The Institut du Fer à Moulin (Fer à Moulin Institute, IFM) is a research institute devoted to the study of the development and plasticity of the nervous system.
Discover the research teams of the Institut du Fer à Moulin and check their recent work and last publications.
The photonic imaging service provides researchers with high-performance equipment and scientific expertise in photonic and electron microscopy.
i-Bio organizes a 2-hour virtual meeting on Tuesday June 1, at 2pm. The outcome of the first 18 months of i-Bio existence and its future prospects will be presented, with the participation of researchers supported by i-Bio. More information on http://ibio.sorbonne-universite.fr/
The Institut du Fer à Moulin adapts to the health situation by resuming its series of weekly scientific seminars. Weekly seminars take place every Thursday at 11:30 a.m. and are accessible to all via Microsoft Teams, on simple request to the organizer. Check the schedule of the next IFM seminars here!
Neurotransmission and signaling
Cortical development and pathology
Plasticity in cortical networks and epilepsy
Cortical migration of interneurons
Serotonin signaling in plasticity and disease
Sleep and emotional memory
Stem cells in neurodevelopment and diseases
Pleiotropy of morphogens
Montmasson C, Renner M, Canas PM, Gonçalves FQ, Alçada-Morais S, Szabó E, Rodrigues RJ, Agostinho P, Tomé AR, Caillol G, Thoumine O, Nicol X, Leterrier C, Lujan R, Tyagarajan SK, Cunha RA, Esclapez M, Bernard C, Lévi S
Science (2021) 374:eabk2055
Gabrielle Girardeau, Vitor Lopes-Dos-Santos
Science (2021) 374, 560-564
Mouilleau V, Vaslin C, Robert R, Gribaudo S, Nicolas N, Jarrige M, Terray A, Lesueur L, W Mathis M, Croft G, Daynac M, Rouiller-Fabre V, Wichterle H, Ribes V, Martinat C, Nedelec S
Development (2021) 148: dev194514
Virtanen MA, Uvarov P, Mavrovic M, Poncer JC, Kaila K
Trends in Neurosciences (2021) 44, 378-392
Klingler E, Francis F, Jabaudon D, Cappello S
Science (2021) 371: eaba4517
The cell engineering facility is providing support for the use of human pluripotent stem cells to study neurodevelopment and neurological disorders.