Hospital and structures

The Albert Chenevier - Henri Mondor University hospital is a set of more than 1,300 beds and more than 120 day hospital places covering the majority of short stay medical and surgical disciplines. For its size, it is the second hospital of the Assistance Publique after the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital.

For the treatment of nervous system diseases, Albert Chenevier - Henri Mondor Hospital provides:

- An acute Neurology Dept

- A Cognitive Neurology Unit

- A Neurosurgery Dept

- A service of neurological follow-up care

- A functional rehabilitation Dept

- A psychiatry Dept

- A technical platform including neurophysiological explorations, two MRI (3T, 1.5T), PET and SPECT, and a platform for motion analysis.

- a Clinical Research Unit

- A Clinical Investigation Centre (CIC)

Several "over-specialties" are particularly shown with:

- The Reference National Centre for Huntington's disease (Pr Bachoud Levi) following more than 600 patients

- The Parkinson Expert Centre (Pr Remy) with a cohort of over 1000 patients

Research and Neurodegenerative Diseases

At Henri Mondor university hospital, clinical research in the field of neurodegenerative diseases started in 1990 with graft projects in Parkinson's disease. Since then, biotherapies remained at the heart of the specificity of neuroscientific research at Henri Mondor university hospital with world-class cell and gene therapy studies in Parkinson's and Huntington's diseases. These highly innovative projects benefit from the expertise of the Functional Neurosurgery team (Pr Palfi) and from collaborations established for more than 25 years with CEA teams (Service Hospitalier Frédéric Joliot and MIRCEN). In the field of neurodegenerative diseases, our teams have published 60 papers over the last 5 years.

The center is integrated into the ns-park national network (Neuroscciences Parkinson which coordinates multi-centric therapeutic research projects at national level and whose correspondent for the Henri Mondor university hospital is Professor Philippe Remy.

Several Inserm research teams, grouped in the IMRB ( are working on   neurological and psychiatric diseases.


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