ERC Grantees 2018

In 2018, the European Research Council has granted 4 Starting Grants, one Synergy Grant, 2 Consolidator Grants and 3 Advanced Grants to Inserm researchers. Learn who they are and the name of their research program.

Starting Grant

Cécile Charrier – Inserm Unit 1024 (Paris). Regulation of synaptic development and plasticity by molecular pathways linked to human evolution - SYNPATH. Read the interview

Benoit Chassaing – Inserm Unit 1016 (Paris). Mucus-Penetrating Microbiota: Characterization, Mechanism and Therapeutic in Metabolic Disease - INVADERS.

Nicolas Gaudenzio – Inserm Unit 1056 (Toulouse). Nociception and sensory nerves as regulators of type 2 immunity and skin inflammation - IMMCEPTION. Read the interview

Emiliano Ricci – Inserm Unit 1111 (Lyon). Assessing the role of ribosomes and mRNA translation in shaping the inflammatory response - RiboInflam. Read the interview

Synergy Grant

Vincent Prévot

Vincent Prévot - Inserm Unit1172 (Lille). Well-Aging and the Tanycytic Control of Health - WATCH.

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Consolidator Grant

Ganna Panasyuk

Ganna Panasyuk - Inserm Unit 1151 (Paris). Metabolic integration by nutrient SENSing - MetaboSENS. Read the interview

Sophie Polo

Sophie Polo - UMR 7216 (Paris). Epigenome maintenance in response to DNA damage - REMIND

Advanced Grant

Anne Dejean Assemat

Anne Dejean – Inserm Unit 993, Institut Pasteur (Paris). Deconstructing the role of SUMO on chromatin in cell identity and tissue repair – SUMiDENTITY

Anne Eichmann – Inserm Unit 970 (Paris). Targeting endothelial barriers to combat disease – BreakingBarriers. Read the interview

Maryse Lebrun

Maryse Lebrun - UMR5235 CNRS (Montpellier). Unravelling the secretion machinery for virulence factors in apicomplexan parasites - KissAndSpitRhop try. Lire l'interview