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Proteasome & Autophagy Congress 2020

9th Proteasome & Autophagy Congress - Clermont-Ferrand - April 22-24th, 2020

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Summer School in Nutrition 2019

Summer School in Nutrition 2019

Nutrition from yesterday to today, and that of tomorrow
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FRM 2018

FRM Label Ceremony - PROTEOSTASIS team

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 'HIBERNATUS' project

'HIBERNATUS' Project - I-site Clermont 2019-2020

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'FruiSénior' Project

'FruiSénior' Project I-site Clermont

Development of food matrices based on fruit pastes as vectors of proteins or carbohydrates for the prevention and management of protein-energy...
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"CANABOLISM" Project

Study of the potential links between the endocannabinoid system, the ectopic accumulation of lipids in skeletal muscle, the development of anabolic...
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"BIOAGE" Project

Identification of the changes accounting for the interindividual variability of the response to muscle aging and, characterization of the underlying...
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"GERMLEG" Project

Evaluation of the germinative capacity of wheat/peas seeds obtained from intercrops as compared to single-crop grown in organic farming and study of...
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"LIPOXAR" Project

Multimodal prevention of loss of mobility during inflammatory rheumatisms, identification of biomarkers of muscle health.
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Human Nutrition Research Unit

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Contribute to innovative nutritional strategies to support a long lifespan without disability, reduce health risks, and preserve the mobility and quality of life of the elderly.

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The Joint Reserch Unit 1019 have been created in 2006 between INRA and University Clermont Auvergne.

It is located on : Centre INRA ARA (Site de Theix) et Faculty of Medicine (Site Dunant, Clermont-Ferrand).

It is composed of 162 persons among with 127 permanent positions.

  • Director  : André MAZUR
  • Assistant Directors : Dominique DARDEVET et Didier REMOND                         
  • Administratif assistant : Jérôme GAUMET
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