Institute of Environmental Medicine

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The Institute of Environmental Medicine (IEM) is partner of Paris 8 University, of IMASSA (French Army’s Institute of Aerospace Medicine) and of “Architecture et Développement” (Sonia Cortesse).[1] Created the year 1987 in Paris and launched by Jacques Fradin, it consists of a team of research neuroscientists and neuroscientists. The IEM is both dedicated to neuroscience research and neuroscience consulting within the transfer of innovative management skills, in order to offer neuroscience and behavioral sciences resources to economic, institutional and social authorities, within the framework of sustainable development. The IEM is a French OSEO Innovation partner company.

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