Team 1 – Staff – Tenured

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ALZHEIMER & TAUOPATHIES TEAM

Staff - Tenured

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DIRECTEUR
Luc Buée, PhD.
CNRS research professor.

Head of the “Alzheimer & Tauopathies” team.
Director of the Jean-Pierre Aubert research centre.
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Research :
Alzheimer & Tauopathies.

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David Blum
Inserm
Lille
Alzheimer & Tauopathies

David Blum.
Inserm Research Professor.

Adjunct Professeur Taipei Medical University (Taiwan).
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Research:
Cerebral Homeostasis, Adenosine and its receptors, Metabolism, insulin resistance, neuroinflammation.
Methods: Animal models, behaviour, confocal microscopy, transcriptomics.

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Marie-Christine Galas

Marie-Christine Galas, PhD.
CNRS research professor
University of Lille, School of Medicine.
Research : Nuclear tau, tau and genome integrity, tau and epigenomics.

Nicolas Sergeant

Nicolas Sergeant, PhD.
Inserm research professor.

University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Research :
Pathophysiology of Tauopathies, biomarkers & new therapeutic targets.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS/PROFESSORS – UNIVERSITY-ASSOCIATED

 

Valérie Buée-Scherrer

Dr. Valérie Buée-Scherrer, PhD.
Associate Professor (HDR-Docent).
University Artois, School of Sciences, Lens, France.
Teaching: Cell Biology.
Research: Molecular characterization of brain lesions found in neurodegenerat disorders. Studies in human and aivenimal models.
Methods: Biochemistry, Cell biology,  Molecular Biology, Immunohistochemistry.

Nicolas Sergeant

Dr. Morvane Colin, PhD.
Associate Professor (HDR-Docent).
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Teaching: Cell Biology, Gene therapy & vectorology.
Research: “Tau spreading” Cell to cell transfer process; immunotherapy anti-tau, neuronal network.
Dedicated tools: Viral vectors, primary cultures, microfluidic, MEA, rodent model, animal models & intracranial delivery.

Sophie Halliez

Dr. Sophie Halliez, PhD.
Maître de Conférences – Chaire d’Excellence Inserm.

University of Lille, School of Medicine.
Teaching : Molecular and cell neurobiology.
Research : Experimental models, physiological et pathological neural networks, cell mechanisms in tauopathies.
Methods :  Multielectrode arrays, microfluidics and neurobiology.

Malika Hamdane

Dr. Malika Hamdane, PhD.
Associate Professor (HDR-Docent).
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Teaching: Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Neuroscience.
Research: “Truncated Tau species”. The role in Alzheimer’s Disease and therapeutic and diagnosis applications.

Bruno Lefebvre

Dr. Bruno Lefebvre, PhD.
Associate Professor (HDR).
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Teaching: Biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, epigenetics.
Research: Tau and nucleic acids.

Didier Vieau

Dr. Didier Vieau, PhD.
Professor of Physiology.
University of Lille, Faculty of “Sciences et Technologies”.
Teaching: Physiology and endocrinology.
Research: Short- and long-term influences of the perinatal environment on the programming of the stress response and chronic adult diseases such as obesity, diabetes and Alzheimer disease.

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ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS AND PROFESSORS
UNIVERSITY & HOSPITAL-ASSOCIATED

Vincent Deramecourt

Prof. Vincent Deramecourt, MD, PhD.
Professeur d’Histologie – Praticien Hospitalier.

Université de Lille, Faculté de Médecine.
Enseignement : Anatomo-pathologie, Histologie, Assesseur du Doyen pour le PACES.
Recherche : Biomarqueurs des démences – Corrélation clinique.
Activités hospitalières : Neurologue – Neuropathologiste.

Claire-Marie Dhaenens

Dr. Claire-Marie Dhaenens, Associate Professor, PharmD, PhD, HDR
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Research: Involved in genetics and epigenomics of Tauopathies and neurodegenerative disorders. Investigation of the MAPT gene regulation (alternative splicing, alternative promoter usage, transcription…) to explain the differential expression of Tau proteins in human brain and in experimental models.

Thibaud Lebouvier

Dr. Thibaud Lebouvier, MD, PhD.
Maître de Conférences – Praticien Hospitalier.

Université de Lille – Faculté de Médecine.
Recherche : Dégénérescences lobaires fronto-temporales.
Activité hospitalière : Neurologue.

Bernard Sablonniere

Prof. Bernard Sablonnière, MD, PhD.
Professor, Hospital Biologist.
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Teachning:
Biochemistry and molecular biology.
Research: Epigenomics, spino-cerebellar ataxia.
Hospital duties: Neurobiology, genetic diagnosis, biomarkers of dementia.

Susanna Schraen

Dr Susanna Schraen-Maschke, Associate Professor, PharmD, PhD, HDR
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Research: Involved in the translational development and evaluation of biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease in human biological fluids. Samples come from french national cohorts of patients, and on samples of the Lille University Hospital care. The aim is to evaluate their interest for diagnosis and prognosis of dementia.

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Dr Vincent Huin, Assistant Professor, MD, PhD
University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine.
Research: Involved in epigenomics of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. Great interest in spinocerebellar ataxia 21.

ENGINEERS, ASSISTANT & TECHNICIANS

 

Séverine Bégard
Inserm engineer

Anna Bogdanova
Inserm engineer

Raphaëlle Caillierez
University of Lille engineer

Sébastien Carrier
University of Lille technician

Sabiha Eddarkaoui
University of Lille engineer

Thomas Comptdaer
University of Lille technician