Plasticity in cortical networks & epilepsy


June 30, 2020
New book on ‘Neuronal Chloride Transporters in Health and Disease’ edited by Xin Tang (MIT) for Academic Press is finally published! Find out most recent advances and emerging topics in neuronal chloride transporter research!

June 15, 2020
Welcoming our summer interns Yoness Kadiri (Centrale Lyon), Youcef Kadri (Paris University) and Auriane Gerbelot-Barrillon (ENS Paris Saclay) !

April 29, 2020
Welcoming applications for i-Bio funded PhD position together with the Acher Lab @CNRS !! Project combines advanced molecular modelling, virtual screening and biological assays to design and test novel chemical compounds targeting neuronal chloride transport in epilepsy. The candidate should hold a master degree or equivalent at the time of application and have a background in bioinformatics and pharmaceutical chemistry as well as notions of cellular biology and biochemistry. Contact us for details asap, as the deadline for formal i-Bio application is June 5, 2020 !

February 3, 2020
Our new study "Cation‐chloride cotransporters and the polarity of GABA signalling in mouse hippocampal parvalbumin interneurons" is online in the Journal of Physiology and on BiorXiv !

February 2, 2020
Welcoming our new interns Zaha Merlaud, Anne-Lise Paupiah and Lysa Damhani and reseearch engineer Claire Montmasson !

October 4, 2019
Plan to attend the next IFM/NPS annual colloquium The Sleeping Brain on Pierre and Marie Curie campus. Free registration here!

September 25, 2019
Welcoming Estilla Toth from the Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest !

September 25, 2019
Clémence Simonnet defends her PhD thesis "The chloride/potassium cotransporter KCC2 in synaptic plasticity, hippocampal rhythmogenesis and memory" with Lisa Genzel, Peter Blaesse, Pascale Quilichini, Alberto Bacci and Stéphanie Daumas as jury members. The defense will take place at IFM at 2:30 PM and is open to all.

July 2, 2019
Our new study "KCC2 Regulates Neuronal Excitability and Hippocampal Activity via Interaction with Task-3 Channels
" is out in Cell Reports.

Our lab is located in the Institut du Fer à Moulin, a research center affiliated ton INSERM and Sorbonne Université in the heart of the Latin Quarter in Paris.


Institut du Fer a Moulin
Sorbonne Université

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