Institut des Neurosciences Paris-Saclay NeuroPSI

Institut des Neurosciences Paris-Saclay NeuroPSI

Philippe Vernier
Bâtiment 145, Centre d'études de Saclay
91191 Gif sur Yvette

ENP Teams of the Research Center

Muriel PERRON
Our research program focuses on neural stem cells in both mice and Xenopus retina. The amphibian retina contains a population ofneural stem cells, which, in contrast to the mammalian situation, are active, allowing continuous tissue growth...
Serge LAROCHE
Research in the team focuses on the cellular and molecular mechanisms of learning and memory and on identifying mechanisms responsible for memory dysfunction in brain pathologies. Our objective is to identify in different structures of the brain...
Gilles FORTIN
The intrinsic logic of neural networks controlling defined circuit functions and behaviours in the central nervous system is a fundamental issue of neuroscience. We study the central control of breathing, a classical model system to (i) perform...
Our group works on the circadian clock that controls the rest-activity rhythms in the drosophila brain. We have three main research lines:- Neuronal bases of the brain clock: role of the different neuronal oscillators and organization of the network...
Researches in the laboratory concern many fundamental aspects of brain development and evolution. The researches aim at better understand how the brains of different species develop during embryogenesis, how they are structured and organized as...
Sylvie RETAUX
We address two questions: 1) Which mechanisms underly the evolution and the diversification of the vertebrate forebrain? 2) What are the evolutionary forces involved? To answer these so-called "evo-devo" and evolutionary biology questions, we have...