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The Sleeping Brain

4 oct. 2019
Paris - Campus Jussieu de Sorbonne Université - Paris (France)

Sleep is highly conserved across species, despite being a state of heightened vulnerability. This suggests that sleep has crucial functions for the survival and adaption of individuals. Indeed, sleep has been shown to be important for example for metabolism, immune function and cognitive function. This symposium gathers international experts to explore and discuss "The sleeping brain" : mechanisms underlying sleep-related neuronal and glial activity and the role of sleep for cognitive functions such as learning.
Discipline scientifique : Neurosciences

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