ERC Grantees 2016

Starting Grant 2016

Amélie Bonnefond - UMR8199 CNRS (Lille) Functional genomics of non-coding mutations in regulatory regions of four metabolic tissues, and their involvement into type 2 diabetes through large-scale sequencing - Reg-Seq

Mathilde Bonnefond – Inserm Unit 1028 (Bron) Tracking information flow in the brain: A unified and general framework for dynamic communication in brain networks - BrainDyn

Nabila Bouatia-Naji - Inserm Unit 970 (Paris) Investigating fibROmuscular dysplasia and spontaneous coronary Artery dissection using genetic and functionaL genomics to decipher the origIN of two female specific cardiovascular Diseases - ROSALIND

Léon Kautz – Inserm Unit 1220 (Toulouse)
Investigating the regulation of iron homeostasis by erythroferrone and therapeutic applications - INVESTIGERFE

Consolidator Grant 2016

Jérôme Dejardin - UMR9002 CNRS (Montpellier) Establishment and maintenance of gene expression by heterochromatin factors - METACHROM Jérôme Dejardin is also a 2009 Starting Grant Laureate.

Paolo Giacobini - Inserm Unit 1172 (Lille) Extra-gonadal roles of Anti-Müllerian Hormone in the aetiology of polycystic ovary syndrome: the domino effect to reproductive neuroendocrine dysfunctions - REPRODAMH

Axel Innis - Inserm Unit 1212 (Pessac) Ribosome inhibition by nascent or antimicrobial peptides - NascenTomiX

German Sumbre – Inserm Unit 1024 (ENS, Paris) Whole-brain dynamics underlying self-generated behaviour - Spontaneous ZeBrain German Sumbre is also a 2009 Starting Grant Laureate. Read the interview

Nicolas Venteclef – Inserm Unit 1138 (Les Cordeliers,Paris) Epigenomic Reprogramming of Adipose Tissue Function and Energy Metabolism in Type 2 Diabetes - EpiFAT

Laurent Yvan-Charvet – Inserm Unit 1065 (C3M, Nice) Protection of cardiometabolic inflammation by modulation of myeloid glutamine homeostasis - PROGLUTASIS

Advanced Grant 2016

Philippe Bousso

Philippe Bousso – Inserm Unité 1223 (Pasteur Institut, Paris). Integration and propagation of immunological signals during cancer and infection. Philippe Bousso is also a 2010 Starting Grant Laureate. Read the interview