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Human Nutrition Unit

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Dr Dominique DARDEVET

Curriculum VItae
Parcours et élément de CV

       Research ctivities           Publications          Curriculum Vitae

Professional Carreer:

1990

Exchange Student" at Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), Prof. MG Buse, Charleston, USA

1994-2006

Associate Professor at l'Unité d'Etude du Métabolisme Azoté - INRA Clermont-Theix

2002-2004

Research Fellow for 3 years at Vanderbilt University, Department of Molecular Physiology & Biophysics, Prof. AD Cherrington, Nashville, USA

2006

Ability to conduct researches" (Université Clermont-Fd I) 

2006-2011

 Professor and team leader  of the team “Nutrition and Protein Signalliing (NSP)” and then  "Nutrition, Metabolisms, Muscme Mass (NuTriM)" at  Unité de Nutrition Humaine UMR 1019. 

2016

Co-director of the Research Unit "Nutrition Humaine" UMR 1019  Clermont-Theix

Others Activities:

  • Competent person at the expert committees of French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (2009-)
  • Member of the Editorial Board of "Nutrition Research Reviews" UK, (since 2006)

Involvement in National research projects:

ANR "Compalimage"  

2006-2009

Food behaviors and quality of aging. Role of inflammatory status, oxidative stress, insulin resistance and certain genetic factors

ANR "SurProl"

2007-2010

Metabolic and functional impact of consumption of milk protein fractions in overweight individuals

ANR "Lipage"

2008-2010

Dietary lipids and inflammatory response: involvement in the development of sarcopenic obesity

ANR "Pronutrial"

2010-2013

Impact of technological processes on the nutritional potential of meat proteins

Institut Carnot "Fragi-Biote"

2020-2022

Development of a rodent model with an aged human microbiota to test individualized interventional strategies during aging.

Institut Carnot "Strepinflamm"

2017-2018

Development of a functional food based on Streptococcus thermophilus to fight against intestinal inflammation in elderlies

Institut Carnot "ProVeg"

2013-2015

Optimizing the Use of Plant Origin Proteins in the Maintenance and Preservation of Muscular Status