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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Université Clermont Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand.

Ongoing PhDs

  • Laurianne DIMINA: "Valuing the plant proteins as blends of high nutritional quality for specific populations. Proof of concept with a new product designed for preventing metabolic dysfunctions in the elderly" (Equipe Improving)
  • Murielle GIRON: "Stratégie nutritionnelle de réduction de la sarcopénie chez les personnes âgées en sous nutritions: développement d’un probiotiques « energy saver » (Equipe Improving).
  • Gaîa LEPINE : "Metabolic reorientations induced by protein nutritional transitions. Modeling metabolic adaptations to plant proteins and biomarkers" (Equipe Improving).
  • Ghita CHAOUKI: "Etude du rôle de la signalisation-elF2a/ATF4dans la mise en place de l'anorexie liée aux états cataboliques inflammatoires (Equipe PROTEOSTASIS).
  • Kassandra Lanchais :"Prévention multimodale de la mobilité au cours des rhumatismes inflammatoires et identification de biomarqueurs de la santé musculaire" (Equipe ASMS).
  • Jing Young Clara KIM : "Signatures métaboliques résultant de l’ingestion aigüe (postprandiale) de yaourt ou de lait chez l’Homme : effet de l'âge" (Equipe Improving).
  • Yohan REYNAUD : "Développement d'outils et de méthodes in vitro pour comprendre et simuler la digestion d'aliments à base de protéines végétales" (Equipe Improving).
  • Delphine LE GUENNEC : "Surpoids et cancer mammaire: effet de l'activité physique modérée sur la réponse immunitaire anti tumorale" (Equipe ECREIN).
  • Céline DALLE : "Profilage lipidomique des oxylipines pour évaluer la santé et ses liens avec l'alimentation" (Equipe Nutrivasc).
  • Julianne TOURON : "Répercussions musculaires mitochondriales de l'hypoxie induite par une limitation cardio-respiratoire : effets déverse de l'exercice" (Equipe ASMS).
  • Mael GAINCHE : "PLANTINAUV" (Equipe ECREIN).
  • Juliette CHOLET : "Valorisation des bio actifs végétaux issus de plantes auvergnates" (Equipe ECREIN).
  • Stéphanie MONNERIE : "Apport de la modélisation pour une meilleure stratification des populations à risque" (plateforme PFEM).
  • Thibault LEGER : "Composés actifs dans l'effet cardioprotecteur des acides gras polysinsaturés n-3 dans l'ischémie myocardique et mécanismes d'action" (Equipe ASMS).
  • Natalia VAZQUEZ MANJARREZ : "Identification et validation de nouveaux biomarqueurs de consommation par une approche métabolomique" (Equipe Nutrivasc).
  • Jérémy TOURNAYRE : "Identification de modifications épigénétiques comme biomarqueurs de la prédisposition aux désordres métaboliques"  (Equipe PROTEOSTASIS).
  • Réa BINGULA : "Prébiotique, microbiote intestinal et pulmonaire. Intérêt préventif et cancer" (Equipe ECREIN).