Agenda & Actualités






Soutenance
07/12/2018 14h00
Vernon Garcia-Rivas from Deroche's lab will defend his PhD thesis entitled "Psychobiological correlates of individual variations in the control of nicotine seeking by nicotine and nicotine-associated cues".

from Deroche's lab will defend his PhD thesis entitled "Psychobiological correlates of individual variations in the control of nicotine seeking by nicotine and nicotine-associated cues".
Date de la soutenance: 07/12/2018 - 14h00
Lieu: Neurocentre Magendie Seminar room


Soutenance
06/12/2018 14h00
Marie LODS Rôle de la neurogenèse hippocampique adulte dans la stabilisation à long terme de la mémoire spatiale

Rôle de la neurogenèse hippocampique adulte dans la stabilisation à long terme de la mémoire spatiale
Date de la soutenance: 06/12/2018 - 14h00
Lieu: Neurocentre Magendie Seminar room


Séminaire
05/12/2018 10h00
Vladimir Ivosev, invited by Anna Beyeler
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Lieu: Neurocentre Magendie Seminar room

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Soutenance
30/11/2018 13h30
Laurie ROBIN - Rôles du récepteur astroglial des cannabinoïdes de type 1 (CB1) dans la mémoire et la plasticité synaptique Le système endocannabinoïde est un modulateur important des fonctions physiologiques ; il est composé de récepteurs cannabinoïdes, de leurs ligands lipidiques endogènes (les endocannabinoïdes) et de la machine enzymatique de synthèse et dégradation endocannabinoïdes ; Les récepteurs cannabinoïdes de type 1 (CB1) sont exprimés dans différents types de cellules du cerveau et participent aux processus mémoire.

- Rôles du récepteur astroglial des cannabinoïdes de type 1 (CB1) dans la mémoire et la plasticité synaptique Le système endocannabinoïde est un modulateur important des fonctions physiologiques ; il est composé de récepteurs cannabinoïdes, de leurs ligands lipidiques endogènes (les endocannabinoïdes) et de la machine enzymatique de synthèse et dégradation endocannabinoïdes ; Les récepteurs cannabinoïdes de type 1 (CB1) sont exprimés dans différents types de cellules du cerveau et participent aux processus mémoire.
Date de la soutenance: 30/11/2018 - 13h30
Lieu: module 2.1 (au dessus du RU)

Pour plus de détails: http://www.bordeaux-neurocampus.fr/fr/formation-doctorale/archives-des-theses/theses-2018/laurie-robin.html


Hottopic
28/11/2018 10h00
Mehdi BHOURI from Montcouquiol-Sans's lab will give a presentation entitled 'Role of the planar cell polarity protein Vangl2 in hippocampal circuits involved in memory.'

Hottopic
28/11/2018 10h30
Marco MATOS from Oliet's lab will give a presentation entitled "Apolipoprotein E -ε4 in the development of synaptic impairment in Alzheimer's disease."

Séminaire
27/11/2018 11h00
Abel Eraso Pichot (Autonomous University of Barcelona)

Lieu: Neurocentre Magendie Seminar room

- Adaptive regulation of calcium excitability and energy metabolism by CREB-dependent transcription in astrocytes: study of the mechanisms governing astrocyte plasticity

An increasing body of evidence suggests that astrocytes participate in higher-brain functions, controlling from synaptic transmission to global brain waves and learning and memory processes. Different mechanisms have been proposed to mediate these astrocyte-dependent processes, astrocytic lactate release and calcium-dependent gliotransmission being the main known effectors. The existence of control of brain functions by astrocytes suggests that astrocytes may shape brain functions in response to experience as much as neurons, thus constituting the phenomenon of astrocyte plasticity. In neurons, the transcription factor CREB is the best known coordinator of synaptic and intrinsic plasticity. The fact that, in astrocytes, CREB activation is also activity-dependent, positions CREB as an ideal target to promote plasticity-related changes in astrocytes, too. In this study, we have analyzed the effect of the activation of CREB-dependent transcription in astrocytes, specifically regarding calcium signals and metabolism. We have demonstrated that activation of CREB-dependent transcription reduces cytosolic calcium events via mitochondria and increases lactate release, which may have impact on synaptic transmission. An important contribution of the study is the molecular analysis of astrocytic mitochondria, which has revealed that astrocytes may use fuels other than glucose such as fatty acids to meet basic energy metabolic demands. Taken together, our results establish astrocytic CREB as a hub in astrocyte-plasticity and shed light on the interplay between plasticity and energy metabolism in astrocytes.




Soutenance
26/11/2018 14h00
Thomas KERLOCH Étude du développement des neurones granulaires du gyrus denté: morphogenèse et régulation par Rnd2.

Étude du développement des neurones granulaires du gyrus denté: morphogenèse et régulation par Rnd2.

Date de la soutenance: 26/11/2018 - 14h00
Lieu: Neurocentre Magendie Seminar room


Soutenance
22/11/2018 14h30
Arjun A-BHASKARAN Mécanismes cellulaire et circuiterie des dysfonctions néocorticales dans le syndrome du X fragile

Mécanismes cellulaire et circuiterie des dysfonctions néocorticales dans le syndrome du X fragile
Date de la soutenance: 22/11/2018 - 14h30
Lieu: Magendie Salle de conference


Info générale
20/11/2018
Remise de médaille

Aude PANATIER reçoit sa médaille de bronze des mains de Nathalie Leresche (Chargée de mission pour les Neurosciences, Institut des Sciences Biologiques du CNRS (INSB)) et Younis Hermès (Délégué Régional CNRS Aquitaine). Plus d'informations ici : http://www.cnrs.fr/fr/personne/aude-panatier
Revoir la vidéo consacrée à Aude https://youtu.be/D9BfK673oUE