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Thursday 30 Mar

Geneviève Asselin et Martin Bussière, UETMIS, CHU de Québec - Université Laval


Les bains de chlorhexidine aux soins intensifs : évaluation de l'efficacité et de l'innocuité

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The neuroscience group is organized into multidisciplinary teams that study the biological mechanisms underpinning the normal and pathological functioning of the central and peripheral nervous system and the muscular system. Researchers in this field seek to advance our understanding of physiopathology and develop new treatments for deficiencies and disabilities caused by lesions or neurological, psychiatric, and neuromuscular diseases. Research themes concern neurodegenerative, neuromuscular, and neurogenetic diseases, cerebral and spinal lesions and trauma, the regeneration and reorganization of the nervous system, mental health, ophthalmology, the development of biotherapy and standardized clinical evaluation methods, and neuromodulation treatments. Researchers are very active in Université Laval’s Regroupement Neurosciences et Santé mentale (Neurosciences and Mental Health Group).

Recent publications (see all publications in this area)

Guertin PA. Editorial: Spinal Locomotor Systems Current pharmaceutical design,  2017. Epub
Cheng CL, Noonan VK, Shurgold J, Chen J, Rivers CS, Hamedani HK, Humphreys S, Bailey C, Attabib N, Mac-Thiong JM, Goytan M, Paquet J, Fox R, Ahn H, Kwon BK, Fourney DR. Geomapping of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury in Canada and Factors Related to Triage Pattern. Journal of neurotrauma,  2017. Epub
David LS, Topolnik L. Target-specific alterations in the VIP inhibitory drive to hippocampal GABAergic cells after status epilepticus. Experimental neurology,  2017. Epub
Beaulieu LD, Masse-Alarie H, Camire-Bernier S, Ribot-Ciscar E, Schneider C. After-effects of peripheral neurostimulation on brain plasticity and ankle function in chronic stroke: The role of afferents recruited. Neurophysiologie clinique = Clinical neurophysiology,  2017. Epub
Perrin A, Rousseau J, Tremblay JP. Increased Expression of Laminin Subunit Alpha 1 Chain by dCas9-VP160. Molecular therapy. Nucleic acids,  2017. 6: 68-79
Jean LeBlanc N, Guruswamy R, ElAli A. Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Isoform-B Stimulates Neurovascular Repair After Ischemic Stroke by Promoting the Function of Pericytes via Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor-1. Molecular neurobiology,  2017. Epub
Villette V, Levesque M, Miled A, Gosselin B, Topolnik L. Simple platform for chronic imaging of hippocampal activity during spontaneous behaviour in an awake mouse. Scientific reports,  2017. Epub
Burns AS, Santos A, Cheng CL, Chan E, Fallah N, Atkins D, Dvorak MF, Ho C, Ahn H, Paquet J, Kwon BK, Noonan V. Understanding Length of Stay following Spinal Cord Injury: Insights and Limitations from the Access to Care and Timing (ACT) Project. Journal of neurotrauma,  2017. Epub
Rangachari M, Kerfoot SM, Arbour N, Alvarez JI. Editorial: Lymphocytes in MS and EAE: More Than Just a CD4+ World. Frontiers in immunology,  2017. 8: 133
Masson-Roy J, Savard M, Mackey A. Carotid Cavernous Fistula in a Patient with Type IV Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques,  2017. Epub
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