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6 April 2020 |

The SPPIN supports Paris Hospitals in times of Corona

Together with other laboratories of the Saints Pères Biomedical Sciences Site (Campus Saint Germain) the SPPIN has collected consumables and lab material in support of the Necker, Cochin Hospitals on the left bank and Bichat, Lariboisière, Baujon Hospita ...

14 March 2020 |

STANISLAS PhD project selected by CNRS and U. Toronto

The CNRS and the University of Toronto selected a joint PhD-and research grant involving SPPIN’s team 1 (Oheim) and the laboratory of Molecular Biophysics at the Department of Biochemistry (Yip) at U Toronto. In the framework of this 3-year research coll ...

3 January 2020 |

JacSue Kehoe

The SPPIN laboratory deeply regrets to announce the death of JacSue Kehoe on 25 june 2019, at the age of eighty-three. JacSue spent decades working with the neurons of Aplysia californica, studying the post-synaptic nerve response. Among many other things, ...

28 November 2019 |

PhD defence of Merouann KASSA

On Nov 26/11 Merouann successfully defended his PhD work entitled “In vitro and in vivo study of the role of cerebellar interneurons in a motor learning task” in front of the jury. Advisor of his work was Isabel Llano (team 2). The SPPIN concratulate ...

5 November 2019 |

Bruno Gasnier joined the F1000 Faculty

Bruno Gasnier has been invited to join the Neuronal Signalling Mechanisms Section of the F1000 Faculty as a contributing member. F1000Prime publishes recommendations of peer-reviewed research articles or reviews in biology and medicine.  ...

18 September 2019 |

We are recruiting neuroscience postdocs

Postdoctoral fellowships in cerebellar neurophysiology Université de Paris, SPPIN, CNRS, Paris, France. We are seeking multiple post-doctoral fellows for fully-funded positions at the SPPIN in central Paris (SPPIN – Saints-Pères Paris Institute fo ...

5 September 2019 |

We are recruiting a neuroscience postdoc

We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow for a fully-funded position to work on a collaborative project between two teams specializing in cerebellar physiology (Brandon Stell and Céline Auger) and spinal cord physiology (Marin Manuel and Daniel Zytnicki) at t ...

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