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Département de physiologie

Nom  Projet de recherche 
Chatton Jean-Yves  Metabolic crosstalk between neurons and astrocytes: Energetic consequences of sodium homeostasis perturbation in astrocytes 
Martin Jean-Luc  Neuronal Development and Depression  
Pellerin Luc  Neuroenergetics: Roles of monocarboxylate transporters (MCTs) 
Raddatz Eric  Protection of the fetal heart 
Schutz Yves  Autoregulation of body mass & body composition 
Stoop Ronald  Measuring the fear response: in vitro and in vivo approaches 
Tappy Luc  Régulation du métabolisme par les nutriments 
Widmann Christian  Modulating apoptosis and cell survival to treat human diseases 


Département de biologie cellulaire et de morphologie

Nom  Projet de recherche 
Abderrahmani Amar  From Islet-beta-cells to Diabetes 
Bezzi Paola  Studying regulated secretion processes in the brain with imaging technologies: new advances on the role of astrocytes in the brain physiology and in inflammatory diseases 
Clarke Peter  Neuronal Death 
Hornung Jean-Pierre  Regulation of cortical neuron development by early neurotransmission 
Lüthi Anita  Gaining insight into the roles of sleep for neuronal function 
Regazzi Romano  Molecular mechanisms controlling insulin secretion under normal and physiopathological conditions 
Riederer Beat Michel  Proteomics in psychiatric diseases and clinically applied anatomy 
Volterra Andrea  Glia, an active synaptic partner : from physiology to neurodegeneration 
Walter-Barakat   Neuropathies périphériques et rôles des hormones thyroïdiennes dans la régénération du nerf périphérique 
Welker Egbert  Organisation and plasticity within the somatosensory cortex 


Département de pharmacologie et de toxicologie

Nom  Projet de recherche 
Broillet Marie-Christine  Sensory systems : From morphology to physiological functions  
Cotecchia Susanna  G protein-coupled receptors: molecular basis of function and regulation 
Diviani Dario  Molecular and functional characterization of novel transduction complexes regulating Rho GTPases signaling in cardiomyocytes 
Horisberger Jean-Daniel  Na,K-ATPase, régulation de l'activité du canal à sodium épithélial (ENaC) 
Hummler Edith  Molecular and functional analysis of the sodium channel ENaC and the serine protease CAP1 
Kellenberger Stephan  Contribution of acid-sensing ion channels (ASICs) to electrical signaling in neurons, Structure function relationship of the epithelial sodium channel ENaC  
Rossier Bernard  Salt-sensitive hypertension: identification of downstream renal targets in the aldosterone signaling pathway and their functional role in vivo 
Schild Laurent  The epithelial sodium channel: structural basis for ion permeation 
Staub Olivier  Signalling mechanisms involved in the control of sodium homeostasis in the kidney 


Département de biochimie

Nom  Projet de recherche 
Acha-Orbea Hans  Role of dendritic cells and B cells during immune responses 
Constantinou Angelo  Repair of interstrand DNA crosslink during DNA replication in human cells 
Corradin Giampietro  Malaria: search of antigens for the development of protective vaccines 
Dotto Gian-Paolo  Control of epithelial stem cell potential versus differentiation and tumerogenesis 
Fasel Nicolas  Structural and functional studies of virulence factors in the human protozoan parasite Leishmania 
Launois Pascal  Immune Responses to Leishmania infection 
Luther Sanjiv  Stromal cells in T zones of secondaty lymphoid tissues 
Mayer Andreas  Membrane fusion and vesicle formation 
Schneider Pascal  TNF and TNFR families, a complex system of ligands and receptors 
Tacchini-Cottier Fabienne   Immune Responses to Leishmania infection 
Thome-Miazza Margot  Study of the protease MALT1 in T-cell activation 
Tschopp Jürg  Signaling pathways leading to apoptosis and inflammation 


Département de génétique médicale

Nom  Projet de recherche 
Bergmann Sven  PhD in Systems Biology: From microarray-based modules to medical predictions  
Chrast Roman  Analysis of peripheral nerve development: from normal function to disease 
Rivolta Carlo  Human molecular genetics 


Centre intégratif de génomique

Nom  Projet de recherche 
Benton Richard   Genes and circuits underlying olfactory perception in Drosophila 
Desvergne Béatrice  Networking activity of PPARs during development and in adult metabolic homeostasis 
Franken Paul  Intracellular redox-potential, sleep homeostasis, and circadian rhythms 
Hernandez Nouria   Mechanisms of basal and regulated RNA polymerase II and III transcription of ncRNA genes in mammalian cells 
Herr Winship  Regulation of cell proliferation and differentiation 
Kaessmann Henrik  Human evolutionary genomics, molecular evolution, origin of new genes, adaptive evolution, population genetics and history 
Martin Sophie  Molecular mechanisms of cell polarization 
Michalik Liliane  Transcriptional control of tissue repair, carcinogenesis and angiogenesis 
Quadroni Manfredo  Marquage métabolique et spectrométrie de masse spécifique : outils pour étudier les changements dans l'expression des protéines 
Reymond Alexandre  Genome Structure and Expression 
Stasiak Andrzej  Functional transitions of DNA structure 
Tafti Mehdi  Genetics of sleep disorders 
Thorens Bernard  Molecular and physiological analysis of energy homeostasis in health and disease 
Wahli Walter  The multifaceted roles of PPARs 


Institut de biotechnologie

Nom  Projet de recherche 
Mermod Nicolas  Genes regulation, biotechnology, molecular biology 


Institut Ludwig

Nom  Projet de recherche 
Held Werner  Innate Immunity : NK cells and CD8 T 
Luescher Immanuel  Molecular Immunology 
Michielin Olivier  Onco-immunology 
Romero Pedro  Monitoring antigen-specific CTL and helper T cell responses 
Speiser Daniel   Role of coreceptors in differentiation and function of human tumor antigen specific T cells 


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