A MULTIDISCIPLINARY NEUROSCIENCE CENTER
Head Olivier BERTRAND
Created in January 2011, the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center (CRNL) integrates the multidisciplinary expertise of 370 members (11 teams) for a synergistic approach of brain organization, cognitive functions and mental states, and of related brain disorders.
The neural substrates of brain functions, such as perception and action, attention, memory and learning, sleep and vigilance, emotion and social cognition, are investigated along two entwined strategic directions: from genes and cells to behavior and cognition, and from bench to patient.
Aiming at a comprehensive understanding of these complex brain functions, a multiscale integrated approach is pursued in animal models and humans. Tackling brain dysfunction means deciphering the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms from the molecular/cellular level up to neural network organization and behavior, and translating this knowledge to new diagnostic markers and to innovative therapies.
In 2016, almost all the teams will be located on the NeuroCampus, next to the Neurological, Mother-Child, and Psychiatric Hospitals. On this unique site combining basic research, clinical research, and high-tech platforms, a 6000m2 building will be dedicated to the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center.
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Programme d'Investissement d'Avenir...
Séminaire Imagerie TEP/IRM
La Semaine du Cerveau 2015
25/11/2014 à 12h
Journée d'étude URFIST-CRNL
Regard(s) sur les logiciels biblio...
Symposium Mauro Oddo et Martyn Boutelle
Monitoring cérébral chez...
16/10/2014 à 15h
Thèse Yannick Tholance
Suivi du métabolisme éner...
16/10/2014 à 10h