Professeur, Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé
FMSS Département de pharmacologie-physiologie
(2007) Doctorate (Neuroscience). University of Western Ontario.
(2003) Diploma (Clinical Flow Cytometry Course). Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
(2003) Master's Thesis (Neuroscience - Masters). University of Western Ontario.
(2001) Bachelor's (Physiology). University of Western Ontario.
(1996) Diploma (Doctor of Medicine - M.D.). St. Petersburg Paediatric University (not completed).
Introduction to Statistical Learning with Applications in R. PyImageSearch.
PyImage Search Gurus Course: Python and Open CV in Computer Vision. PyImageSearch.
The Art of R Programming. PyImageSearch.
(2016) Associate Professor. Université de Sherbrooke.
Central Nervous System Inflammatory Diseases, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Neuroimmunological Diseases, Spinal Cord Diseases, Neurotoxicity.
Flow cytometry, Histological techniques, Microglia, astrocytes, Microscopy, Neurodegenaration, Neuroinflammation, Nlrs.
NLRs: A recently discovered family of proteins, Nlrs, are among main regulatory proteins of the immune system. The Nlr family of proteins comprises 23 members in human and 34 in mice. Nlrs can regulate both the innate and adaptive immune system. Upon pathogen recognition, these proteins can activate multiple pro-inflammatory molecular pathways including formation of inflammasome, activation of NFkB and MAP kinase pathways. Nlrs have been implicated in development of autoimmune disorders; however their function in neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration is poorly understood. Right now, the function of Nlrs is an emerging field of study which, so far, has been approached by studying the response of the immune system against pathogens. The main interest of my research is to uncover the role of Nlrs in neuroinflammation. This will open a potential to find novel approaches in regulating the immune response.
Centre de recherche du CHUS
Anglais, Français, Russe
Grant. (Awarded). Principal Applicant. Behavioral signature of Neuroinflamation. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Dicovery. 120 $ (2019-2024).
Grant. (Completed). Principal Applicant. From yeast to mice and humans investigating neurodegenerative diseases. Ministère des Relations Internationales du Québec. Quebec-Bavarian Cooperation. 2000 $ (2016-2018).
Grant. (Awarded). Principal Applicant. Role of neuroinflammation in neurodegeneration. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Dicovery. 120 $
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