Professor Vanderhaeghen’s work on mice shows that time plays a key role in the development of nerve cells in humans. His research, awarded the Generet Prize from the King Baudouin Foundation, opens up therapeutic prospects for certain rare diseases.
Dfor the past three years, the Generet Prize from the King Baudouin Foundation has rewards the work of a researcher on rare diseases. After having rewarded the research of Professor Miikka Vikkula (UCLouvain) on the genetic causes of vascular anomalies and that of Professor Steven Laureys (ULiège) on the altered states of consciousness caused by serious brain injuries, the prize endowed with 1 million euros was presented on Monday to Professor Pierre Vanderhaeghen (KULeuven / ULB), who heads the developmental neurobiology and stem cells laboratory at KULeuven.
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