2021 Pasteur-Weizmann/Servier Prize Laureate
On December 14, 2021 at the Collège de France (Paris), the Pasteur-Weizmann/Servier Prize was awarded to Professor Catherine Lubetzki, Head of the University Medical Neuroscience Department of AP-HP Sorbonne University and Medical Director of the Paris Brain Institute located at the center of the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital. This international Prize is this year dedicated to neurodegenerative pathologies, honoring the career of a clinical researcher primarily dedicated to the regeneration of myelin in the treatment of multiple sclerosis (Lancet Neurol. 2020 Aug ; 19(8):678-688).
Speakers at the colloquium 2021 “Neurodegenerative diseases”
« Neurodegenerative diseases and society »,
University of Paris-Descartes - Sociologist
« What is a neurodegenerative disease ? »,
ICM - Neurologist, University Professor and Hospital Practitioner
« Inflammation and neurodegenerative diseases »,
Immunologist and neurologist - University professor, hospital practitioner and researcher
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University of Indiana, Indianapolis.
University René-Descartes, Paris.
University of Colorado, Denver.
University of Toronto.
University of Manchester.