On August 27, 2017 Gris Lab of Neuroimmunology held its first annual Summer Tournament. Two teams: Cool Experts and Chicken Rock Star competed in a number of challenges, including rock balancing, knot tying, log crossing, target shooting, etc. Cool Experts took the first place, but most importantly everyone had a fantastic time! Until next year!
Gris Lab of Neuroimmunology will be presenting its first preliminary data using the new Quality of Life Video Assessment (QoLVA) method at the Canadian Association for Neurosciences in Toronto May-June 2016. A copy of the poster can be found here.
On behalf of Dr. Ralf Braun and myself, we would like to extend a big thank you to all those who made our 2nd Annual symposium such grand success. It was a pleasure to meet, interact and create new collaborations with the leaders in the field of mitochondria research from all over the world. We …
The next symposium will be held in Freiburg, Germany at the University of Freiburg from March 9-11. Please scroll down for the address. More details will come soon. University of Freiburg 79085 Fahnenbergplatz Freiburg, Germany
Please scroll down for the address. PRAC 3201, rue Jean-Mignault Sherbrooke (Québec) J1E 4K8
Congratulations to Emilie for her publication on Nlrx1 regulates neuronal cell death! PMID: 25540124. You can access it here : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25540124
Congratulations to Emilie and Tara for both receiving a $5000 Scholarships from foundation bourse étoile!
Congratulations to Gris Neuroimmunology lab for the second time in a row for their nomination as Champion fundraising team for the MS Walk 2014 and Tara for being nominated Champion fundraiser. The team raised the most funds of any team in the region of Estrie by organizing a soccer event held in Montreal and partnered …
Congratulations to Emilie for her first publication Assessment of Oxidative Metabolism published by Springer in Methods of Molecular Biology PMID:23824886. You can access it on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23824886
Emilie presented at the annual immunology symposium of the University of Sherbrooke on the role of NLRX1 in neuronal cell death. She did a fantastic job and what a great event!