At the beginning of the year, NeuroMarseille launched a call to promote collaboration between people involved in neuroscience research willing to start new innovative and quality projects. Several projects have been submitted by actors of the NeuroMarseille community. After deliberation of the scientific committee, we are pleased to announce the winners of this first edition.
Winners of the “Innovative and Collaborative Research Grants in Neuroscience” call 2020 edition
- Paolo Gubellini (IBDM) and Abdel-Mouttalib Ouagazzal (LNC) for their project: Modulation of striatal NMDA receptor by synaptic zinc: physiological and pathological implications
- Françoise Padilla (LNC) and Fanny Mann (IBDM) for their project: 3D mapping of neuronal network remodeling in chronic arthritic inflammation: impact of sodium channel activity
- Florence Jaouen (INT) and Agnes Baude (INMED) for their project: Molecular transcriptomics: combining synaptic tracing and single-cell RNA sequencing to understand neuronal diversity
- Clément Menuet (INMED) and Jean-Charles Viemari (INT) for their project: Does oxytocin promote beneficial enhancement of cardiorespiratory coupling?
- Eric Castet (LPC) and Christophe Lopez (LNSC) for their project: Vestibular contribution to visuo-spatial attention in a virtual reality environment
- Marieke Longcamp (LNC) and Olivier Coulon & Guillaume Auzias (INT) for their project: Early cerebral constraints on writing skills in middle childhood
- Benjamin Morillon & Olivier Blin (INS) and Jennifer Coull (LNC) for their project: Dopamine network in auditory temporal attention: a double-blind random pharmacological trial with healthy volunteers