HFSP Program Grants Awards 2015

David Hansel was award­ed the pres­ti­gious Pro­gram Grant Awards 2015 by Human Fron­tier Sci­ence Pro­gram (HFSP) for the project enti­tled “Deci­pher­ing brain oxy­tocin circuits
con­trol­ling social behavior”.
The project aims at mod­el­ling the oxy­tocin cir­cuits that con­trol social behav­iour, such as aggres­sion towards intrud­ers and also more com­plex forms of deci­sion-mak­ing behav­iour (e.g coop­er­a­tive behaviour ).
For more infor­ma­tion press-release-hfsp


A new site for a new lab

The new logo­type designed by design­er Vin­cent Dev­il­lard. This logo sym­bol­is­es the four research teams of the lab regrouped in two axes ({Inte­gra­tive and Com­pu­ta­tion­al Neu­ro­science}, {Devel­op­ment, Phys­i­ol­o­gy & Patho­phys­i­ol­o­gy of the Neu­ro­mus­cu­lar Sys­tem}) and the direc­tion team. It empha­siz­ing that our new lab results from a merg­er of the Lab­o­ra­toire de Neu­ro­physique et Phys­i­olo­gie with two teams of the for­mer Cen­tre d’Etudes de la Sen­so­ri­motric­ité (CESEM UMR8194).