GAILLARD Afsaneh Responsable Equipe1

PU, Responsable de l’équipe 1 du LNEC

EQUIPE de rattachement : Equipe 1 : Thérapies cellulaires dans les pathologies cérébrales

NOM Prénom : GAILLARD Afsaneh

Statut (date de début-fin prévue si CDD): PR CE

Adresse : Laboratoire de Neurosciences Expérimentales et Cliniques

INSERM U-1084, Université de Poitiers

Bâtiment B36, 1 rue Georges Bonnet, BP 633

TSA 51106, 86073 POITIERS cedex9 – FRANCE

Tél : 0449453873

e-mail : afsaneh.gaillard@univ-poitiers.fr

Publications (toutes les marquantes, y compris avant 2012)

  1. Michelsen KA, Acosta-Verdugo S, Benoit-Marand M, Espuny-Camacho I, Gaspard N, Saha B, Gaillard A*, Vanderhaeghen P*. Area-specific reestablishment of damaged circuits in the adult cerebral cortex by cortical neurons derived from mouse embryonic stem cells. Neuron. 2015, 4;85 (5):982-97.
  2. Espuny-Camacho I, Michelsen KA, Gall D, Linaro D, Hasche A, Bonnefont J, Bali C, Orduz D, Bilheu A, Herpoel A, Lambert N, Gaspard N, Péron S, Schiffmann SN, Giugliano M, Gaillard A*, Vanderhaeghen P*. Pyramidal neurons derived from human pluripotent stem cells integrate efficiently into mouse brain circuits in vivo. Neuron 2013 6;77(3):440-56.
  3. Gaillard A & Jaber M. Rewiring the brain with cell transplantation. TINS (2011) 34(3) 124-133.
  4. An intrinsic mechanism of corticogenesis from embryonic stem cells. Gaspard N, Bouschet T, Hourez R, Dimidschstein J, Naeije G, van den Ameele J, Espuny-Camacho I, Herpoel A, Passante L, Schiffmann SN, Gaillard A, Vanderhaeghen P. Nature (2008) 455, 351-357. Evaluated by Faculty of 1000, F1000 Factor = 6, Evaluated by Faculty of Medecine. F1000 factor = 6)
  5. Gaillard A, Prestoz L, Dumartin B, Cantereau A, Morel F, Roger M, Jaber M. Reestablishment of damaged adult motor pathways by grafted embryonic cortical neurons. Nat Neurosci. (2007) 10 (10): 1294-9. (News and Views by Mark H Tuszynski Nature Neurosci. 10, 1229-1230, 2007; News by I. Singec and EY. Snyder, Cell Stem Cell, Volume 1, Issue 4, 355-356, 11, 2007; Evaluated by Faculty of 1000, F1000 Factor = 8,4, Evaluated by Faculty of Medecine. F1000 factor=6, FENS Scientific Highlight of the Year).

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