About Us

 
An integral part of the the Jean-Pierre Aubert Research Centre (JPArc) situated just outside of Lille city centre, the main theme of our lab’s work is to unravel the complex interplay between metabolic and reproductive axes. We are proud to be a truly International lab integrating the skills of developmental neuroscientists, reproductive and metabolic disease physicians with ongoing collaborations with researchers all over the World

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The Centre

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Meet our Team

Our team is formed of basic research scientists, medical doctors and clinicians  – all bringing their diverse expertise to better understand reproductive and metabolic bla bla bla

Key Research Area
Reproductive Neuroendocrinology

Read about some of our latest projects that have helped identify the importance of tanycytic function in regulating the access of peripheral hormones to key hypothalamic regions controlling reproductive and energy homeostatic function.

Principal Investigators

Vincent Prevot

Lab Director

Vincent is a World Leader in the field of tanycyte function. Click here to find out more about Vincent’s work

Paolo Giacobini

Group Leader

Expert on developmental neuroscience & PCOS. Click here to find out more about Paolo’s work

Sebastien Bouret

Group Leader

Targeting methods to treat obesity disorders. Click here to find out more about Sebastien’s work

Ariane Sharif

PI & University Lecturer (Lille 2)

Interests: glial cells regulate neuroendocrine processes

Benedicte Dehouck

PI & University Lecturer (Artois)

Studies blood-brain-barrier interfaces. Click here to find out more about Benedicte’s work

Marc Baroncini

PI & Neurosurgeon (CHRU)

Hypothalamic control of metabolism and eating disorders. 

Key Research Area
Metabolic Homeostasis

Read about some of our latest projects that have helped identify the importance of tanycytic function in regulating the access of peripheral hormones to key hypothalamic regions controlling reproductive and energy homeostatic function.

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How to Find Us

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  • Phone: +33 03 20 29 88 50
  • Email: vincent.prevot@inserm.fr