Detailed presentation of the research activities of the SANE team
SANE was primarily the bioelectromagnetism team of the bioelectronics group created in 1989 by the École Pratique des Hautes Études. The team has focused on the study of the biological effects of electromagnetic fields on animals and cells. It is made up of biologists and biophysicists, working closely with electronics engineers from the bioelectronics group. The research activity is dedicated to the theme ” health and environment “, in which the electromagnetic environment particularly concerns the “extremely-low frequencies” (ELF) fields and the “radiofrequencies” (RF) fields of wireless communications, to the mechanisms underlying these effects, at the biophysical, biochemical and biological levels. SANE is responsible for the Living platform of the IMS laboratory.
Potential therapeutic applications of pulsed electric fields are presented within the TIPS themes.