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Obesity
Team 1   Team 2   Team 3   Team 4   Team 5   Instructions du Projet
 
1. Regulation of food intake and obesity
2. Messengers involved in the homeostatic regulation of food intake
3. Messengers involved in the hedonic regulation of food intake
4. Signalling mechanisms in the arcuate nucleus and the regulation of food intake
5. Treatment of obesity
Instructions du Projet

active learning, any time, any place and anywhere

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Objective: learn biology through Web-based tools and annotated databases
Description of the "Obesity" Project

reddot You are about to start a group-based student project which constitutes the active learning part of the teaching module BCP608 "Signalisation Cellulaire" of Pr IJsbrand Kramer. It is about the development of a website. Its main content must be intelligible for anyone with five years of secondary education but, depending on the subject concerned, it shoud also contain information that is instructive to health care professionals and scientists.

reddot The projet has two aims:

  1. to learn to translate the knowledge and skills you have acquired during the cellular signal transduction course, into a richly illustrated and highly informative website that covers a broad spectrum of subjects dealing with obesity
  2. to make available to society, by means of novel information and communication technology, the fruits of your acquired skills and knowledge.
Teams and their subjects
  1. Regulation of food intake and obesity - Laetitia Bourgeade, Mamadou Bamba Gaye, Laura Guerenne, Marianne Guerinet
  2. Messengers involved in the homeostatic regulation of food intake - Nathalie Authesserre, Guillaume Debourdeau, Eugène Ostrofet, Wilfried Souleyreau
  3. Messengers involved in the hedonic regulation of food intake - Elodie Blanchard, Lucie Blaszczyk, Tifany Deprez, Audrey Dupuy, Nathalie Franzl
  4. Signalling mechanisms in the arcuate nucleus and the regulation of food intake - Priscillia Gross, Fabienne Jean-Baptist, Tristan Siba-Lemba, Kateline Zoror
  5. Treatment of obesity - Aurore Brun, Rémie Eliautout, Johara Nadri, Fanny Soulié
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