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Institut des neurosciences Paris-Saclay (NeuroPSI)

Laboratory presentation

The Paris-Saclay Neuroscience Institute (Neuro-PSI) was founded in 2015 with the aim of creating a real multidisciplinary research center in neuroscience, complementary to NeuroSpin (CEA Saclay campus) and which together form the NeuroSaclay to expand further in future years. The Neuro-PSI is divided into 3 departments in which 20 teams works on a variety of subjects covering all areas of neuroscience, ranging from the study of bird communication in noisy environments to the discovery of new therapeutics for human neuropathies . In addition, the Neuro-PSI benefits from a set of state-of-the-art technical platforms and heavy equipment shared within NeuroSaclay that offer it an international attractiveness and competitiveness.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Neural Substrates of Body Ownership and Agency during Voluntary Movement Zineb Hayatou 03/29/23 Journal of Neuroscience
CSF-contacting neurons respond to Streptococcus pneumoniae and promote host survival during central nervous system infection Jean Pierre Levraud 03/13/23 Current Biology
A response to claims of emergent intelligence and sentience in a dish Valérie Doyère 03/01/23 Neuron
Shedding light on myopia by studying complete congenital stationary night blindness Jérôme E. Roger 03/01/23 Progress in Retinal and Eye Research
First Description of the Underwater Sounds in the Mediterranean Monk Seal Monachus monachus in Greece: Towards Establishing a Vocal Repertoire Isabelle Charrier, Chloé Huetz, Léa Prevost 03/01/23 Animals
Investigating the Impact of Delivery Routes for Exon Skipping Therapies in the CNS of DMD Mouse Models Amel Saoudi, Cyrille Vaillend 03/01/23 Cells
Tissue- and cell-specific whole-transcriptome meta-analysis from brain and retina reveals differential expression of dystrophin complexes and new dystrophin spliced isoforms César García-Cruz, Sophie Lourdel, Ahrmad Annan, Jérôme E. Roger, Cyrille Vaillend 02/15/23 Human Molecular Genetics
Endolysosomal TPCs regulate social behavior by controlling oxytocin secretion Lora L. Martucci, Cécile Sicard, Nathalie Desvignes, Maude Tetu, Franck Olivier Gilmaire, Sloane Paulcan, Cyrille Vaillend, Philippe Fossier, Sylvie Granon, José Manuel Cancela 02/14/23 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Dynamical systems in computational psychiatry: A toy-model to apprehend the dynamics of psychiatric symptoms Damien Depannemaecker 02/03/23 Frontiers in Psychology
What Is the Benefit of Ramped Pulse Shapes for Activating Auditory Cortex Neurons? An Electrophysiological Study in an Animal Model of Cochlear Implant Elie Partouche, Victor Adenis, Chloé Huetz, Jean Marc Edeline 02/01/23 Brain Sciences
Temporal prediction error triggers amygdala-dependent memory updating in appetitive operant conditioning in rats Tatiane Ferreira Tavares, Valérie Doyère 01/10/23 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
Principles of Recording Rodent Ultrasonic Vocalizations Sylvie Granon 01/01/23 Neuromethods
Whole-Mount Multicolor Fluorescent Labeling by In Situ Hybridization in Astyanax mexicanus Embryos and Larvae Maryline Blin, Sylvie Rétaux, Jorge Torres-Paz 01/01/23 Neuromethods
EBRAINS Live Papers - Interactive Resource Sheets for Computational Studies in Neuroscience Shailesh Appukuttan, Andrew P. Davison 01/01/23 Neuroinformatics
Whole-brain modeling explains the context-dependent effects of cholinergic neuromodulation Rodrigo Cofre 01/01/23 NeuroImage
Challenges in glioblastoma research: focus on the tumor microenvironment Giorgio Seano 01/01/23 Trends in Cancer
Temporal order processing in rats depends on the training protocol Sloane Paulcan, Valérie Doyère 01/01/23 Journal of experimental psychology. Animal learning and cognition
Reduction in sound discrimination in noise is related to envelope similarity and not to a decrease in envelope tracking abilities Samira Souffi, Meryem Zaidi, Chloé Huetz, Jean Marc Edeline 01/01/23 Journal of Physiology
The molecular basis of p21-activated kinase-associated neurodevelopmental disorders: From genotype to phenotype Manon Dobrigna, Sandrine Poëa-Guyon, Véronique Rousseau, Jean Vianney Barnier 01/01/23 Frontiers in Neuroscience
Early onset of postnatal individual vocal recognition in a highly colonial mammal species Mathilde Martin, Isabelle Charrier 12/07/22 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)