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Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Volume 54, n° S1
page e288 (octobre 2011)
Doi : 10.1016/j.rehab.2011.07.056
Réparation et recherche fondamentale sur lésions médullaires et maladies neurologiques / Repair and fundamental research on spinal cord injury and neurological diseases

Présentation de la session
Session presentation
 

Version française

Le partenariat Société francophone de paraplégie (Afigap), institut pour la recherche sur la moelle épinière et l’encéphale (IRME), Sofmer est à l’origine de cette session axée sur la réparation des lésions médullaires et la physiopathologie de la sclérose en plaques.

Cette session comprendra tout d’abord deux lectures du professeur John Steeves (Icord, Vancouver) : l’une sur les outils d’évaluation clinique significatifs permettant de mesurer l’impact d’intervention thérapeutique sur le lésion médullaire (guidelines ICCP ), l’autre sur les essais cliniques actuels sur la réparation médullaire et les prospectives.

Deux autres communications porteront plus spécifiquement sur les transplantations cellulaires soit par cellules souches (Florence Perrin), soit par cellules gliales olfactives (Patrick Gauthier). Enfin, une mise au point sur la physiopathologique de la SEP sera exposée par le DR David Laplaud. Le but de session est une meilleure connaissance par les cliniciens des avancées en termes d’évaluation, de recherche fondamentale et de recherche clinique, notamment dans le domaine de la réparation médullaire mais aussi de mieux comprendre la physiopathologie de la SEP.

English version

The partnership French speaking society of paraplegia (Afigap), French spinal cord and brain research institute (IRME), French PMR Society (Sofmer) has allowed the organization of this session devoted to research into new spinal cord injuries therapies, and also to the knowledge of an advanced pathophysiology of the multiple sclerosis. This session will include two lectures by the Professor John Steeves (Vancouver, Icord): one focused on the meaningful outcome measures to be used during spinal cord injury (SCI) clinical trials for the evaluation of a therapeutic intervention, the second one on the current clinical trials and the prospects for the future. These two review lectures will be followed by two communications focused on the effects of cells transplantation, stem cells (Florence Perrin) and Olfactory ensheathing cells (Patrick Gauthier). Lastly, an update on the pathophysiology of the mutiple sclerosis will be given (Dr Laplaud). The aim of this session is to improve the knowledge of clinicians in the fields of spinal cord repair and the pathophysiology of MS.



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