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L'institut Servier. Supporting research. Fostering vocations

Interview with Doctor Claire Daien
Are dietary fibers capable of modulating the immune system and limiting the development of rheumatoid arthritis? This is the aim of the study conducted by Claire Daien, rheumatologist at the Montpellier Hospital. This study may make it possible to take more account of the patient’s diet in addition to conventional treatments for a better result.
Interview with Doctor Gilles Boschetti
Gilles Boschetti, gastroenterologist at the Lyon’s CHU, monitors patients with chronic inflammatory bowel disease. As part of his study, he is interested in the possibility of defining and studying immune profiles. The objective: to offer patients the most personalized and active treatment as soon as they are diagnosed.
Pollution believed to be a risk factor for autism spectrum disorders
According to American researchers, exposure to atmospheric pollution could increase the risk of ASD. A fetus has a three times higher chance of being born with autism if the moth-er was exposed to traffic pollution during the pregnancy.

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Annual Scientific Sessions

2019 EDITION

THERAPEUTIC REVOLUTIONS IN ONCOLOGY: HOW TO INCORPORATE THEM?

Every year over two days in November, L'Institut Servier organizes Scientific Days in Paris, which includes a Laureate Symposium and a Scientific Colloquium.

Consult the previous colloquia publications
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2019 laureate symposium
November 20th, 2019
Research presentation
by the 2019 Laureates

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2019 colloquium
November 21st, 2019
THERAPEUTIC REVOLUTIONS IN ONCOLOGY: HOW TO INCORPORATE THEM?
Chaired by: Professors Bernard DEVULDER, Dominique BELLET and Philippe ROUGIER
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L'Institut SERVIER is a non-profit association under French law.
Its aim is to promote all forms of scientific and medical knowledge thus contributing to medical progress,
patient wellbeing and physician expectations.

Colloquia
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Laureate
Symposium

4
rd

Grants
allocated

229

Pasteur-Servier-
Weizmann Prize
award

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