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Publication in Journal of Pineal Research

Sleep is health… if we sleep at the right time !

Christina Schmidt (GIGA-CRC IVI) has just published the first results of the COGNAP project financed by the European Research Council which indicate that napping periods would be harmful to the sleep-wake cycle and to memory.

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Publication in EMBO Journal

Important role of Elp3 in macrophage polarization

This article shows how macrophages organize their protein synthesis to trigger inflammation to fight pathogens or to resolve inflammation and repair tissue.

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Scientific equipment

The University of Liège has been awarded €900,000 in funding for the acquisition of an instrument for the proteomic analysis of single cells

Thanks to the Fondation Contre le Cancer, ULiège will accelerate the development of its proteomics research at the single-cell level in cancerology. This complete technological platform dedicated to "single-cell proteomics" is unique in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.

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Coraline Radermecker winner of the ACTERIA 2022 prize (European Federation of Immunological Societies)

She receives this prize, rewarding young European talents in immunology and allergology, for her work on the role of neutrophils and "neutrophil extracellular traps" in allergic asthma onset and in lung  homeostasis.

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Scientific scholarships

101 new FRS-FNRS research mandates at ULiège!

Among the scholarships awarded by the FRS-FNRS this year, 101 will finance research carried out by researchers from ULiège.

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New FNRS Mandates

Congratulations to all researchers obtaining a new FNRS mandate !

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PUBLICATION in J Extracell Vesicles

Endothelial exosomes promote tumor progression by reprogramming tumor-associated macrophages

A collaboration between the teams of Ingrid Struman and Franck Dequiedt shows that exosomes modify the tumor environment to promote breast cancer progression.

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Vulgarisation scientifique

Alice Collignon remporte la finale belge du concours "Ma thèse en 180 secondes"

Doctorante au GIGA-Cancer (Faculté de médecine) de l'Université de Liège, Alice Collignon représentera la Belgique lors de la finale internationale à Montréal en octobre 2022.

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A publication in eLife

The symphony of brain waves during sleep orchestrates memory and the progression to Alzheimer's disease

Research conducted at the GIGA could make it possible to detect individuals at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease at a very early stage and, in the long term, to take better care of them to prevent or delay the disease.

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AWARD

Agnès Noël recognized for her career by the BSCDB

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the BSCDB (Belgian Society for Cell and Developmental Biology), Agnès Noël received an "Achievement Award" which recognizes the scientific impact of the work of a career.

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ANNUAL REPORT

2021 Annual report

The 2012 annual report is now available online.

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Publication in Science

Oligodendrocyte precursors guide inhibitory interneurons into the cerebral cortex via a novel molecular mechanism

An ULiège team has shown that oligodendrocyte precursors, classically involved in the myelination of neurons in the adult nervous system, guide interneurons. Their results are published in Science.

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