OPTIMISATION OF POST-OPERATIVE HEPATIC FUNCTION

Reducing the number of patients on the transplant waiting list is a crucial issue for the coming years. In addition to exploiting the possibilities of chronotherapy for liver cancer in order to improve patient management, our team is studying the latest advances in innovative research to optimize post-transplant liver function and resection.

The proximity of our laboratory with the Center HépatoBiliaire (CHB) of the Paul Brousse Hospital recognized internationally for its expertise in hepatobiliary surgery and transplantation, the multidisciplinarity of our team (surgeon, biologists, engineers, mathematicians) associated with our experience on the study of ischemia-reperfusion phenomenon, allows us to gather, within the same unique environment, all the necessary skills to explore the signaling pathways involved in graft lesions and to constantly improve their quality upstream of the transplantation, both experimental and clinical.

In this perspective, our research focuses on three main areas: perfusion machines, biomarkers and associated mathematical models.

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Unité INSERM U935

Campus du CNRS

Bâtiment A, 3ème étage
7 rue Guy Moquet
94801 Villejuif cedex
France
  • +33 (0)1 49 58 34 81

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