Parcours : Cellular, Integrative and Translational Neuroscience
The objective of the "Cellular, Integrative and Translational Neurosciences" subprogram is to provide students with quality training enabling them to pursue a PhD in the field of neurosciences. This training is particularly focused on the interface between cellular aspects, the study of neuro-glial networks and the development of integrated models with technological, diagnostic and therapeutic applications in the field of neurological and mental pathologies.
The purpose of this fundamental disciplinary teaching unit is to provide knowledge enabling students to approach later more specialized courses in the fields of immunity, inflammation and infection. Several teaching subunits (JT) are provided. Each is organized during one day around a specific topic. Student choose six subunits related to their research project and / or essential in their specialization area. During the JT, theoretical concepts are presented through mini-conferences by experts in the field. Teaching through flipping classrooms methods are also used with presentations by students of recent research related to the topic of the day.
Elective teaching: 13 teaching subunits (6 choices from 13)
- EC1: In vivo study of gene function and regulation. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC2: Chromatin and epigenetic regulation.
- EC3: Membrane receptors and associated signaling pathways. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC4: Nuclear receptors: structure, mechanisms, pathophysiology and study methods.
- EC5: Intra- and inter-cellular trafficking. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC6: The multiple forms of cell death: pathophysiological implications.
- EC7: Mitochondria and pathophysiology. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC8: Regulation of food intake and energy homeostasis by the central nervous system.
- EC9: Immune responses: dynamics and molecular bases.
- EC10: Human pathophysiology and ion channels.
- EC11: Glycopathology, from rare genetic diseases to acquired diseases linked to sugars.
- EC12: Experimental animal models - phenotypic characterization in metabolic and neurological diseases. Learn more
- EC13: Introduction to clinical research.
The purpose of this disciplinary teaching unit is to provide thorough knowledge in neuroscience and the necessary skills for research in the field of integrative and translational neurosciences.
Elective teaching: 6 teaching subunits
Six teaching subunits of 12 h are provided. Each subunit takes the form of a seminar on a specific topic, including conferences and mini-symposia. The students are actively associated. They have to choose five from these six seminars.
- ST1: Neurodegenerative Diseases: from fundamental mechanisms to clinical applications. Learn more
- ST2: Pharmacology to understand and treat neurological and psychiatric diseases. Learn more
- ST3: The neurovascular unit in cerebrovascular and neurodegenerative diseases. Learn more (update 18/7/22)
- ST4: Cognition in neurological and mental diseasess. Learn more
- ST5: Cerebral plasticity in neurological and mental diseases.
- ST6: Metabolism & reproduction: from development to ageing of neuronal networks. Learn more
This teaching unit aims to provide students with knowledge of recent techniques and equipment used in molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology and physiology which are essential for a research project in biology applied to health, in the area of neuroscience.
Elective teaching: Fifteen teaching subunits (EC) are available. Students choose 8 in connection with the techniques to be implemented in their research project and / or essential in their specialization.
- EC1: Human genetics
- EC2: New applications of high throughput gene sequencing
- EC3: Proteomics and metabolomics strategies: commonalities and specificities. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC4: Inference and interrogation of biological networks. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC5: Editing and modification of gene expression
- EC6: Viral vectors and their applications. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC7: Invertebrate models. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC8: Cell culture systems for organ modeling
- EC9: Microfluidics, Organ-on-a-chip and Mechanobiology
- EC10: Flow cytometry
- EC11: Super-resolution and correlative imaging
- EC12: Single cell electrophysiology: pharmacological applications
- EC13: Preclinical imaging. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC14: Medical imaging. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC15: Making organs transparent
- EC16: Meta-analysis. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC17: Machine learning and artificial intelligence methods. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
- EC18: Drug Discovery and Development: Recent Concepts and Strategies. Learn more (update 9/6/22)
|The purpose of this teaching unit is to implement an experimental approach allowing the design and implementation of a project in the field of precision health. This period of professional experience will take place in one of the research units belonging to the University of Lille or to another institution in France or abroad. The internship will be supervised by a professional supervisor, affiliated with the host research unit. |
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