Pr Mareike Lehmann
Institution : Institute for Lung Research Philipps University Marburg
Topic : Lung Inflammaging: understand how aging predisposes the lung to the development of chronic lung diseases such as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Date : 0000-00-00
Locality : Teams Meeting
Institution : Stanford
Topic : 15 membres dans la liste des chercheurs les plus influents selon Stanford et Elsevier
Date : 2022-11-16
Locality : CTM (Dijon)
: Preliminary tolerance analysis of adjuvant chemotherapy in older patients after resection of stage III colon cancer from the PRODIGE 34-FFCD randomized trial
: Inferring the initiation and development of myeloproliferative neoplasms
Small Methods : ptARgenOM - a flexible vector for CRISPR/CAS9 non-viral delivery
Auteur(s) : A Radoua ... O Micheau
Nature Immunology : Recruitment and activation of type 3 innate lymphoid cells promote antitumor immune responses
Auteur(s) : M Bruchard ... F Ghiringhelli
The Research Centre UMR1231- LNC was initially created as UMR866 "Lipids, Nutrition, Cancer-LNC" on 1 January 2007 and is the result of a joint programme of several groups which led to the signature of a four-year contract with INSERM, the University of Burgundy and the EPHE. The founding teams of the LNC Research Centre are from INSERM units U498 ("Intravascular metabolism of lipoproteins"), U517 ("Cell death and cancer"), and EPI-106 ("Epidemiology of digestive cancers"). This structure was created by Eric Solary, then Laurent Lagrost became the head of the structure. Other groups from the UFR des Sciences de la Vie, CNRS and ENSBANA (now AgroSup) joined the unit for the 2007-2011 contract. During the second contract 2012-2016, the LNC Research Centre comprised 8 distinct groups, i.e. 218 people (87 researchers/teaching researchers + 68 technicians/engineers + 19 post-doctoral students + 44 PhD students).
On 1 January 2017, the unit became UMR1231. The EA4271 GAD directed by Laurence Faivre and an ERC team created by Lionel Apetoh then joined the LNC Centre. The structure includes 9 teams of 269 people (104 researchers/teaching researchers + 87 technicians/engineers + 18 post-doctoral students + 60 doctoral students). On 1 January 2020, Professor François Ghiringhelli became the unit's director.
This structure generates its scientific wealth through the diversity of its themes, which involve high-level and internationally recognised researchers in fields as varied as cancer biology (C Garrido), pulmonary fibrosis (P Bonniaud), TNF signalling (O Micheau) tumour immunology (L Apetoh and F Ghiringhelli), lipid metabolism and stress (L Lagrost and D Masson), pharmacokinetics and dynamics of apolipoproteins, epidemiology of digestive cancer and haematology (C Lepage, M Maynadie), developmental genetics (L Faivre and C Thauvin), mouse neurogenetics (B Yalcin), translational haematology (M Callanan and L Delva).
The scientific areas of the LNC teams during the 2017-2021 contract are:
Head of the LNC Research center, Pr : François Ghiringhelli