Christine Bastin (FNRS, ULiège) has been awarded a 300,000 euros grant by Stop Alzheimer to help detect the first signs of Alzheimer's disease earlier, so that we can benefit from the effectiveness of current treatments.
A neurobiologist at the GIGA, he receives this research grain in recognition of his original and daring research project into the mechanisms underlying brain development.
Two studies carried out by researchers from the GIGA CRC IVI at ULiège could provide new insights into how our brains work.
An international team of researchers and clinicians, led by GIGA (ULiège), has just completed a groundbreaking clinical trial on a cohort of 62 patients from ten institutions.
In the latest issue of Cell, Julie Stoufflet, Sylvia Tielens and Laurent Nguyen publish a review summarizing the latest discoveries concerning the cellular dialogues that shape the cerebral cortex.
A multidisciplinary research team led by ULiège and CHU Liège has uncovered evidence of increased neuronal connectivity in the brains of entrepreneurs, which may contribute to distinct cognitive attributes.
The laboratories of Luc Willems (GIGA-Cancer) and Vincent Seutin (GIGA-Neurosciences) have just published a study which establishes the scientific basis of a new therapeutic strategy for Steinert’s disease.
A ground-breaking discovery that could change our understanding of skeletal muscle contraction.
Sophie obtained a "young researcher" funding of 60.000€ for her project on the effect of alcohol on the brain of adolescents and Pierre a credit of 120.000€ for his projects on the use of the 7 Tesla MRI in neurological research.
Professor emeritus of the University of Liege, this prize is awarded for his innovative work in the fields of avian endocrinology and neurobiology.
Charlotte Martial (Coma Science Group, GIGA-Consciousness) received this award from the International Brain Injury Association in Dublin on Friday. It rewards her work on disconnected consciousness. Congratulations !
Three groups of researchers from the University of Liège (ULiège) have been awarded a grant from the Alzheimer Research Foundation totalling €950,000 for their research into Alzheimer's disease.