Listening to our molecular clocks

Event date: 
Monday, 7 October, 2019
Anne-Marie François Bellan

During the NeuroStories event, held on Monday October 7 at the Faculty of Medicine, Anne-Marie François Bellan gave a remarkable stand up on how our body vibrates to the rhythm of internal chronometers called circadian clocks. She also explained how the molecular clock uses small corpuscles and cell space to make our genes rhythm. The video of his speech and those of the other six speakers will be available very soon.