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INS

INTEGRATING ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL APPROACHES

The Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes (INS, UMR1106) is a multidisciplinary research institute of Inserm and Aix-Marseille University located on La Timone Campus in Marseille, France. INS members are comprised of academic faculty and clinicians of La Timone Hospital (APHM) institutions, as well as Inserm and CNRS researchers. The research program at INS is focused on understanding the complex dynamics of the brain and altogether, we capitalize on our symbiotic proficiencies by integrating experimental, theoretical and clinical approaches towards understanding brain function and dysfunction.

 

OUR RESEARCH

 

INS is positioned as a world-class neuroscience institute with many proficiencies and achievements. According to the HCERES evaluation completed in 2017, INS “has strengths in modelling, theory and data collection”, “clear potentials for translational science” and has “has a terrific set of resources and expertise with some achievements to its credit”. We believe it is our three pillars of scientific exploration that has qualified us to receive such favourable acknowledgements.

 
Click her to find out more about our research groups, the respective team members and current projects underway.

Click her to find out more about our research groups, the respective team members and current projects underway.

Click here to find out more about the latest INS research news and events. Here we showcase our scientific impact, and moreover, how our research is bridging gaps between discovery and application.

Click here to find out more about the latest INS research news and events. Here we showcase our scientific impact, and moreover, how our research is bridging gaps between discovery and application.

Click here to take an inside look at the INS campus, our clinics and platforms.

Click here to take an inside look at the INS campus, our clinics and platforms.

 
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