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Cette équipe est basée sur deux responsables de projets Anne Baron-Van Evercooren et Brahim Nait Oumesmar. Leur intérêt commun est de comprendre les mécanismes cellulaires et moléculaires de la...

Biographie / Publications

Brahim Nait Oumesmar was educated at Pierre and Marie Curie University, where is received a PhD in Neurosciences in 1997. After a post-doc in developmental biology at Mount Sinai Medical School (New York, NY, USA), he was recruited as an Inserm researcher (CR1 Inserm). Brahim Nait Oumesmar has a strong experience in cellular and molecular mechanisms of oligodendrocyte development and myelin repair both in animal models of demyelination and in multiple sclerosis lesions. Since 2005, he is co-directing the team “Cellular and Molecular Approaches for Myelin Repair”, which is part of the Research Center of the Brain and Spine Institute (CRICM, Pitié-Salpêtrière, Hospital, Paris). B. Nait Oumesmar is a coordinator of several research projects, member of the scientific board of the French Glial Club and the scientific committee of the French MS tissue Bank.

Research and Professional Experiences

2001-2002  Research Assistant Professor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, New York.

2002-2004 Senior scientist (CR1) at INSERM. INSERM UMR-S 546, Paris.

2005-2008 Senior scientist (CR1) at INSERM. INSERM/UPMC UMR-S 546, Co-team leader of the group «Fundamental  Approaches of CNS remyelination»

2009-present Senior scientist (CR1) and team leader “Cellular and Molecular Approaches for Myelin Repair” at INSERM. CRICM, UPMC/INSERM UMR-S 975, CNRS UMR 7225,.

Awards and Honours

- Fellowship of the Myelin Project USA (1992-1995).

- Advance post-doctoral fellowship award, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, USA (1999-2001).

- Fellowship award of the European Leucodystropy Association, ELA (2002).

- Scientific award of the Foundation NRJ-Institute de France, Project coordinated by C Lubetzki/A. Baron (2008).

 Scientific councils, Scientific Committees, Expertises

- Scientific Board of the French Glial Club,

- French MS tissue Bank,

- Scientific Advisor for the French MS Foundation (ARSEP)