Thèses en cours

Mikdache Aya : In vivo analysis of Schwann cell behaviour and the role of rgs4 in PNS development in zebrafish.
University Paris Saclay, ED 568 Biosigne.
Supervisor : Marcel Tawk

Zahaf Amina : Testosterone and the androgen receptor in myelin development and repair in females.
Doctoral School: Biosigne (ED 568, University Paris-Saclay).
Supervisor : Elisabeth Traiffort

Kassoussi Abdelmoumen : Hedgehog and androgen signaling in myelination and myelin repair in males.
Doctoral School: Biosigne (ED 568, University Paris-Saclay).
Supervisor : Elisabeth Traiffort

Asbélaoui Narimène :  Implication of chimiokine receptor CXCR4 in the promyelinating effect of androgens.
Supervisor : Abdel Ghoumari

Fernandez Neïké :  Role of endogenous steroids in cerebroprotection at the acute phase after transient cerebral ischemia.
University Paris 11; ED 568 Biosigne
Supervisor : Rachida Guenoun

Boutary Suzan : Development of new therapeutic approach for Charcot Marie Tooth 1A (CMT 1A) disease based on siRNA squalene nanoparticles.
Doctoral School: Biosigne (ED 568, University Paris-Saclay),
Supervisor : Liliane Massade

Caillaud Marie :  siRNA-SQ nanoparticles characterization and study of the mechanisms involved in their transport and accumulation
Doctoral School: Biosigne (ED 568, University Paris-Saclay).
Supervisor : Liliane Massade

Jaber Dana : Identification and characterization of new genes in arthrogryposis multiplex congenita.
University Paris Saclay, ED 568 Biosigne.
Supervisor : Judith Melki

Nyangoh-Timoh Krystel :  Thoracic paravertebral block : anatomo-radio-clinical study of the fluid diffusion in the thoracic paravertebral space.
Doctoral School: Biosigne (ED 568, University Paris-Saclay).
Supervisor : Thomas Bessede

Ruscio Laura : Pelvic perineal mucular structure and innervation using computer anatomical assisted dissection.
Doctoral School: Biosigne (ED 568, University Paris-Saclay).
Supervisor : Thomas Bessede