Covid-19 : Un phénomène de « mort cellulaire programmée » chez les patients hospitalisés.

“La recherche médicale est fondamentale pour que l’on puisse aboutir à une véritable Europe de la santé”.

Robert Barouki, auditionné par la commission « Affaires européennes et internationales », revient sur la priorité selon lui pour construire une Europe de la santé

#confinement : Les bons plans des collègues

Diabète : une molécule protectrice produite par notre propre microbiote intestinal

Towards a Better System for Identifying Endocrine Disruptors

Artificial Intelligence Facilitates Chemical Toxicity Evaluation: the Case of Bisphenol S

Une intelligence artificielle détecte la toxicité de substances chimiques

Metastatic Lung Cancer: A Targeted Therapy to Improve Treatment Efficacy

Inserm Award 2018 : Robert Barouki won the OPECST prize

The OPECST-Inserm prize, awarded each year to a researcher who has distinguished himself in the field of research valorization and his ability to be in dialogue with the expectations of society and citizens’ questions about their health. (OPECST : Parliamentary Office for the Evaluation of Scientific and Technological Options)

Inserm Award 2016 : Celine Tomkiewicz won the Innovation prize

Man could he fit himself? Robert Barouki – 2/1/16

While human capacities in terms of sporting achievements and longevity seem capped, our environment is disturbed by the effects of two centuries of technological progress. Pesticides, endocrine disruptors, air pollution, water, climate change and even nanotechnology now threaten our survival. Will we adapt? (RFI)

 Health survey : Can we treat rheumatism? François Rannou – 2/2/16

Joint pain on waking, frozen shoulder, deformed fingers … In France, more than 11 million people suffer from inflammatory and degenerative rheumatism. (Allodocteurs, France 5)

COP21: Climate change will lead to health effects, Robert Barouki – 28/11/15

As we enter the global climate conference in Paris on Monday, doctors and experts agree that climate change has on health effects. According to WHO, between 2030 and 2050, climate change could result in nearly 250,000 additional deaths per year. (BFMTV)

 Caries soon, our auto repair teeth!, Odile Kellermann – 23/4/15

With the discovery of stem cells and by activating it should be possible to stimulate the regrowth of tooth tissue. (Le Point)