Monthly Archives: November 2014

Friday 28 november, 2014

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Action on malaria: 16 new mosquito genomes sequenced

The complete genomes of 16 anopheline mosquito species from the five continents have just been sequenced. Ten years of research have enabled an international consortium, coordinated by the University of Michigan and University of Notre Dame (United States) and including researchers from the French Institute for Development Research (IRD) and Inserm, to publish in the 27 November 2014 issue of the journal Science the DNA sequence for these mosquitoes, which are vectors of malaria.

Monday 1st December: World AIDS Day

World AIDS day has been organised each year since 1988, with the aim to inform and educate the public regarding the prevention, treatment and management of HIV/AIDS.

Thursday 27 november, 2014

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Physical activity and prevention of falls in older people – A collective expert review by Inserm

Inserm was asked by the French Ministry of Community, Youth Affairs and Sports to prepare a collective expert report that would provide a review of the scientific knowledge regarding the contribution of physical activity to the prevention of falls in older people.

Anne Dejean-Assémat, is awarded the Inserm Grand Prix for 2014

The Inserm Grand Prix is awarded to Anne Dejean-Assémat, director of Inserm/Institut Pasteur Joint Unit 993 “Nuclear Organization and Oncogenesis,” for her entire body of research on the molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in the development of human cancers.

Wednesday 26 november, 2014

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Tuesday 25 november, 2014

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Stroke (CVA) in young adults: discovery of a susceptibility gene associated with bleeding of the cervical arteries

Researchers from the joint research unit “Public health and molecular epidemiology of aging related diseases” (Inserm/Institut Pasteur Lille/Université Lille 2), in collaboration with Lille Regional University Hospital (CHRU), have discovered a susceptibility gene involved in this major cause of stroke (cerebrovascular accident) in young subjects.

Monday 24 november, 2014

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