A New Population of Parvocellular Oxytocin Neurons Controlling Magnocellular Neuron Activity and Inflammatory Pain Processing
Alexandre CHARLET, Bénéficiaire d’une subvention de recherche, 2014 Alexandre Charlet is a young CNRS investigator (CR2) at the Institute of Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences (INCI CNRS UPR 3212). In 2009, he defends his PhD based on the emotional and physiological expression of pain using radiotelemetry monitoring of autonomous nervous system, awarded by the Chantal Autissier […]En savoir plus
Technical innovations and societies during the Neolithic transition in the Near East.
Fiona PICHON, Former Fyssen 2018 Research focus My research interests focus on the emergence of the first farming societies in Southwest Asia. The Fertile Crescent and its margins, from the southern Levant to the Zagros Mountains, represent a unique context for the study of the so-called process of Neolithisation. In this widespread area, from 12 […]En savoir plus