NeuroTherapies and NeuroModulation

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Prof Nicole Déglon                         Prof Jocelyne Bloch                Dr Liliane Tenenbaum

Assoc. Professor                               Assoc. Professor                        Senior Lecturer
Head of laboratory, Head of CRN      Neurosurgeon                             Group Leader
 

Laboratory’s activity

The laboratory’s activities are focusing on the development and validation of innovative neurotherapies and neuromodulation strategies. The three principal investigators are focusing on:
> Brain and spinal cord interface and stimulation.
> Autologous cell transplantation for stroke, Parkinson’s disease and spinal cord injury.
> Modulation of neuroinflammation and drug-inducible gene therapy of Parkinson’s disease.
> Underlying molecular and environmenental mechanisms in Huntington’s disease (HD).
> Pre-clinical development of molecular therapies for Huntington’s disease (HTT gene editing).

Additional information: UNIL web site

 

 

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