Basic and clinical aspects of neurobiology of rhythms is a 3-days summer school organized by the University of Strasbourg, together with the Institute of Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences. The aim of this Summer school is to transmit to Master2 and doctoral students the scientific and practical bases of biological rhythms and to stress the necessity of integrating the concept of biological rhythmicity in any experimental work.
Antimicrobial resistance in pathogens is one of the biggest threats in the world. The amount of isolated bacteria that present resistance to drugs used to fight them has increased over the last decades. As a result, the number of active antimicrobial agents has reduced and the search for new approaches in this field has become […]
The EUROLIFE Report 2016 has been published. This document provides a summary of the activities and initiatives carried out during last year, as well as a brief introduction that includes the aims and details about the governance and management of the network. The report shows the launch of the new Eurolife website giving detail of […]
Professor Thomas Baumert
Professor of Medicine, Head of the Inserm Research Institute for Viral and Liver Diseases, Director of the Laboratory of Excellence HEPSYS at the UNISTRA and Chair of Hepatology at the Center for Digestive Disease and Hepatology at the UNISTRA Hospitals.
Venue: Le Nouveau Patio, Amphitheatre “Alain Beretz”, University of Strabourg.
Date: May 15, 2017.
On 15 and 16 May 2017, the representatives of EUROLIFE gathered in Strasbourg to further strengthen their ties. During the two-day event in Strasbourg, the network members identified common goals, exchanged best practices and reflected on how the associations could better work together to address common challenges. The EUROLIFE meeting started on Monday 15 at […]