À propos

Luc Buée is a French scientist (CNRS Research Director). Head of the Inserm laboratory « Alzheimer & Tauopathies » at the Jean-Pierre Aubert Research Centre, University of Lille, France. He has worked on Alzheimer disease and related disorders for more than twenty five years. He started his work on the role of proteoglycans in Alzheimer's disease with a PhD training at Mount Sinai Medical Center, NYC. He was then involved in the initial characterization of tau aggregates among neurodegenerative disorders. He has then developed experimental models to better understand tau aggregation and propagation. His group is currently working on the atypical Tau functions, the pathophysiological consequences of neurofibrillary degeneration in Alzheimer disease and Tauopathies. Luc Buée is also involved in different scientific advisory boards and operating committees in the field of AD. From 2012-2016, he was also a delegate at the Inserm Board for scientific evaluations in Neurosciences (CSS 6). Since Oct. 2017, he is the vice-president of the French Society for Neuroscience.

Informations concernant l'équipe

Nom de l'équipe : Alzheimer & Tauopathies
Équipe affiliée : Oui
Site web : http://lucbuee.fr/
Adresse : Place de Verdun, 59045, Lille, France
Membres de l'équipe : Luc Buee

Informations scientifiques

Domaines de recherche neurobiologie
Organite/ Compartiment cytosquelette: microtubules
endosomes/lysosomes
membrane plasmique
noyau
Techniques imagerie confocale
immuno-me
microscopie electronique
systemes in vitro
videomicroscopie
Modèles cellulaires cellules primaires
souris, rat