Every year over two days in November L'Institut Servier organizes Scientific Days in Paris, which cover :

● The Laureate Symposium : researchers, medical doctors and/or pharmacists having benefitted from a mobility research grant present their research in the presence of their department head and of the head of their host laboratory.

● The Scientific Colloquium : organized by two members of the Scientific Committee and dedicated to a subject of current and future interest, notably in the following therapeutic domains: cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases, immune inflammation and oncology.

November 21st, 2018
Research presentations by the 2018 Laureates
14h30
Introduction
14h45
Effectiveness of adjuvant chemotherapy after radical nephroureterectomy for locally advanced and/or positive regional lymph node upper tract urothelial carcinoma.
Thomas Seisen (Paris), Morgan Roupret (Paris), Quoc-Dien Trinh (Boston)
15h00
Risk of cancers and exposure to low-dose ionizing radiation from cardiac procedures in adults with congenital heart disease: a nationwide study based on Quebec Health Care insurance data.
Sarah Cohen (Paris), Damien Bonnet (Paris), Ariane Marelli (Montréal)
15h15
Prediction of disease free survival to neoadjuvant therapy in advanced ovarian cancer using functional imaging.
Anthony Dohan (Paris), Philippe Soyer (Paris)
15h30
Role of striatum in the pathophysiology of focal epilepsies.
Jérôme Aupy (Bordeaux), Pierre Burbaud (Bordeaux)
15h45
Dissection of action mechanisms of deep brain stimulation of the fornix for the treatment of memory deficits in Alzheimer’s disease.
Yann-Suhan Senova (Paris), Stéphane Palfi (Paris), Andres Lozano (Toronto)
16h00
Schizophrenia and anxious comorbidity: clinical and cognitive aspects and their brain correlates.
Frédéric Haesebaert (Lyon), Thierry D’amato (Lyon), Amélie Achim (Quebec)
16h45
Outcomes and predictive factors after cataract surgery in patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration. The Fight Retinal Blindness! Project.
Vincent Daien (Montpellier), Max Villain (Montpellier), Mark Gillies (Sydney)
17h00
Immunological profile of biotherapy response in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases.
Gilles Boschetti (Lyon), Miriam Merad (New York), Jean-Frédéric Colombel (New York)
17h15
The short chain fatty acid acetate induces regulatory B cells through intracellular metabolic changes.
Claire Immediato-Daien (Montpellier), Bernard Combe (Montpellier), Laurence Macia (Sydney)
17h30
Genetics of drug-induced arrhythmia.
Alban Baruteau (Nantes), Elijah Behr (Londres)
17h45
Post-operative rehabilitation in patients with orthopedic surgery.
Eric Noll (Strasbourg), Pierre Diemunsch (Strasbourg)
18h00
Diffusion Tensor-MRI (DTI) tractography in periprostatic nerves imaging: anatomical evaluation.
Thomas Bessede (Paris)
18h15
Prospective analysis of the psychosocial impact of Lapeyronie disease.
Jean-Etienne Terrier (Lyon)
18h30 - 21h
Cocktail - discussion