Congratulations to Guillaume Barbaray, intern at CHUVAC, who wins the Public Choice Award and is one of the 4 winners of the photo contest organized by the National Center for Veterinary Parasitology (NCVP).
Thanks to transparency techniques coupled with 3D biphotonic microscopy (developed at Stromalab by Corinne BARREAU), Guillaume Barbary, supervised by Dr Emilie Bouhsira and Pr Isabelle Raymond, was able for the first time to obtain new and innovative 3D images of the cat’s flea (Ctenocephalides felis).
This year the Robert Naquet Prize was awarded to Luc Pénicaud. A former president of CNRS Section 24 (Physiology, Tumorigenesis and Aging) and INRA CSS 9 (Nutrition), he has always been a committed advocate of Physiology. Specialist in the nervous regulation of metabolism, internationally recognized, this prize rewards his career as well as his activities within SPBI, in particular his unfailing investment in the animation of the scientific council, his direct involvement in the organization and selection of sessions in national and international meetings.
Congratulations to Dr Virginie Robert-Gavioli for winning the 2nd price of communication during the 2nd Symposium of the Occitanie Network on Monocytes-Macrophages. Bravo Virginie!
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Congratulations to our Master 2 student Alice Prevost for her award for Surgeons of the Future from the Foundation of the Future for her work of master 2 research « surgical sciences » on the treatment of sepsis with mesenchymal stem cells!
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Congratulations to our doctoral student Hélène Leménager for her poster prize at the 2nd annual congress of the FHU Impact (Fédération Hospitalo Universitaire – Innovative Medicine for the Prevention And treatment of Cardiovascular and meTabolic diseases) which took place on Friday 24 November 2018 at the Hôtel de Région de Toulouse! This poster summarizes part of his thesis work on the molecular mechanisms of cell plasticity in human adipose tissue and shows the development of a model of unimortalized human beige adipocytes in vitro, as well as SOX2’s involvement in the formation of beige adipocytes.
Dr Nicolas GAIDE, Anatomo-pathologist and science Phd student in our laboratory, received the first prize at the 45th national congress of the « Association Française d’Histotechnologie » held on 2 and 3 June 2018 in Nancy, France. You can find the PDF of his poster HERE.
Congratulations to him!