PREMSTEM meeting May 2022
Our first consortium meeting of 2022 was an opportunity to discuss the latest updates from our labs and to plan our annual meeting
What’s great about being a scientist?
11 February is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. To celebrate this day, we asked some of the PREMSTEM team why they like working in science!
End of year message
PREMSTEM Project Coordinator, Professor Pierre Gressens, reflects on our progress and activities in 2021
Raising awareness and funds for cerebral palsy
The PREMSTEM team has been getting active for STEPtember.
2021 Annual meeting
The hybrid event took place on 28 September 2021 with partners attending both online and in person
Doctor Cindy Bokobza awarded the 2021 Harmonie Mutuelle Alzheimer Prize
The PREMSTEM researcher was rewarded for her original approach to neurodegenerative diseases
Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2021
Implemented by UNESCO, this day is celebrated every year on 11 February to promote women and girls in science, and promote full and equal access to, and participation in, science for women and girls.
To mark the day, we asked two of PREMSTEM’s female researchers for their reflections of being a woman undertaking a career in science.
Raising money for people living with cerebral palsy
This September, the PREMSTEM team participated in STEPtember to raise money for a good cause
A lifeline for premature born babies: Funding announced for new stem cell research
A group of researchers from across the globe is developing a new stem cell therapy to regenerate the brain damage caused by premature birth