Multiple sclerosis: when the system gets carried away - France Culture

Two researchers members of NeurATRIS, Catherine Lubetzki and Bernard Zalc, talked about research and therapy progress on multiple sclerosis on Monday, June 17, 2019 on the radio France Culture (in French).


NeurATRIS Webinars 2019 videos are online

The research infrastructures NeurATRIS and EATRIS offered on April 17 and May 6, 2019 two webinars dedicated to biological and technological tools for translational research on neurodegenerative diseases: in vivo preclinical models, jointly organized with the infrastructure Celphedia, and ultra high field MRI and MRS, jointly organized with the infrastructure France Life Imaging.

Watch the videos online:

NeurATRIS @ NeuroFrance 2019

The next NeuroFrance conference will take place at Parc Chanot, in Marseille, on May 22-24, 2019, with the support of NeurATRIS. Meet us on our booth or during the sessions specifically supported by NeurATRIS and co-organized by its members: "Shaping and imaging CNS myelin" on May 22 11AM-1PM and "Development and heterogeneity of primary brain tumors" on May 24 3:30-5:30PM.

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NeurATRIS supports YRLS 2019

The Young Researchers in Life Sciences congress (YRLS) 2019 edition will take place on June 4-6, 2019 at Institut Imagine in Paris, with the support of NeurATRIS. 

Co-organized by several leading research institutes in France, the YRLS conference welcomes each year more than 200 attendees from several countries. Its brings together young scientists from various fields and backgrounds allowing them to present their ongoing work, exchange ideas, learn from experts and build new collaborations. The conference features an interactive program that includes posters, talks and round tables designed for young researchers. The wide variety of represented disciplines and topics allows attendees to deepen their knowledge of their research field while broadening their horizons.

During this edition foccussed on 3 broad themes: "Decode. Innovate. Unravel.", Ali Aït-Ikhlef, NeurATRIS partnership manager, will briefly present the infrastructure and its interest for young researchers.

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