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Seminars

28 - May - 2018
Le microbiote intestinal humain compte plus de 1,000 espèces de bactéries. Un microbiote avec une biodiversité équilibrée est associé à des...

22 - May - 2018
Invited by Chantal Housset ( chantal.housset@inserm.fr )

14 - May - 2018
florent.malard@sorbonne-universite.fr CRSA - Equipe M. Mohty : “Réaction du greffon contre l'hôte après greffe allogénique de cellules souches...

23 - April - 2018
Presupposed dogma indicates that the old brain is unable to combat the effects of aging due to a lack of inherent plasticity that facilitates permanent age-related functional impairments. The...

Centre de Recherche (CdR) Saint-Antoine INSERM - UMR S 938

Hôpital St-Antoine

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Tel : +(33) 1 49 28 46 87

Saint-Antoine Research Center
The CRSA was renewed jointly by Inserm and UPMC as UMRS_938, for 5 years from January 2014 to December 2018.
Presentation of the Centre

The CRSA regroups a very strong potential for biomedical research oriented towards both fundamental and translational research. Research is performed in association with the clinical and biological departments of the Saint-Antoine-Tenon-Armand Trousseau hospitals belonging to the same General Hospital Group. The CRSA is composed of 13 accredited research teams and one administrative team located mainly on the site of the Saint-Antoine hospital but also of hospital Armand Trousseau.

Scientific activities

Two scientific interacting orientations are identified: Research in Oncology and Haematology; and Research in Metabolism and Inflammation and Tissue Repair. They include several aspects of translational research : Fundamental; Preclinical; Pathophysiological and Aspects more specifically clinical.

Collective facilities and technological platforms

The Research Centre developed collective facilities (such as L2, L3 laboratories) but is also implicated in UPMC networks (for technologies such as Mass spectrometry, lipidomic and proteomic; Cell and tissue imagery and flow cytometry ; Imagery and functional exploration of small animals)