February 16th, 2013, the 2012 Medical Prizes of Fondation de France were handed to the Collège des Bernardins in Paris. This year, the Prize Bouvet-Labruyère ICM was awarded to Nathalie Sol-Foulon, researcher within the ICM.
The Marie – Ange Bouvet-Labruyère foundation, was created in 2005 by four children of Madam Bouvet-Labruyère. Its mission is to support research on the multiple sclerosis and the diseases of the myéline led within the ICM. In particular the foundation wishes to encourage innovative projects.
Nathalie Sol-Foulon’s works concern neuronal development process with is a key to understand this pathology. Nathalie is researcher in the team ” Mécanismes de re-myélinisation ” in the ICM (Inserm U 975, UMR 7225 CNRS)
Photo : Nathalie Sol-Foulon with Sébastien Bouvet and Pr Alexis Brice.