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Welcome Marin ! Bienvenue Marin !

Marin Lepercq est arrivé à IDÉE ce 16 juin 2017 où il a retrouvé sa famille après deux mois de voyage à vélo entre la Bulgarie et la France.

Marin Lepercq arrived at IDEE on June 16, 2017, where he is reunited with his family after two months of cycling between Bulgaria and France.

L’Institut des Épilepsies – IDÉE est particulièrement heureux d’accueillir MARIN à l’occasion de son retour en France après plus de 3000 km à vélo en solitaire.
The Epilepsy  Institute- IDÉE is particularly pleased to welcome MARIN on the occasion of his return to France after a solitary journey of more than 3000 km.

Parti le 18 avril 2017 de Sofia en Bulgarie, après un contrat de travail de 6 mois comme technicien hotline, Marin, atteint d’épilepsie sévère depuis l’âge de 3 ans et porteur d’un stimulateur du nerf vague, a traversé 8 pays à vélo.
Marin left on April 18, 2017 from Sofia to Bulgaria, after a 6-month work contract as a hotline technician. He has crossed alone 8 countries despite severe epilepsy since the age of 3.  Marin is carrying a vagus nerve stimulator.

Marin était équipé d’un casque de protection intégral, de genouillères hautes protections résistantes pour ce circuit d’endurance et d’un traceur GPS donnant sa position géographique 4 fois par jour.
Marin was equipped with a full protective helmet, strong protective knee pads for this endurance circuit and a GPS tracer giving its geographical position 4 times a day.

Marin a prouvé en relevant ce défi qu’on pouvait vivre autrement son épilepsie, pratiquer un sport, être autonome malgré les crises d’épilepsie. Défi gagnant !

Marin proved by taking up the challenge that one could  live his epilepsy differently, to practice a sport, to be autonomous in spite of epileptic seizures. Challenge Won!

Vidéo de son frère Thibaud, qui l’a accompagné 6 jours de Prague à Passau (▶︎ source)

Reportage réalisé à cette occasion par FR3 Auvergne Rhône-Alpes / Lyon (© France 3 Auvergne Rhône-Alpes) (▶︎ source)

IDÉE Research department

The « idée research » department provides about 500 m2 of laboratory and office space to academic research teams of the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center (CRNL). These teams can, within the framework of collaborative projects, accommodate in the short or medium term collaborative research projects carried out by external teams as long as these projects are dedicated to translational research in epilepsy.

At present, two CRNL research teams and one CRNL technology platform for molecular biology research are present at “idée”. The TIGER (Translational and Integrative Group in Epilepsy Research) team is co-headed by Dr. Laurent Bezin and Dr. Sylvain Rheims. The GenDev (Genetics of Development) team is led by Pr. Patrick Edery.

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IDÉE Arts & Therapies department

The Epilepsy Institute has made available ∼100 m2 for the development of a “Arts & Therapies” sector, in addition to the exhibit gallery located in the main lobby of the Institute.

This gallery has the advantage for patients and their relatives of offering them a space for presenting their artwork, or to exhibit the renowned artists’ work related to brain development or to epilepsy.

The “idée Arts & Therapies” sector constitutes a living-lab enabling the efficacy of the Env’Epi™ program to be assessed

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Artwork of children with epilepsy – Env’Épi program 2013

IDÉE Campus department

Being particularly difficult to diagnose, epilepsy is today the disease that suffers from the largest number of diagnostic errors. It is therefore urgent to implement the necessary means to improve diagnosis and treatment for those affected.

In collaboration with the authorities of the French Ministries of Health and of Education, the teaching staff of the Epilepsy Institute, mainly composed of volunteers, will contribute to continuing education, training and support for healthcare professionals involved in the management of epilepsy.

 

The IDÉE Campus dept
was supported by
APICIL Prévoyance