Mr
Serge LAROCHE
Research Director
Chercheur
ED 419 BioSigNe
03-03-2015
23-11-2012
05-10-2017
Available to host a PhD student
Role of adult hippocampal neurogenesis in memory

Team

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...

Biography/CV

Director of research at CNRS (DR1)

Director of the Centre de Neurosciences Paris-Sud UMR 8195

Director of the GDR 2905 NeuroMem, Neuroscience of memory

CNRS Silver Medal, 1995.

Member Faculty of 1000.

1994-1998: Director of the Laboratory of the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, CNRS URA 1491.

1998-2009: Director of the Laboratory of the neurobiology of Learning, memory and Communication, CNRS UMR 8620.

Editorial committee of Hippocampus, Neuroscience Research Comm, Gene Brain & Behaviour.

Associate Editor: Frontiers in Behavioral Neurosciences

Fields of expertise:

- Cellular and molecular mechanisms of synaptic plasticity and memory.

- Dysfunctional cellular and molecular mechanisms responsible for memory impairments in animals models of different types of brain pathologies.

- Neuronal signalling, transcriptional regulation, synaptic plasticity and memory.

- Adult hippocampal neurogenesis and memory