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Friday 4 December 2015 from 12:00 at 13:00

Le retard de croissance intra-utérin: nouveaux concepts et lien avec l’inflammation

Scientific Conference

Speaker

  • Olivier Baud

Professor Olivier Baud is a neuroscientist and head of a translational research team shared between INSERM Unit 1141 and NICU at Robert Debré children’s hospital, all members of “Département Hospitalo-Universitaire” PROTECT. He is also the head of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the Robert Debré Children’s Hospital, one of the premier paediatric hospitals in Europe. He is full professor of Paediatrics at Paris-Diderot University. He founded his own research team in 2006 (INSERM “AVENIR program”), a team that is emerging as a leader in preclinical research on neuroprotection and brain repair. He’s now team leader of the biggest team within INSERM U1141 including more than 30 researchers, doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows. Olivier Baud was research coordinator both in clinical and experimental research fields in perinatal neuroscience and other hot topics in the field of perinatal medicine. Olivier Baud directed translational clinical works on several neuroprotectant agents including melatonin and therapeutic evaluation of corticosteroids therapy during the perinatal period. He is the author of 115 research papers (h index = 25)”

 
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