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Section de médecine fondamentale Faculté de Médecine Université de Genève

Address Section de médecine fondamentale Faculté de Médecine Université de Genève
Rue Michel-Servet 1
1211
CH-Genève 4
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Projects

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Phagocytosis and host-pathogen interactions: a genetic approach using Dictyostelium
Cosson Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.05.2005 30.04.2008 Project funding

The functional impact of the transcription factor Pax4 on pancreatic beta-cell plasticity: An in vitro and in vivo approach
Gauthier Benoit Raymond University of Geneva - GE 01.04.2005 31.03.2008 Project funding

Molecular mechanisms ensuring recognition, ingestion and killing of bacteria by amoebae
Cosson Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.05.2014 30.04.2017 Project funding

Importance of glutamate pathways for beta cell function studied in vitro and in glutamate dehydrogenase KO mice
Maechler Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.04.2005 31.03.2008 Project funding

Killing of bacteria in phagosomes: biochemistry, genetics and specificity.
Cosson Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.05.2021 30.04.2025 Project funding

Organization and function of the endocytic pathway: a genetic analysis
Cosson Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.05.2011 30.04.2014 Project funding

International Dictyostelium Conference 2017
Cosson Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.07.2017 30.09.2017 Scientific Conferences

Molecular mechanisms responsible for the biogenesis, disruption and restoration of epithelial architecture
Montesano Roberto University of Geneva - GE 01.10.2006 30.09.2009 Project funding

ABCD Antibodies: Recombinant antibodies for research
Cosson Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.07.2022 30.06.2026 Bridge - Discovery

Bactericidal mechanisms in phagocytic cells
Cosson Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.05.2017 30.04.2021 Project funding

Insulin action in the liver: signaling pathways and regulation of gene expression
Iynedjian Patrick Bernard University of Geneva - GE 01.04.2006 31.03.2008 Project funding

Characterization and physiological relevance of the two major Ca2+ entry pathways of endothelial cells
Frieden Maud University of Geneva - GE 01.04.2005 31.03.2008 Project funding

Control of endocrine pancreatic function: dissecting the connexindependent pathway
Meda Paolo University of Geneva - GE 01.10.2005 30.09.2008 Project funding

Interactive neuroendocrine control of metabolic homeostasis and its defects in obesity/type 2 diabetes
Rohner-Jeanrenaud Françoise University of Geneva - GE 01.04.2008 31.03.2011 Project funding

Mitochondrial function and glutamate pathways in the control of metabolic homeostasis
Maechler Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.04.2008 31.03.2011 Project funding

Phagocytosis and Macropinocytosis, a mechanistic view
Cosson Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.03.2019 28.02.2023 Croatian-Swiss Research Programme
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