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Clinical session #2: retrospective

The clinical session on the theme "Parkinson's disease, between fundamental and clinical research", allowed our two guests Stephan GRIMALDI and Sonia DI BISCEGLIE CABALLERO to propose two very enriching presentations, which did not fail to arouse the interest of the public.

Estimated reading time : 2 min

A successful meeting

On February 10, 2022, online on zoom, about fifty researchers and clinicians came to listen to Stephan and Sonia during the session. Stephan presented the results of his studies on the “Diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s disease” and Sonia presented his work within the framework of his doctoral project: “Contribution of external neurons of the globus pallidus (GPe) in Parkinson’s disease”.

The event was a success for this one and a half hour session, and the participants did not hesitate to question our speakers. The objective of bringing together practitioners and researchers has been achieved for NeuroMarseille, and the next clinical session is now awaited with great enthusiasm.

Watch the video replay of our speakers!

Speakers of the clinical session

    An overview of diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s Disease by Stephan GRIMALDI

    Stephan Grimaldi est neurologue dans le service de neurologie et pathologie du mouvement dirigé par le Pr Azulay au CHU La Timone à Marseille. Il a effectué l'ensemble de ses études à l'université d'Aix-Marseille. En parallèle de ses activités cliniques et d’enseignement, il travaille en collaboration avec le CEMEREM (Centre d'Exploration MEtabolique par REsonance Magnétique, UMR 7339) sur l'exploration des syndromes parkinsoniens en IRM cérébrale à très haut champ (7T) actuellement dans le cadre d’une thèse de sciences sous la direction du Pr Guye et du Pr Eusebio.

      Contribution of external globus pallidus (GPe) neurons to Parkinson’s disease by Sonia DI BISCEGLIE CABALLERO

      I have obtained my bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and a master’s degree in neurosciences at the Université Grenoble Alpes. Currently I am in my 3rd year of doctoral studies and I am working on the effects of optogenetic manipulations of the external globus pallidus (GPe) neurons on the motor deficits in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease in the Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives (LNC) in Marseille, under the supervision of Abdel-Mouttalib Ougazzal.

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