Grand public (only available in French)

28th February is World Rare Disease Day whose aim is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases. Among them, ciliopathies altogether affect up to 1 in 400 individuals in Europe.

 

Le 28 février est la journée internationale des maladies rares, dont le but est de sensibiliser le public et les sponsors au sujet des maladies rares. Parmi elles, les ciliopathies affectent environ un individu sur 400 en Europe.

 

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A short video with English subtitles on sleeping sickness can be viewed here.

 

 

Un numéro spécial de Médecine/Science traitant des cils et des ciliopathies vient d'être publié en français.

Il comprend une douzaine d'articles décrivant les cils et les maladies associées, y compris un article de Cécile et Philippe sur les différents modes de formation des cils et flagelles.

 

 

Les maladies génétiques des cils et des flagelles

 

La maladie du sommeil (Trypanosomiase humaine africaine)

Updated on 19/03/2015

News

12-05-2015 Cécile is awarded a FRM fellowship to complete her thesis. This will allow to finish her two exciting projects on the role of IFT in mature flagella and on the positioning of IFT trains along axonemal microtubules.

 

01-04-15 Arrival of Estafania Calvo-Alvarez who will work as post-doctoral fellow under Brice's guidance to investigate interactions  between trypanosomes and their environment in vivo.

 

31-03-15 A report summarising the main highlights of the Cilia 2014 meeting has been published in Cilia and is now available at: http://www.ciliajournal.com/content/4/1/5

 

19-03-15 Our review describing approaches to study intraflagellar transport in trypanosomes has just been published in Methods in Cell Biology

 

26-02-15 The video describing sleeping sickness is now available with English subtitles.

 

02-02-15  Eugénie, BSc student, joins our lab for four months. 

 

08-01-2015 Brice and Philippe published a "spotlight" on the possible significance of social motility in trypanosomes

 

 

 

All news

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We and 3 other European groups have organised the 2nd European Cilia meeting in Paris.

The meeting was an impressive success with more than 400 delegates coming from 27 countries. Julien and Cécile gave oral presentations and Eloïse presented a poster.

The next meeting will take place in Amsterdam from 4th to 7th October 2016. 

logogdr.jpgWe are coordinators of the French network GDR CILS that groups 30 teams throughout France working on cilia and flagella in diverse species. 

 

The next meeting will take place in Strasbourg from 12th to 14th October 2015

Next department seminar

9th july 2015

 

Dr Kiaran Kirk

 

College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

The Australian National University, Canberra - Australie

Targeting ion transport in the malaria parasite with new-generation antimalarials

 

Click here for more details

 

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75724 Paris cedex 15
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tel. +33 1 45 68 86 27
fax. +33 1 40 61 38 25

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