, What are the criteria to get an academic position in these Institutes? What is the typical profile of training? How to get promoted when you have an academic position? The four invited Presidents are: Valérie Crépel (Marseille)-President of INSERM CsS "Neuroscience" Pascal Barone (Toulouse)-President of CoNRS section 26 "Cerveau, cognition, comportement" Philippe Faure (Paris)-President of CoNRS commission 25, INSERM committee (section EE9), CNU 69 in a roundtable format, around the following questions: The role of the French Research (CNRS/INSERM) and University Institutes

. Barone,


, SP07, Neurosciences in the Mediterranean basin in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. / Les neurosciences dans le bassin méditerranéen dans l'Antiquité et le Moyen-âge. Chairs: F. Clarac (Marseille) On the discovery of the brain in Greco-roman Antiquity

A. Debru, Paris) Memory and Imagination in Arabic and Latin Medieval Tradition. / Mémoire et imagination au Moyen-âge dans la tradition arabe et latine

J. Chandelier,

, Head and brain diseases': the point of view of some medieval physicians

, / La tête et les maladies du cerveau : le point de vue de quelques médecins médiévaux

M. Katouzian-safadi, From texts to bones: theories and practices of cranial surgery in the Middle Ages, / Des textes aux ossements : théories et pratiques de la chirurgie crânienne au Moyen-Âge

S. Bédécarrats,