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ULiège involved in 6 new COST Action research projects

The COST program is one of the broadest frameworks for scientific cooperation in Europe and an interesting mechanism for the coordination and dissemination of the European research effort.

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Publication dans JAMA Neurology

Prévention des démences chez les seniors : la méditation toujours à l’étude

Des chercheurs du CRC ont participé à une étude observant l’impact d’un entraînement à la méditation de 18 mois sur certaines structures cérébrales impliquées dans la régulation de l’attention et des émotions,chez des personnes de plus de 65 ans. 

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Publication in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Being absent while awake: how mind blanking helps us understand ongoing thinking

Study conducted by ULiège GIGA CRC In vivo Imanging researchers shows that "Mind blanking" (MB) is a distinct mental state linked to a recurrent brain profile of globally positive connectivity during ongoing mentation.

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The University of Liège has been awarded over €850,000 in funding for the purchase of a state-of-the-art microPET and microCT

Latest generation tools, financed by the Fondation contre le Cancer, that will accelerate the use of preclinical molecular imaging in vivo.

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New FNRS Mandates

Congratulations to all researchers obtaining a new FNRS mandate !

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A publication in eLife

The symphony of brain waves during sleep orchestrates memory and the progression to Alzheimer's disease

Research conducted at the GIGA could make it possible to detect individuals at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease at a very early stage and, in the long term, to take better care of them to prevent or delay the disease.

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European Union Joint Programme

New european project IRONSLEEP

Gilles Vandewalle and Pierre Maquet (GIGA-CRC in vivo Imaging) obtain a 200.000€ funding to better understand Parkinson's disease (Joint Programme - Neurodegenerative Diseases Research -JPND).

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Alzheimer Research Foundation supports ULiège research project with €250,000

The project of Prof. Eric Salmon, director of the GIGA CRC in vivo imaging at the University of Liège, is one of the 18 projects to be funded in Belgium by the Foundation.

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Matthieu Koroma, "young researcher" laureate of the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation

Matthieu Koroma, from the Laboratory of Physiology of Cognition, receives this prize for his project "Evidence of sentience during states of impaired vigilance by measuring body-brain interactions"

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Exercice d’évacuation à la Clinique Vétérinaire Universitaire

Cet exercice réalisé le 22 octobre 2021 a permis de familiariser les services de secours avec les risques spécifiques liés aux activités de la Clinique Vétérinaire Universitaire.

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A publication in Brain Communications

Near-death experiences, a survival strategy that originates in thanatosis, common in the animal kingdom ?

A study lead by Danish and Belgian (GIGA/ULiège) researchers attributes for the first time a biological purpose to near-death experiences (NDEs)

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Scientific prize

Emilie Lommers, laureate of the Claire Fauconnier & Guy Sallets Fund

Awarded by the King Baudouin Foundation, this fund will enable her to continue her research, that aims at a better understanding of multiple sclerosis pathophysiology.

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