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Thesis to be provided

Published on 25 September 2015

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Multi-nuclear NMR Spectroscopy and Imaging at very high magnetic field

​​SL-DSV-15-0032

NMR 13C Spectroscopy at very high magnetic field: study of the metabolic coupling between brain energy synthesis and neurotransmission

​SL-DSV-15-0033

Development and evaluation of a contrast agents and radioligands to detect Alzheimer’s disease by MRI: Gadolinium staining andnanobodies targeting amyloid beta, tau proteins and neuroinflammation.

SL-DSV-15-0164

​Development of a new animal model of Alzheimer's disease: Multidisciplinary evaluation by histology, biochemistry, PET and MRI imaging and therapeutic approaches

​SL-DSV-15-0165

​Neuronal Circuits of Compulsive Behaviors: Insights from Cellular fMRI

​SL-DSV-15-0229

[18F] Fludarabine for lymphoma PET imaging

​SL-DSV-15-0294

​Development of new biomarkers of brain plasticity and learning in Humans based on multifractal time dynamics and fonctional connectivity in MEG and fMRI.

SL-DSV-15-0295

​Physically plausible compressed sensing for high resolution MRI at 7 Tesla in Humans

​SL-DSV-15-0397

Study of striatal markers in Huntington's disease pathogenesis

​SL-DSV-15-0567

Optimizing 3D analysis of microscopy data using high performance computing (HPC)

SL-DSV-15-0594

​Study of the toxicity and interaction of psychoactive molecules on brain functions: assessing the role of TSPO in neurodegenerative and neuroregenerative processes induced by ecstasy exposure.

SL-DSV-15-0599

​Contribution of astrocyte-neuron interactions in memory impairments in Alzheimer Disease

​SL-DSV-15-0613

Combining ultrasound-induced blood-brain barrier opening under MRI guidance with paramagnetic functionalized contrast agents for molecular imaging of amyloidosis in rodent models of Alzheimer's disease

​SL-DSV-15-0649

​Imaging of gene therapy by ligands of aptamères

​SL-DSV-15-0728

​Architecture and development of the astroglial network in normal and pathological conditions

​SL-DSV-15-1014

​Etude neuroanatomique du trouble bipolaire (french)

SL-DSV-15-1168