Funding

 

Partners

UBx

Bordeaux Consortium for Regenerative Medicine

2016-2018

Project: HYPOXCELL 

 

The goal of this collaborative project in regenerative medicine is to develop hypoxia-based cell culture strategies to optimize the potential and function of stem cells-derived bone and vascular cells for regenerative therapies.

 

The main participants include:

 

FDF

Fondation de France

2015-2017

Project: Consequences of Metabolic Disorders Associated with Perturbations of the homeostasis of TGFβ on the aortic endothelium

Marfans

Association Marfans  

2017-2018

Project: Mise en évidence d’une nouvelle propriété des cellules de l’endothélium aortique et de ses conséquences pathologiques dans la maladie de Marfan

 

The aim of this project is to provide new insights into Marfan disease through the characterization of aortic endothelium alterations in Marfan mice.

ANR

Agence Nationale pour la Recherche

2017-2019

Project: POLYPHENOLPROT

 

Polyphenol-Bearing Probes for Unveiling Polyphenol-Proteins Interactions – Towards Polyphenol-Based Therapeutics?

 

The main participants include:

 

PHC Parrot

2017-2018

Project: Role of invadosomes in the progression of liver cancer 

 

This collaborative project  with Dr Pirjo Spuul in Estonia is funded by Campus France.

UBx
iDEx

Université de Bordeaux

Investissement d’Avenir (IdEx)

2017

Models of program innovation

 IJsbrand Kramer

Project: Transduce

 

This project concerns the production of six videos on different subjects of signal transduction to serve as learning resources for a flipped classroom approach in the cell biology course of Professor Kramer I. &  Kusurkar R

UBx
iDEx

Université de Bordeaux

Investissement d’Avenir (IdEx)

2015-2017

Post-doctoral fellowship programme

Project: Characterization of the interplay between connexins and podosomes in endothelial cells and functional consequences on the mechanisms of vascular wall remodeling

 

An international two-year post-doctoral contract and a contribution to project-related fees awarded to Dr Florian Alonso.

CSC

China Scholarship Council

2017-2021

Project: Exploitation of a murine model of endothelial specific miR overexpression to explore the molecular mechanisms of vascular remodeling

 

An international four-year doctoral fellowship from the chinese government awarded to Dong Yuechao.

la-ligue

Ligue Contre le Cancer, comité de la Gironde

2017-2018

Project: L’interaction PFKFB3-actine peut-elle être une cible anti-angiogénique ?

 

The aim of this project is to study the crosstalk between  cytoskeleton and metabolism during angiogenesis