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Groupe de Recherche Clinique et Technologique sur le Handicap (GRCTH) - Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

Stéphane Vinit

Scientist

Informations générales

Statut : Chercheur
Discipline : Médecine et santé
Composante : UFR des sciences de la santé Simone Veil
Courriel : stephane.vinit@uvsq.fr

Fonction(s)

Professor in therapeutics, University of Versailles St Quentin-en-Yvelines
Head of the home ventilation unit , Intensive care department of the Raymond Poincaré University Hospital (Garches, 92)
Associate medical coordinator of the clinical and technological investigation center INSERM 805

Curriculum Vitae

DIPLOMAS: PhD in Neuroscience (2006), Université Paul
Cézanne, Marseille, France.

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:
Scientist (Université Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines) – 07/2012 à 06/2014.
Postdoc / Research Associate (University of Wisconsin-Madison) - 06/2007 to 06/2012.
Postdoc (Université Paul Cézanne) - 01/2007 to 06/2007.
Temporary Assistant Professor (ATER) (Université Paul Cézanne) - 04/2006 à 08/2006.

Activités de recherche

RESEARCH: Plasticity and functional restoration of the respiratory function following high cervical spinal cord injury.

PUBLICATIONS: H index = 6
18 publications since 2005. Five examples:
1 - Vinit S., Windelborn J.A., Mitchell G.S. (2011) Lipopolysaccharide reduces phrenic long-term facilitation following acute intermittent hypoxia in rats. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, 176:130-135.
2 - Vinit S., Lovett-Barr M.R., Mitchell G.S. (2009). Intermittent hypoxia induces functional recovery following cervical spinal injury. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, Invited review, 169(2):210-7.
3 - Vinit S., Darlot F., Stamegna J.C., Sanchez P., Gauthier P., Kastner A. (2008) Long-term reorganization of respiratory pathways after partial cervical spinal cord injury Restorative respiratory pathways after partial cervical spinal cord injury: role of ipsilateral phrenic afferents. European Journal of Neurosciences, 27(4) :897-908.
4 - Vinit S., Stamegna J.C., Boulenguez P., Gauthier P., Kastner A. (2007). Restorative respiratory pathways after partial cervical spinal cord injury: role of ipsilateral phrenic afferents. European Journal of Neurosciences, 25(12):3551-60.
5 - Vinit S., Gauthier P., Stamegna J.C., Kastner A. (2006). High cervical lateral spinal cord injury results in long-term ipsilateral hemidiaphragm paralysis. Journal of Neurotrauma, 23(7): 1137-1146.

REVIEWING SERVICE:
Editorial Board Member of World Journal of Respirology (2011-2015).
Reviewer for: BMC Neuroscience / Experimental Neurology / International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience / Journal of Neuroscience / Journal of Applied Physiology / Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology / Saudi Medical Journal / and others.

Dernière mise à jour de cette page : 28 novembre 2012


Professor Frédéric Lofaso

Coordinator of EA 4497 
Head of the department of Physiology,
Functionnal Explorations of Raymond Poincaré Hospital

104 Bld Raymond Poincaré
92380 GARCHES

f.lofaso@rpc.aphp.fr
Tél. : 01 47 10 79 41

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