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Background Information

Employment History

E-PHY-SCIENCE


Officer

Legion of Honor


Founder and Director

Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology Institute


Laboratory Researcher

University of Nice , France


Affiliations

Moleac Pte Ltd

Chairman of Scientific Advisory Board


Academia Europaea

Member


French Academy of Sciences

Member


Belgian Academy of Medicine

Member


Smartox Biotechnology

Scientific Advisory Board Member


l'Academie

Member


CNRS

Founder


Fondation Leducq

European Member


IPMC

Founder


Education

chemical engineering


doctorate

biochemistry


Web References(48 Total References)


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Michel Lazdunski
World-renowned scientist, Prof. Michel Lazdunski has made internationally recognized contributions to research in pharmacology and pathology, ranging from understanding the mechanisms underlying antihypertensives, antidiabetics, and anesthetics, to the mechanisms of pain, cardiac arrhythmia, convulsions, and cerebral ischemia. Professor Lazdunski is the international specialist of ion channels and their pharmacology and over the last 25 years, he and his team have elucidated the molecular properties of the structure and functioning of ion channels. Professor Lazdunski is a professor of pharmacology at the University of Nice and the Institut Universitaire de France; he is the founder and Director of the CNRS Institute of Molecular and Cell Pharmacology in Sophia Antipolis. Professor Lazdunski has received several prestigious awards, such as the Grand Prix of the French Academy of Sciences for biological research (Charles Léopold Mayer Prize) in 1983, the International Society for Cardiac Research Prize in 1984, the Athéna Foundation - Institut de France Prize in 1991, and the Grand Prix of the French Academy of Sciences for research of importance to the medical field. In 1991, he received the Bristol-Myers Foundation Neuroscience Award. He won the CNRS Gold Medal in 2000. Professor Lazdunski is a member of several academies, including the French Academy of Sciences. He serves on a number of scientific and administration boards. He is also an officer of the Legion of Honor and of the National Order of Merit. Professor Lazdunski will play a key role in guiding the Moleac team in the stroke and migraine therapeutic areas of research.


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Michel Lazdunski
Chairman of Scientific Advisory Board World-renowned specialist of pharmacology of ion channels, Prof. Michel Lazdunski has made internationally recognized contributions to basic and applied research in pharmacology and pathology. These range from understanding the mechanisms underlying antihypertensives, antidiabetics, and anesthetics, to the mechanisms of cerebral ischemia, cardiac arrhythmia, convulsions and pain perception. Over the last 30 years, Prof. Lazdunski and his team have not only elucidated the molecular properties of the structure and functioning of ion channels, they have used a highly diverse and sophisticated pharmacological arsenal to shed new light on the role of these ion channels and other ion transport systems in a wide range of diseases and pathological conditions. Prof. Michel Lazdunski received the CNRS Gold Medal, the highest French scientific distinction as well as the Jung Foundation Gold Medal for Science and Research. He has received other prestigious awards such as the Grand Prix of the French Academy of Sciences for biological research (Charles Leopold Mayer Prize), the International Society for Cardiac Research Prize, the Bristol-Myers Foundation Neuroscience Award, the Athena Foundation - Institut de France Prize, the Grand Prix of the French Academy of Sciences for research of importance to the medical field and the Grand Prix of the French Foundation for Medical Research. Prof. Michel Lazdunski is a member of several academies, including the Academia Europaea and the French Academy of Sciences. He is also a member of the Belgian Academy of Medicine.


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Prof Michel Lazdunski (Chairman of Scientific Advisory Board)


www.moleac.com

In January 2011, Prof Michel Lazdunski, Vice President Research of Moleac, receives Gold Medal from Jung Foundation for Science and Research for his work on ion channels.
Milestones in 2010 Moleac has been awarded the Emerging Company Award of the year 2010 by Biospectrum - the leading integrated media platform for the Life Science Industry in the Asia Pacific. In January 2010, a team led by Prof. Lazdunski has established the novel mechanism of action of NeuroAid showing that it increases neurogenesis, neurites outgrowth and synaptogenesis.


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