Fédération de recherche en Neurosciences

Fédération de recherche en Neurosciences

Daniel Zytnicki
45 rue des Saints Pères
75006 Paris

ENP Teams of the Research Center

Cendra AGULHON
We are interested in understanding the role of glial cells in the mammalian central nervous system (CNS) and the mechanisms by which glial cells and neurons interact to support normal communication in the CNS. We are developing and using a set of...
Serge CHARPAK
Our goal is to understand how a sensory stimulus such as an odor generates a population activity in a small cellular network, the olfactory bulb glomerulus. We investigate this question by using or developing optical tools based on two-photon...
Etienne AUDINAT
Our research focuses on the interactions between neurons and glial cells in the central nervous system of rodents. Glial cells are engaged in bi-directional interactions with neurons and contribute actively to the modulation of neuronal network...
This research team is dedicated to the development of optical techniques based on wave front engineering microscopy.Traditional optical systems modify excitation light patterns through the use of lenses, diaphragms, curved mirrors, gratings, or...
David HANSEL
Our research concerns the neural dynamics in cerebral cortex, cerebellum and basal basal ganglia. We investigate the mechanisms underlying the emergence of functional properties of neurons, persistent activity and decision making as well as the...
Alain MARTY
This team employs a multidisciplinary approach including physical methods (optics), mathematical methods (statistical treatment of data and modelling) as well as chemical methods (synthesis of new compounds). It develops new techniques to study...
Bruno GASNIER
RESEARCH INTERESTS: The nervous system is highly compartmentalized at diverse levels. At molecular level, this compartmentalization involves the sequestration and clearance of metabolites and signaling molecules into/from specific neural cell...
Daniel ZYTNICKI
Our team investigates the relationships between spinal motoneurons and the muscle fibers they are targeting, and how thisrelationship is altered in the context of a human degenerative disease of motoneurons (ALS). To do so, we have recently...