"Ear & Sound" Scientific Workshop - UNESCO Week of Sound NICE 2021

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Published on May 4, 2021 Updated on May 4, 2021

on the June 9, 2021


100% online

Registrations are free but mandatory via carole.baron@univ-cotedazur.fr

This event is part of UNESCO Week of Sound NICE 2021. It is cofunded by UCA Academies of Excellence 4 "Complexity and Diversity of the Living Systems" and 1 "Networks, Information, and Digital Society"




10h – 11h
Prof Jonathan GALE, PhD, Professor in Auditory Cell Biology and Interim Director of the UCL Ear Institute, University College LONDON, UK.
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of damage, repair & regeneration in the inner ear.
Dr Didier DULON, PhD, Research Director INSERM, Head of research Unit “Cinical and Translational Exploration of Sensorineural Hearing Loss”, Université de BORDEAUX, Fr.
Neurophysiology of the auditory synapse.

Dr Fabrice GIRAUDET, PhD, Assistant Professor (MCU HDR), Laboratoire de Biophysique Neurosensorielle, UFR de Médecine et des Professions Paramédicales NEURO-DOL, Université Clermont Auvergne, CLERMONT-FERRAND, Fr.
Pathophysiological mechanisms of pain & hearing disorders.


Prof Jean-Luc PUEL, PhD, Professor in Neurosciences and Director of Montpellier Neurosciences Institute, Université de MONTPELLIER, Fr.
Neurobiology, physiology & pathophysiology of hearing: deafness, tinnitus & therapies.

Dr Aziz El AMRAOUI, PhD, Research Director INSERM Pasteur Institute, Head of research Unit "Progressive Sensory Disorders, PathoPhysiology and Therapy", Sorbonne University, PARIS, Fr.
Progressive sensory disorders: pathophysiology & therapy.

Dr Saaid SAFIEDDINE, PhD, Research Director CNRS Pasteur Institute, Head of research Unit “Technologies & Gene Therapy for Deafness”, Sorbonne University PARIS, Fr.
Gene therapy & reversal of hearing damages.

EAR & SOUND IN ANIMALS – The transdisciplinary session

15h15 – 16h00
Dr Anne Le Maître PhD, Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at Department of Evolutionary Biology - Unit for Theoretical Biology University of VIENNA, Austria & Associated researcher PALEVOPRIM - UMR 7262 CNRS University of POITIERS, Fr.
Evolution of the Mammalian Ear: An Evolvability Hypothesis.


Dr Travis PARK PhD, Postdoctoral researcher at the national History Museum of London, UK, and Earth Sciences ERC Postdoctoral Research Assistant OXFORD University, UK. 
Convergent evolution in toothed whale cochleae.

Prof Paolo GUIDETTI PhD, Professor of Ecology Université Côte d’Azur & Director of ECOSEAS laboratory, NICE, Fr.
Dr Jérome LEBRUN PhD, CNRS Research Scientist I3S, Head of research Team “SIGNAL”– Université Côte d’Azur, NICE, Fr.
Dr Audrey GALVE PhD, CNRS Research Scientist GEOAZUR, – Université Côte d’Azur, NICE, Fr.
“NAUTILUS” – Marine Noise in the ligurian sea: From systematic signal analysis to impact on Marine Species.

Partners :

Renaud DAVID david.r@chu-nice.fr
Alice GUYON aguyon@ipmc.cnrs.fr
Nicolas CAPET capet.n@chu-nice.fr
Nicolas GUEVARRA guevara.n@chu-nice.fr
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