recording techniques in neuroscience

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Events

August 25, 2019 - August 31, 2019
The Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine organizes an international summer school ...
May 2, 2019
L’accroissement significatif de la masse critique des chercheurs dans le champ de la maladie d’...
April 24, 2019 - July 10, 2019
 Les appels d’offres 2019 de la Fondation de France consacrés à la Recherche...
May 15, 2019
La Fondation Alzheimer décernera en 2019 les Prix Joël Ménard, destinés à récompenser des...
April 14, 2019
The World needs Science, Science needs women Partners: French National Commission for...

The École des Neurosciences de Paris Île-de-France (ENP) is a Foundation created in 2007 at the instigation of the French Ministry of Research as a Thematic Network for Advanced Research (RTRA in French).

This scientific foundation aims to promote research and to facilitate its applications.

The ENP network brings together more than 100 neuroscience research teams, located in 21 centers of the Paris region.

The "sleeping" brain remains attentive to its environment

By exposing sleepers to complex sounds, ENP team leader Sid Kouider and coll. from the CNRS and ENS Paris (PSL university), in collaboration with resesearchers from Monash University (Australia), have just demonstrated that our brain can track the sounds in its environment while we sleep, and favor the most relevant ones.

Research Highlight: Vascular Compartmentalization of Functional Hyperemia from the Synapse to the Pia

ENP team leader Serge Charpak and coll. now make a significant contribution towards understanding where in the vasculature blood flow regulation in response to sensory stimulation is generated (Rungta et al., 2018, Neuron).

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT : Microbiome Influences Prenatal and Adult Microglia in a Sex-Specific Manner

ENP team leader Sonia GAREL and coll. using extensive experimental methods for evaluating for instance gene expression level, chromatin accessibility or cellular density now reveal that microglia exhibit sex- and age-dependent modifications in response to the microbiome in mice.