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Winner fot the “Prix Galien France 2012” in a state of uncertainty: Genethon is stuck in the starting blocks


Bioproduction arrives in France.

by Agnès Vernet

Le Parisien

A “Nobel Prize” for Genethon

(Reporter : Julien Heyligen)

Genethon Lecture Series:2012, November 30th

Friday November 30th, 2012: « Developing antisense oligonucleotides as a genetic therapy for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy » Pr Francesco Muntoni, Professor of Paediatric Neurology, UCL Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH), Dubowitz Neuromuscular Centre, London, UK.

In Biology, “Big is beautiful”

The Biotherapies Institute which has just been created will include 650 scientists on 4 sites.


Genethon, member of the Biothérapies Institute for Rare Diseases

Rare diseases: an Institute which is unique in the world


Genethon, member of the Biothérapies Institute for Rare Diseases

APM International uk

Genethon, member of the Biotherapies Institute for Rare Diseases

With its Biotherapies Institute for rare diseases, AFM wants to decompartmentalize research.

Genethon, sponsor of the ESGCT and SFTCG collaborative Congress 2012

Genethon is pleased to sponsor the ESGCT 20th Anniversary Congress in collaboration with SFTCG (French Society of Cell and Gene Therapy), which will take place in Versailles from October 26th to 29th 2012 and will gather almost the best of world specialists in the field. Several scientists from Genethon will contribute to the various sessions, both in their … [Read more]

Genethon Lecture Series: 2012, September 14th

 Friday September 14th,2012: « Therapeutic applications of integrase-deficient lentiviral vectors » Dr Rafael J. Yanez-Munoz, Senior Lecturer in Genetics, School of Biological Sciences, Royal Holloway – University of London