In 2011, our team led an original project in the Mont-Blanc massif where a real laboratory was set up at the VALLOT Observatory at an altitude of 4300 m to study volunteers spending 7 days in this place to study brain changes during an exposure at high altitude.
In 2015, our team participated in an international scientific expedition to the Himalayas (Manaslu) involving 7 countries and studying cardiorespiratory and metabolic adaptations of 50 volunteer subjects trekking to an altitude of over 5000 m.
These projects have resulted in numerous high-level scientific articles, public communications (conferences, films, TV shows, etc.) and significant media exposure in regional and national media.
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