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Rachid EL FATIMY

Rachid EL FATIMY
Rachid EL FATIMY
Research Fellow in Neurology
Harvard Medical School
USA

Biography

Dr. El Fatimy received his PhD from the Ecole Normale Supérieure / University Paris VI, France 2010 and completed his postdoctoral training at Laval University (Canada) and Harvard Medical School (USA). Dr. El Fatimy is currently research associate at the department of Neurology at Harvard Medical School & Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. El Fatimy has a background in Biochemistry, Neurobiology, and Cancer Biology, and his overall goal is to develop basic microRNA research toward a cure for human brain disorders such Alzheimer. Dr. El Fatimy has received multiple Fellowship awards from Cell Stress Society International, the French Ministry of Research and Technology (MRT), FRM, Canadian Institute of Health Research and he has authored and co-authored scientific papers in high impact journals, invited book chapters and review articles.

Research Interest

As a researcher, the major goal of my interest research is to identify key mechanisms and principles that govern the establishment of neuronal connectivity, neuroprotection against stress and/or aggregate protein (neurodegeneration) and human Glioblastoma (Cancer). The morphogenesis and differentiation of axons, dendrites, and synapses represent critical events that orchestrate neuronal connectivity in the brain and Spinal Cord.

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