The INP is proud to announce that, this year, four of its members have had their projects successfully granted by the French National Research agency (ANR - generic call 2021): Pascale Barbier (team 9), Christophe Leterrier (team 7), Emmanuel Nivet (team 6) and Aurélie Tchoghandjian (team 8).
Pascale Barbier (team 9) is a partner of ANR MAGNETAU (PRC CE29 - Chemistry: analysis, theory and modelling): "Combining magnetic resonance and computational modeling strategies to decipher the dynamics of the disordered microtubule-associated protein Tau" led by Valérie Belle (BIP UMR 7281C NRS-AMU) along with Caroline Smet-Nocca (Institut Pasteur Inserm U1167 ERL9002 CNRS-Univ Lille) and Sophie Sacquin-Mora (LCT UPR 9080 CNRS Paris).
Christophe Leterrier (team 7) is a partner of the ANR ASCENT (PRC CE13 - Cellular biology, developmental biology and evolution): "Investigating a newly-identified structural asymmetry of the vertebrate centriole and its impact on development and health" led by Juliette Azimzadeh (Institut Jacques Monod, Paris) along with Claire Wyart (ICM, Paris).
Christophe Leterrier (team 7) is also a partner of the ANR 5D-SURE (PRCE CE42 - Sensors,instrumentation): "5D super-resolution microscopy for nanoscale biology" led by Nicolas Bourg (Abbelight, Paris) along with Sandrine Lévêque-Fort (ISMO, Orsay) and Mayeul Collot (LBP, Strasbourg).
Emmanuel Nivet (team 6) is the coordinator of the ANR TRANS3 ( PRC CE17 - Translational research in Health): "TAGLN3 as a new regulator of neuroinflammation: from a biomarker to a biotarget in Alzheimer’s disease" with partners Carole Escartin (Laboratoire des maladies neurodégénératives, Fontenay-aux-Roses) and Sylvain Lehmann (Laboratoire de biochimie et proteomique clinique, CHU Montpellier).
Aurélie Tchoghandjian (team 8) leads the ANR MEGA01 (JCJC CE18 - Biomedical innovation): "Immunomodulatory properties of smac mimetics in preclinical mouse and human glioblastoma models".
Congratulations to all of them for these great successes!
ANR website : https://anr.fr/fr/