Category Archives: Institutional and special event

En temps de pandémie, la recherche fait partie de la réponse

Depuis les tous premiers cas de Covid-19 sur le sol français, la recherche française se mobilise pour comprendre le virus et tenter d’en limiter sa propagation.

COVID-19: Tackling the Epidemic in 20 Research Projects

At a time when the Sars-CoV-2 epidemic is continuing to spread, France’s Alliance for Life Sciences and Health (Aviesan) is mobilizing to accelerate research into the virus and COVID-19 disease through REACTing – a consortium coordinated by Inserm. The Scientific Advisory Board of REACTing has selected 20 scientific initiatives covering diverse fields, from mathematical modelling to disease prevention and treatment.

Inauguration de l’Institut de l’Audition

L’Institut de l’Audition, Centre de l’Institut Pasteur, est un centre de recherche fondamentale et translationnelle, interdisciplinaire dont l’objectif est de promouvoir une approche intégrative des neurosciences de l’audition et de développer des méthodes innovantes de diagnostic et de traitement, préventif et curatif, des atteintes auditives.

L’Anses et l’Inserm signent un partenariat de coopération scientifique

Gilles Bloch, Président-directeur général de l’Inserm, et, Roger Genet, Directeur général de l’Anses, signent ce jour une convention-cadre de partenariat et formalisent ainsi une collaboration engagée de longue date sur des sujets de santé publique majeurs tels que les perturbateurs endocriniens, les nanomatériaux, la pollution de l’air, les pesticides ou encore les agents infectieux.

Developpemental Coordination Disorder, or Dyspraxia, a New Collective Expert Review by Inserm

Inserm has published a new Collective Expert Review, this time looking at developmental coordination disorder (DCD) – otherwise known as dyspraxia.

20 YEARS OF INSERM PRIZES: Honoring science for health

This year marks the 20th annual Inserm Prize ceremony, to take place on Tuesday December 10 at Collège de France in celebration of six researchers and engineers whose achievements have helped raise the level of scientific excellence at the Institute, in the service of health for all.

Operation Cortex: an Escape Game by Inserm

Inserm’s first ever escape game, Operation Cortex, an immersive experience to raise awareness of health research, opens its doors to the general public on November 15. This new public interaction format fulfils the institute’s desire to promote scientific culture and enable visitors to discover its laboratories.

Inserm: sport and health, a winning combination

Illustration sport et santé bar Ambre Rolland et Inserm : jeune femme portant des haltères

Over the last few years, Inserm has become a world leader in the field of sport and health research. Here we provide an overview of recent work at the Institute to mark the Sport Unlimitech festival for sport and innovation, which is being held in Lyon from September 19-21, 2019, in partnership with Inserm.

Alain Eychène, head of Research and Innovation at the French National Cancer Institute and head of the Aviesan Multi-Organization Institute for Cancer

Inserm Research Director Alain Eychène is taking the helm at the French National Cancer Institute’s Research and Innovation division. In this new role, he will also head the Aviesan Multi-Organization Institute (ITMO) for cancer and will manage Inserm’s Cancer institute.

Art and Science program: Inserm at the Rencontres d’Arles and Avignon Festival

Inserm is reaching out to a new audience among the general public this summer by taking part in two events that bring together art and science in a mutually enriching way: the 8th Recherche de l’art (Art of Research) exhibition at the Rencontres d’Arles, in partnership with the École nationale supérieure de la photographie, and the 10th edition of the binôme program at the Avignon Festival, led by the Les sens des mots theater company.

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