Previous laureates of the prematuration grants

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Projects funded in 2022

Ayako Yamada (ENS) In-situ formation and microvascularization of human brain organoids on an engineered substrate integrated in a microfluidic chip for dynamic studies of brain development
Philippe Nghe and Reza Kowsari - Esfahan (ESPCI) High-throughput combinatorial drug testing on in vitro 3D cell model microfluidic platform


Projects funded in 2021

Abdou Rachid Thiam and Vincent Faugeras (ENS) Disassemble the cell
Michael Atlan (ESPCI) Ultrafast real-time holographic imaging for ophthalmology
Philippe Benaroch (Institut Curie) Stimulating anti-tumor immunity via genetic engineering of myeloid cells


Projects funded in 2020

Ana-Maria Lennon-Duménil (Institut Curie) Targeting the lysosomal calcium channel TRPML1 to enhance antitumor immunity
Ludger Johannes (Institut Curie) Lectibodies to eliminate tumors
Antonin Morillon (Institut Curie) Revealing and validating novel urine and blood biomarkers for prostate cancer using artificial intelligence


Projects funded in 2019

Nicolas Manel (Institut Curie) Screening for small molecules that alter Nuclear Envelope Rupture (NER), a new target in cancer and aging
David Holcman (ENS) Outil prédictif pour empêcher l'apparition de périodes profondes marquées par des suppressions isoélectrique pendant l'anesthésie générale
Zoher Gueroui (ENS) Magnetic bacteria programmed as whole-cell biosensor for sensitive detection of pathogenic bacteria


Projects funded in 2018

Laurent Bourdieu (ENS) High throughput optical recording of brain networks in vivo by 3D Random Access MultiPhoton microscopy
Arnaud Gautier (ENS) A unique reversible fluorescence complementation assay for high-throughput screening
Térence Strick (ENS) A double-strand DNA molecular scaffold to characterize the dynamics of molecular interactions


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