First edition of the INP day

Now that the Institute of Neurophysiopathology is settled as a whole on the Timone Campus of the AMU School of Medicine, we organized the first INP day at the Black Rock pub in Marseille. It was a big success with lots of fun and games! There were more scientific parts such as the 3-minute presentation by a PhD student of each team – Dominic did great for NeuroCyto.

The team leaders also recorded short “elevator pitches” that will be used to advertise to work of the INP teams – here’s a short behind-the-scenes video with Christophe explaining what we do:

video courtesy of Nicolas Fichera on LinkedIn

Karoline is starting her PhD project

We have a new PhD student! Karoline Friedl has been in the lab since March, through our partnership with the startup Abbelight.

She just now started her PhD project as a CIFRE PhD in the NeuroCyto team, in collaboration with Abbelight. She will work on Abbelight’s SAFe 360 module to develop innovative and robust multicolor nansocale imaging approaches – can’t wait to see what she comes up with!

We’ve moved!

The Neurophysiopathology Institute, the INP we’re part of, has moved to its new headquarters on the Timone Campus of the Medicine School. It was a lot of work but everything went well and we’re almost ready to science again! Our renovated floor in the historic Medicine School building now hosts the lab and the Neuro-Cellular Imaging Service (NCIS), the new imaging facility of INP.