Progéniteurs neuraux et pathologies cérébrales

Humbert Sandrine
Neural progenitors, cortical development, adult hippocampal neurogenesis, division, differentiation, polarity.

Présentation

Our projects aim to understand how a scaffold protein such as huntingtin coordinates the cellular and molecular mechanisms governing the cell division of neural progenitors and their differentiation during embryonic development and adulthood. Because huntingtin is mutated in Huntington's disease, we investigate whether these mechanisms are altered during pathological progression.


Permanent staff

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Last name First name Mail
Humbert Sandrine sandrine.humbert@inserm.fr
Agasse Fabienne fabienne.agasse@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

NeuroCoG reasearch areas the team is involved in

Cellules et réseaux : yes
Fonctions cognitives : no
Cognition et interaction : no
Parkinson : no

Corresponding Research Areas in NeuroCoG

Neural cells and neural networks: yes
Cognitive functions: no
Social and cognitive interactions: no
Parkinson’s Disease (PD): no

Published on April 13, 2017