Mr
Luc MAROTEAUX
Research Director
Chercheur
Physio Physiopath

Our work intends to unravel links between serotonin and dopamine systems in relation to impulsivity, compulsivity and addiction and to identify the cellular bases of these actions. 

13-03-2015
25-02-2013
05-04-2017
Available to host a PhD student
Role of serotonin in microglial activation and neural circuit development: contribution to psychiatric disorders

Team

Luc MAROTEAUX
Our present work started from our observation that serotonin tone can be controlled by a feed-forward mechanism via 5-HT2B receptors. Recent independent investigations and our unpublished results...

Biography/CV

1981-1983 : Predoctoral stage at the Weissmann Institut of Sciences, M. Revel's lab, Israel,

1984 : Doctorat d' Etat in Molecular Biology, L. Pasteur University, Strasbourg, P. Chambon (PhD)

1983-1986 : Position in Molecular Evolution CR2 CNRS in Banyuls sur Mer,

1987-1989 : Posdoc in Molecular Neurobiology in R. Scheller's Lab at Stanford University USA

1989-1993 : Position in Molecular and Developmental Neurobiology CR1 CNRS at IGBMC, Strasbourg

1993-2001 : Research Director from the CNRS (DR2) at IGBMC, Strasbourg

2001-2004 : Research Director from the CNRS (DR1) at IGBMC, Strasbourg

2004-2006  : Research Director from the CNRS (DR1) at Hop Pitie, INSERM U616, Paris

Since 2006 : Research Director from the CNRS (DR1) at Institut du Fer à Moulin, INSERM UMR S-839, Paris, Responsible of team 5 " Serotonin and plasticity"