David Blum

Inserm UMR837, Université Lille Nord-de-France, France

David BLUM Born April 10th 1971 at Valenciennes French Citizen Married, 1 child Current position Permanent INSERM Investigator, CR1, HDR Inserm U837, Jean-Pierre Aubert Research Centre Team “Alzheimer & Tauopathies” Director: Dr. Luc Buée Place de Verdun, Lille, France Tel: +33320298858 Fax:+33320538562 david.blum@inserm.fr Research experience 1994: Master Degree in Neurosciences. Claude Bernard University of Lyon, France. Laboratory of Molecular Neuropharmacology, Cnrs UM105 (Director: Pr. Pujol). « Application of ?3?,5-ditritio-(D,L)-a-monofluoromethyl-tyrosine to the study of anatomo-functional regulations of tyrosine hydroxylase activity in the locus coeruleus ». 1999: PhD in Neurosciences. Joseph Fourier University of Grenoble, France. Laboratory of Preclinical Neurobiology, Inserm U318 (Director: Pr. Benabid). « Characterization and regulation of cathecholaminergic cell death induced by 6-hydroxydopamine ». 1999-2002: Laboratory of Neurophysiology (ULB, Prs. Vanderhaeghen and Schiffmann, Brussels). « Adenosine receptors and striatal death in experimental models of Huntington’s disease ». 2002-2005: Laboratory of Experimental Neurosurgery (ULB, Pr. Brotchi, Brussels). « Experimental therapeutics in animal and cellular models of Huntington diseases ». Fields of interest Pathophysiology of neurodegenerative diseases Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease Tau Mechanisms of neuronal death Experimental models Neuropharmacology Adenosine receptors Translational research Complete list of publication available at http://dablum.ovh.org/publications.html

Biography Updated on 3 October 2011

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