ERC Grantees 2015

Starting Grants 2015

Lionel Apetoh

Lionel Apetoh - Inserm Unit 1231 (Dijon)
Cell intrinsic control of CD4 T cell differentiation by cytosolic DNA sensing pathways - CD4DNASP 

 

Julien Courchet

Julien Courchet – Inserm Unit 1217 (Lyon)
Shaping of axonal complexity by a dynamic regulation of local metabolic pathways in the developing cortex - NEUROMET

 

Jordan Dimitrov

Jordan Dimitrov – Inserm Unit 1138 (Paris)
Cofactor Binding Antibodies – Basic Aspects and Therapeutic Innovations - CoBABATI

 

Thomas Sexton

Thomas Sexton - Inserm Unit 964 (IGBMC, Strasbourg)
Understanding and manipulating the dynamics of chromosome topologies in transcriptional control - CHROMTOPOLOGY

 

Albert Weixlbaumer

Albert Weixlbaumer - Inserm Unit 964 (IGBMC, Strasbourg)
Structural and biochemical studies on the regulation of transcription during elongation -TRANSREG

 

Consolidator Grants 2015

Stéphanie Baulac

Stéphanie Baulac – Inserm Unit 1127 (ICM, Paris)
Neurobiology of epilepsy genes - EPITOR

 

Edor Kabashi

Edor Kabashi - Inserm Unit 1127 (ICM, Paris)
Defining functional networks of genetic causes for ALS and related neurodegenerative disorders - ALS-Networks

 

Nathalie Rouach

Nathalie Rouach – Inserm Unit 1050 (CIRB, Collège de France, Paris)
Wiring synaptic circuits with astroglial connexins: mechanisms, dynamics and impact for critical period plasticity - AstroWireSyn

 

Julien Vermot

Julien Vermot – Inserm Unit 964 (IGBMC, Strasbourg)
Biomechanics and signaling in models of congenital heart valve defects - EVALVE

 

Advanced Grant 2015

James Di Santo

James Di Santo – Inserm Unit 1223 (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Biological Determinants of ILC Reactivity for Immune Responses in Health and Disease - ILC_REACTIVITY

 

Pierre Léopold

Pierre Léopold - Inserm Unit 1091 (IBV, Nice)
The Genetics and Physiology of Growth and Size Determination - VitruVius
Pierre Léopold is also a 2010 Advanced Grant Laureate.
Read the interview

 

Pierre Paoletti

Pierre Paoletti – Inserm Unit 1024 (ENS, Paris)
NMDA receptor diversity: from molecular dynamics to synaptic physiopathology - NMDADYN

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