08 - 12 June 2015
Différenciation des commandes automatique et volontaire de la ventilation, régulation fonctionnelle selon les activités engagées (ex: toux, parole, activité physique) et conditionnement respiratoire.
Au cours de la DLA l'experte proposera des moyens simples dans lesquels les concepts peuvent être testés dans la salle de classe en utilisant des matériaux simples et facilement disponibles.
Estelle Durand has begun her research in ethology by observing social insects while studying at the University of Tours. Then she has focused on molecular and cellular biology to study the mechanisms of ocular pain at the Neuroscience Institute of Alicante in Spain. 15 years ago, she started working with newborn or young rodents considered as study models for children's diseases. Estelle has carried out her research at Inserm in Paris, she founded and chaired a start-up, PhenoPups, a company specializing in the pediatric preclinical services based at the Robert Debré Hospital in Paris. Today Estelle has specialized in the study of neonatal development and the development of non-invasive methodologies for exploring in vivo.
- DLA #1: STEM Cells Biology and Planarian Regeneration
- DLA #2: Nanotechnology Around Us
- DLA #3: Watermark: The Anatomy of an Inquiry-Based Science Project
- DLA #4: Exploration of the Respiratory Activity
- DLA #5: Astrobiology and the hunt for life among the stars
- DLA #6: Testing scientific skills: Exploring a protocol to construct exam questions to assess scientific thinking
- DLA #7: Myelin basic protein and how it grew into authentic biology: Empowering students to undertake genuine authentic research
- DLA #8: Mystery Tubes and Tricky Tracks
- DLA #9: Measurement and Assessment in Argument Based Inquiry
- DLA #10: Molecoolar Kitchen
- DLA #11: Mystery Tubes and Tricky Tracks II
- DLA #12: Writing to Learn Activities and Its Use in Inquiry-Based Science Education
- DLA #13: VET-MED