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Dr Sophie Lavault, a recent Neuroscience PhD, threw a monthly scientific program on Demain !Her first show is about dreams, with the kind participation of Dr Isabelle Arnulf, scientist at the Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle, and Chief of Sleep Department of the Hôpital de la Pitié-Salpêtrière.

Discover why we dream, dreams' meanings, how to remember them and how to avoid recurring nightmares.

When it was created in 2007, the ENP received an endowment from its public founders. Today, in order to pursue its scientific mission, the non-profit organization is raising funds and actively looking for financial partners.

In France, 1 in 4 people is affected by a neurological or psychiatric disorder.

Learn more about neurological diseases today worldwide and the Davos 2015 Economic Forum conclusions

By supporting the ENP, you will get involved into a crucial scientific project for the future.

Neuroscience donors are particularly aware of the important and exciting challenges faced by our society.

A Public Health Challenge

In France, 1 in 4 people are affected by a neurological or psychiatric disorder. More than 50 % of the ENP teams are working to identify new behavioral and therapeutic strategies to face those diseases.

An Economic Challenge

Brain diseases represent one third of the French public health expenses. Lab results from neuroscientists will help to reduce those heavy costs.

An Education Challenge

Today's young researchers represent a very precious asset to our society. While science is developing  together with technology, it is crucial that the new generation have access to the latest equipment. The students of the ENP Graduate Program are lucky to handle state-of-art hardware in Paris’ highly equipped centers and laboratories.

A Development Challenge for Society

With more than 80% of the brain that remain to be discovered, ENP teams from all horizons, molecular and cellular to cognitive neuroscience , increase the present knowledge of this essential organ to the functioning of the whole human body and our adaptability to an ever changing environment.

A Challenge for International Collaborations

With the " Human Brain Project " the United States of America brought  neuroscience at the forefront of their public policy strategy, as well as the European Commission, with the " Blue Brain Project ". The years to come promise great opportunities for collaborations and accelerated achievements on both national and international levels. Through consortia funded by European grants, ENP researchers network contribute to these worldwide collaborative project .

A Development Challenge for Businesses

Many human errors occur due to brain dysfunctions, but we now access many benefits from a better understanding of human behavior (cognitive neuroscience, neuroeconomics, etc). ENP research themes address these issues, such as learning processes, attention or decision-making in situations of stress.