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Alzheimer : identification of aggregates of potential target proteins

The propagation of tau assemblies in the brain contributes to the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers from NeurATRIS, at the Neurodegenerative Diseases Laboratory: mechanisms, therapies, imaging (CNRS/CEA/Université Paris-Sud, MIRCen), working in collaboration with the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Sorbonne University and Inserm, have just identified the targets of these assemblies. Published in the EMBO Journal on January 10, 2019, this work will enable the development of tools capable of blocking these key elements of aggregate propagation and thus combating their pathological effect.

Read the complete press release on the CEA website.

Webinar video on CEST-MRI available for viewing

EATRIS and NEURATRIS have joined forces in organizing a series of webinars on Neuroimaging in November 2018, covering the usage of CEST-MRI, optical and PET imaging in neurodegenerative diseases and their potential application in translational medicine. 

The sessions are recorded and made available for those that want to view or share the webinar with colleagues. 

We are pleased  to inform you that the NeurATRIS- EATRIS Webinar on CEST-MRI in neurodegenerative diseases, delivered by Julien Flament, is now available for viewing on Youtube and via EATRIS Transmedacademy website.

 

EATRIS and the importance of having strong research infrastructures

EATRIS-ERIC got a nice feature today in Health Europa, UK-based publication covering EU health policy. Read it here !

Translational Neuroscience 2019

After a successful first edition (https://translational-neuroscience.b2match.io/), NeurATRIS and Medicen Paris Région are very happy to invite you to join the second edition of “Translational neuroscience: challenges and opportunities”, on January 25, 2019, in Paris.

Gathering experts in neurodegenerative diseases, this event will foster interactions between researchers, clinicians, biotech and pharmaceutical companies.

You will be able to:

  • Meet researchers and clinicians with cutting edge expertise in translational research in neurodegenerative diseases
  • Hear KOLs from academia and industry in a round table session onBiocollections and clinical data accessibility and sharing
  • Share your assets and needs in a flash during a pitch session
  • Build R&D collaborative projects during a matchmaking session

Online registration is free and mandatory before January 15: https://translational-neuroscience-2019.b2match.io/  

We are looking forward to seeing you there !