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An inter-university degree dedicated to myology

As part of a partnership, Pierre et Marie Curie University – Paris VI (Pitié-Salpêtrière department) and AFM-Téléthon have created a university training whose lessons started when the Institut of Myology opened in 1996. Its recruitment has been national right from the beginning, also in June 2000, this university degree turned into an inter-university degree, currently bringing together Paris-VI … [Read more]

14th Société Française de Myologie days from November 23rd to 25th 2016 in Bordeaux

The 14th edition of Société Française de Myologie days (French Society of Myology) will gather researchers and clinicians on November 23rd, 24th and 25th in the ENSEIRB-MATMECA buildings in Bordeaux, France. These three days will be a special moment for professionals specialised in myology to discuss new topics on their field. Register now to the 14th SFM days … [Read more]

Frédéric Revah invited at Bpi Inno Génération-BIG

On May 25th and 26th, BPI France gathered thousands of entrepreneurs from all innovative sectors in Paris for the second edition of Bpi Inno Génération-BIG. This two day aimed at focusing on the innovations developed in fields like biotechnologies, ecology, transformation or export, and thinking about the stakes those innovations imply. As part of the theme … [Read more]

AIRE, key factor in the gender inequality for autoimmune diseases

Nadine Dragin, researcher among an Inserm/UPMC/CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research)/Institute of Myology team co-directed by Sonia Berrih-Aknin and Rozen le Panse from the Institute of Myology, based in the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, AP-HP, brought to light the central role of AIRE, a key factor for immune tolerance, in the gender inequality regarding autoimmune diseases. … [Read more]

Genethon: two new clinical trials for rare blood disorders

Thanks to its expertise in gene therapy vectors for correcting blood stem cells, Genethon is involved in two new clinical trials targeting cells: X-linked chronic granulomatous disease (also called CGD) and Fanconi anemia. X-linked chronic granulomatous disease (CGD), a rare immune system disease, is triggered by a mutation of the CYBB gene which reduces the activity of … [Read more]

The “1,000 chercheurs” project expands to schools abroad

Given the increasing success of the “1,000 chercheurs” project, interventions by researchers from the Biotherapies Institute are being deployed overseas. This week, students in year 10 and 12 from six different classes of the Lycée Français of the Mission Laïque Française in Agadir (Marocco) benefited the expertise of Jérôme Nicolas from Genethon by video-conferencing. On the menu? A … [Read more]

Postdoctoral Programs

Spring 2016 The Genethon International Postdoctoral Program 2016 is now open. Positions are intended for highly motivated scientists who wish to pursue their career in the research and development of therapies for rare diseases. Postdoctoral research positions are available for a period of three years (37-41 k€ annual gross income depending on qualifications and years … [Read more]

The Biotherapies Institute researchers review a week at Myology 2016

Myology 2016, the international congress of myology organized by AFM-Téléthon has ended last week. The researchers who have taken part to the event share their feelings on what was said during the week. “Myology 2016 emphasised on the advances in the field of biotherapies. Impressive preliminary results of trials for gene and cell therapies were presented” … [Read more]

Live from Myology 2016: Day 5

Summary of the fifth and last day of Myology 2016 Watch the testimonies of Xavier Nissan (I-stem), Karl Rouger (INRA, ENV) and Justine Marsolier (Genethon).

Live from Myology 2016: Day 4

A video summary of the fourth day at Myology 2016 Discover the testimonies of Odile Boespflug-Tanguy (AFM-Téléthon), Hawa Dramé (Fitima Fondation), Jon Andoni Urtizberea (AP-HP), and Marina Roussel (AFM-Téléthon).