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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: "Nutritional strategy to reduce sarcopenia in the under nourished elderly: enrichment of a food in probiotics "energy saver" » (Equipe Improving).
  • Gaîa LEPINE : "Metabolic reorientations induced by protein nutritional transitions. Modeling metabolic adaptations to plant proteins and biomarkers" (Equipe Improving).
  • Kassandra Lanchais : "Multimodal prevention of mobility during inflammatory rheumatism and identification of biomarkers of muscle health" (ASMS team).
  • Jing Young Clara KIM : "Metabolic signatures resulting from acute ingestion (postprandial) of yoghurt or milk in humans: effect of age" (Improving team).
  • Yohan REYNAUD : "Development of tools and in vitro methods to understand and simulate the digestion of plant protein foods" (Improving team).
  • Delphine LE GUENNEC : "Overweight and breast cancer: effect of moderate physical activity on the anti-tumor immune response" (ECREIN team).
  • Céline DALLE : "Lipidomic profiling of oxylipins to evaluate health and its links with diet" (Nutrivasc team).
  • Julianne TOURON : "Mitochondrial muscle effects of hypoxia induced by cardiorespiratory limitation: effects of excentric exercise" (ASMS team).
  • Mael GAINCHE : "PLANTINAUV" (ECREIN team).
  • Juliette CHOLET : "Valorisation of bioactive plant ingredients from Auvergne plants" (ECREIN team).
  • Stéphanie MONNERIE : "Contribution of modeling for better stratification of at-risk populations" (PFEM plateform).
  • Thibault LEGER : "Active compounds in the cardioprotective effect of n-3 polysunsaturated fatty acids in myocardial ischemia and mechanisms of action" (ASMS team).
  • Natalia VAZQUEZ MANJARREZ : "Identification and validation of new biomarkers of consumption by a metabolomic approach" (Nutrivasc team).
  • Jérémy TOURNAYRE : "Identification of epigenetic modifications as biomarkers of predisposition to metabolic disorders"  (Improving team).
  • Réa BINGULA : "Prebiotic, intestinal and pulmonary microbiota. Preventive interest and cancer" (ECREIN team).