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Laboratories proposing a master's project

Group leader Laboratory Project title
Prof. Richard Benton Center for Integrative Genomics A combined microarray and RNAi screen for novel chemosensory genes
Dr. Benjamin Boutrel DP-CHUV, Centre de Neurosciences Psychiatriques Role of the hypocretin/orexin system in the etiology of eating disorders in mice
Dr. Jean-Yves Chatton DNF & Department of Physiology Cellular, molecular and functional elements of astrocyte neuron lactate shuttle in the hypothalamus
Dr. Alexandre Croquelois Department of Fundamental Neurosciences GABAA receptor ligand binding modifications in a model of cortical malformation with epilepsy
Dr. Isabelle Decosterd Anesthesiology & DNF Molecular mechanism of chronic pain
Dr. Chin Eap Unit of Biochemistry and Clinical Psychopharmacology In vitro study of transport of psychotropic drugs by human Permeability-glycoprotein (PGP)
Prof. Jean-Pierre Hornung Department of Fundamental Neurosciences Gender difference in developing anxiety phenotype in the 5-HT1aR knock-out mice
Dr. Sandor Kasas LPMV Observing Topoisomerase II in action by atomic force microscopy
Dr. Geneviève Leuba Centre de Neurosciences psychiatriques (CNP) & Service de Psychiatrie Maladie d'Alzheimer et vieillissement cérébral: identification de marqueurs
Dr. Jean-Luc Martin Département de Physiologie
Dr. Micah Murray EEG Brain Mapping Core of the Center for Biomedical Imaging Effects of Bariatric Surgery on Brain Responses to Food Viewing
Prof. Luc Pellerin Department of Physiology Regulation of MCT4 expression in mouse cultured cortical astrocytes by the neuronal signal nitric oxide (NO)
Dr. Beat Riederer Centre des neurosciences psychiatriques (CNP) Role of ubiquitination of proteins in neurodegeneration
Dr. Ron Stoop & Prof. Bruno Gravier Physiology/Psychiatry Aggression and Violence: from Clinical experience to Neurobiological model
Prof. Mehdi Tafti Center for Integrative Genomics Molecular Genetics of Sleep in Mice
Prof. Andrea Volterra Department of Fundamental Neurosciences Synaptic activity is controlled by astrocytes: modalities of activation of presynaptic NMDA receptors
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