A web event not to be missed: The RBUCE-UP fellows on TV!

InSitu UniverSud Paris own webTv magazine, will be broadcasting its first issue entitled "The incoming researchers mobility within the plateau de Saclay". The live broadcast will take place at the beginning of October and builds on RBUCE-UP’s mobility experience. Through the testimonies and interviews of RBUCE-UP’s Chairs of Excellence and Institutional guests you will find out what mobility means for both the researchers’ professional careers and the institutions that receive them.
It will also be possible to ask live questions!

To get a taste of work in progress, do take a pick at the photos in our facebook gallery. More photos and videos to come everyday!

We will keep you informed of the broadcasting date and website.

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RBUCE-UP chair : research without borders at UVSQ


Three articles and an interview have recently been published about Dr. Stéphane Vinit, one of the RBUCE-UP laureates. Stéphane Vinit is a neuroscience researcher recruited in 2012 by the Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University. He works within the group of clinical and technological research on disability on a scientific project entitled Recovery from incomplete cervical spinal cord injury: therapeutic approaches to functionally improve respiratory insufficiency.

The first article entitled "Un second souffle pour le handicap" is published on the UVSQ website, the second one “La science au service du souffle” in the journal called "Le Petit Quentin", and the third one "La santé: un espoir pour les paraplégiques" in "Le Parisien". The interview was conducted during the television program "Le journal de la santé" on France 5.




Reading references for the three articles:

- Cymes, M. (Janvier 2014). La santé: un espoir pour les paraplégiques. Le Parisien

- Burette, E. (décembre 2013). La science au service du souffle. Le Petit Quentin. n° 292. p. 30

- Tomasini, C. (juillet 2013). Un second souffle pour le handicap


For more information about Stéphane Vinit's research: The Vinit Lab