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Sylvie REMAUD is working as an assistant professor since 2013 at the National Museum of Natural History (CNRS 7221, Paris). She has a specific expertise in studying how a neural stem cell can generate two daughter cells with different identities (neuronal versus glial cell fate). She contributed to demonstrate that thyroid hormone acts as a neurogenic switch in the young adult mouse brain. Currently, she is studying how do thyroid hormone regulates the neuron/glia balance during the early postnatal life and later, in the ageing mice.

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Date Time Hall Session Role Theme
2020-12-19 09:10-09:35 Room 1

Symposium 15 Thyroid Hormone and Stem Cell Regulation

Speaker Neural Stem Cells