The Aliénor fund donates 167,894 euros to the Poitiers University Hospital for health research and medical innovation

167,894 euros! This is the amount that the Aliénor fund has decided to give to the University Hospital of Poitiers to contribute to the financing of research.

In total, since its creation, 1,510,819.33 euros will have been collected and donated to the Poitiers University Hospital by the Aliénor fund as part of its mission to promote and develop health research and medical innovation at the University Hospital. from Poitiers.

38 medical and paramedical research projects and innovative equipment will thus have benefited from the generosity of as many people as possible.

On behalf of researchers, administrators and Frédérick Gersalsponsor of the fund, Anne Costa, president of the Aliénor fund and general director of the Poitiers University Hospital, sends her warmest thanks to all the donors, individuals, associations, companies, for their great generosity. Their mobilization was exemplary during the collections organized in 2023. Their loyalty is an encouragement for all the doctors and paramedical staff involved in research at Poitiers University Hospital.

This sum of 167,894 euros breaks down as follows:

– 25,000 euros for the oncology research work of the Professor Nicolas ISAMBERToncologist;

– 25,100 euros for research work in nephrology-hemodialysis of Professor Frank BRIDOUXnephrologist;

– 20,210 euros for the research work of doctor Matthieu EGLOFF on epigenetic markers of environmental risk factors linked to autism;

– 15,604 euros to the research work of Professor Nicolas LEVEZIEL on cell therapy in a model of retinal degeneration, the RCS rat;

– 15,600 euros for the research work of Professor Jiad MCHEIK on cell transplantation to treat deep and extensive burns in children;

– 13,450 euros in the study by Amandine FERNANDES on the impact of virtual reality on pain management during therapeutic care in children hospitalized in pediatric oncology and hematology;

– 13,200 euros to the study of doctor Thomas KERFORNE on the anticipation of the fate of an organ before harvesting to promote the success of the transplant;

– 12,496 euros to the study of doctor Adrien JULIAN on the evaluation of the evolution of the autonomy of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease through the analysis of smartphone usage data;

– 11,685 euros to the study of doctor Florent CARSUZAA on the treatment of nasal-sinus polyposis;

– 4,455 euros for research work by Aurélie GIRAULT and Anthony LAMY on the study of the impact of relaxing music and light on the anxiety and delirium of patients in intensive care in the cardiac surgery department;

– 2,425 euros for the research work of Professor Matthieu BOISSON on antiseptics and bacterial resistance in the prevention of nosocomial infections in surgery;

– 661 ​​euros to the study of doctor Claire LAFAY-CHEBASSIER on the microbiota, smoking cessation and relapse, difference between active smokers, abstinent smokers and non-smokers;

– 1,880 euros to the study of Guillaume DAVY on the comparison of the effectiveness of ultrasound versus infrared assistance techniques, compared to the standard approach of placing a peripheral venous line in people with difficult venous access;

– 1,848 euros At regional cancer center and its workshops as part of Pink October;

– 1,580 euros for the research work of Professor Frédéric MILLOT on the study of pediatric chronic myelogenous leukemia for better care of children and adolescents;

– 1,000 euros for the work of Professor Christophe JAYLE, cardio-thoracic surgeon;

– 400 euros for the work of Professor Michel WAGER, neurosurgeon;

– 1,300 euros for Freyja’s house, the women’s center of Poitiers University Hospital.

With a view to diversifying the areas of research supported by the Aliénor fund, it has decided to retain, after expertise from its scientific committee, six new projects, including two paramedical research projects:

Adaptation and standardization of the RL-RI16 verbal episodic memory test in French Sign Language – Pierre-Alexandre BERARD, speech therapist

24 months | Total cost of the project: €74,917

Impact of Virtual Reality on patient PAIN during lower limb revascularization by endovascular surgery under local anesthesia with sedation – randomized pilot study – Amélie PETIT, operating room nurse, and Frédérique REBOURGEARD, healthcare executive

18 months | Total cost of the project: €74,344

APPLIED PROTEOMICS TO UNDERSTAND DIABETIC NEPHRopathy: USE OF DATA FROM THE TODAY-2, Renal-HEIR and Surdiagene Cohorts – Professor Pierre-Jean SAULNIER, medical coordinator of the clinical investigation center

18 months | Total cost of the project: €74,953

Impact of Vagal Nerve Stimulation on Brain Inflammation and Success of Neural Stem Cell Transplantation in a Rat Model of Acute Traumatic Brain Injury – Pr Nathalie NASR, neurologist

24 months | Total cost of the project: €125,000 | Budget requested from the Aliénor fund: €75,000

A new gene involved in motor deficits and autism spectrum disorders – Dr Frédéric BILAN, geneticist

24 months | Total cost of the project: €47,000 | Budget requested from the Aliénor fund: €35,000 |

Impact of telemedicine on the medical decision to refer to the emergency room during a medical regulation call for a child with acute dyspnea – Dr Nicolas MARJANOVIC, emergency physician

12 months | Total cost of the project: €64,153

Health is one of the challenges of our society. All the efforts we devote to research reflect our collective desire to contribute to ever more effective therapeutic responses for our patients and offer a healthier future.

And as the sponsor of the Aliénor fund reminds us, Frédérick Gersaljournalist and storyteller:

“Deep down (Eleanor), medicine is a gift and, believe me, GIVING makes you happy! “.

Find out more: https://www.fonds-alienor.fr/

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