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NOM Prénom

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BARRENECHE Teresa

 IR2

(33)5 57 12 24 49

teresa.barreneche@inrae.fr 

BRANCHEREAU Camille

Doc->31/10/2021

(33)5 57 12 24 52

camille.branchereau@inrae.fr

CHRISTMANN Hélène

TRSU

(33)5 57 12 24 49

helene.christmann@inrae.fr

DIRLEWANGER Elisabeth

DR2

(33)5 57 12 24 61

elisabeth.dirlewanger@inrae.fr

FOUCHE Mathieu

IECN- Doc->31/10/2022

(33)5 57 12 24 50

mathieu.fouche@inrae.fr

FOUILHAUX Lydie

TRNO

(33)5 57 12 24 64

lydie.fouilhaux@inrae.fr

JOLY Jacques

TRNO

(33)5 57 12 24 64

 jacques.joly@inrae.fr

LAFON Xavier

ATP2

(33)5 57 12 24 45

xavier.lafon@inrae.fr

LE DANTEC Loïck

IR1

(33)5 57 12 24 57

loick.le-dantec@inrae.fr

QUERO-GARCIA José

IR1

(33)5 57 12 24 37

jose.quero-garcia@inrae.fr

RICHARD Laurent

TREX

(33)5 57 12 24 50

laurent.richard@inrae.fr

WENDEN Bénédicte

CRCN

(33)5 57 12 25 49

benedicte.wenden@inrae.fr

PhD students, Post docs, and researchers welcomed to the team between 2013 and 2019 :

PhDs :

  • BERNARD Anthony- 10/06/2017-31/10/2020 - Etude des ressources génétiques du noyer en vue de la mise en place d’une sélection assistée par marqueurs - Directrice : Elisabeth DIRLEWANGER VIMONT Noémie : Doc (2015- 2018) Etude de la réponse à la température de l’épigénome chez le cerisier. Univ. Bordeaux
  • VIMONT Noémie : Doc (2015- 2018) Etude de la réponse à la température de l’épigénome chez le cerisier. Univ. Bordeaux
  • BEAUVIEUX Rémi Doc (2014-2017) : Approche intégrée de l’étude de la dormance chez le cerisier en réponse au changement climatique Prunus avium- Univ. Bordeaux
  • CASTEDE Sophie : Doc (2012-2014) : Etude et compréhension du déterminisme génétique et moléculaire de la floraison chez le cerisier doux. Univ. Bordeaux.

Post Doc :

  • Armel DONKPEGAN - CDD IR Post-Doc- 01/03/19-28/02/2020 – Analyse de données GBS d’une collection de ressources génétiques cerisier pour une étude de génétique d’association - Encadrante : Elisabeth DIRLEWANGER
  • CAMPOY José Antonio: Post Doc (2011-2016) Développement de méthodes innovantes pour le phénotypage de la levée de dormance et de l’éclatement du fruit- Intégration de ces caractères dans le programme d’innovation variétale cerisier  (Projet Région Aquitaine- AquiPru)

Chercheurs :

  • ZHANG Caixi, School of Agriculture and Biology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Chine (Octobre 2018)
  • CHIKH Mohamed -département d'agroforesterie de l'Université de Tlemcen, Algérie (Septembre-Novembre 2016)
  • IVANOVYCH Yaroslav, Institute of Horticulture, Kiev, Ukraine (Janvier-Mars 2016)
  • IONESCU Irina, University of Copenhagen, Danemark (Janvier 2015)
  • AZIZI Thouraya, Institut National de Recherche en Génie Rural Eaux et Forêts (INRGREG), Tunisie (Novembre-Décembre 2014 et Décembre 2015)
  • LIPSKA Marzena, East Malling Research, Angleterre (Mars 2013)
  • MALCHEV Svetoslav, Fruit Growing Institute, Plovdiv, Bulgarie (Mai-Juin 2013)