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Students 2013-2014

NutriNeurO Students in 2013-2014


NutriNeurO Students in 2014


PhD Students

Amandine Lépinay (2011-2014) Subject: Impact of maternal high fat diet on the effects of early stress, in rats. Supervisor: M. Darnaudery

Julien Bensalem (2011-2014) Subject: Effects of polyphenol-rich extracts from plants on age-related cognitive decline. Supervisor: V Pallet, Co-supervisor  P Lafenetre 

Frédéric Tantot (2012-2015) Subject: Effect of high-fat diet consumption on frontostriatal functions. Supervisor: G. Ferreira

Conception Gonzalez (2012-2015) Subject: Inflammation in patient with type 2 diabetes: impact of body composition and dietary habits.  Subject: Supervisor. L Capuron

Gabriella Ferreira de Medeiros (2013- 2016) Subject: Consequences of western lifestyle on emotional processes in mice: use of an animal model of glucocorticoid hyporesponse. Supervisor: MP Moisan

Yoottana Janthakin (2013-2016) Subject: Effect of early-onset obesity on cognitive abilities in mice, focusing on memory and motivation. Supervisor: G.Ferreira

Célia Fourrier (2013-2016) Subject:Neurobiological basis of emotional and cognitive alterations associated with obesity: role of TNFα.Supervisor:N.Castanon


Students in the Master degree « Neuroscience and Neuropsychopharmacology », University of Bordeaux

Quentin Leyrolle (Master 2)Subject: Impact of a prenatal infection on microglia/neurons interactions. Supervisor:A. Nadjar (january 2014-june 2014)

Fabien Ducrocq(Master 2)Subject: Effects of an obesogenic diet in mice on motivation and dopamine release in the accumbens nucleus: involvement of neuroinflammation. Supervisor:S. Vancassel (january 2014-june 2014)

Marion Rincel (Master 2)Subject:Effect of maternal high fat diet on the morphological alterations induced by maternal separation in the mPFC in rats. Supervisor:Muriel Darnaudéry (january 2014-june 2014)

Sarah Saint-Marc (Master 2, professional pathway)Subject:Low grade inflammation and depressive symptoms in obese. Supervisor:Lucile Capuron (january 2014-july 2014)

Chloé Lacabanne(Master 2)Subject:Effects of lipidic nutrition on the brain innate immune system. Supervisor:Sophie Layé(January 2014-june 2014)


Neurasmus Students (International master degree in the field of Neuroscience)

Lourdes Fernandez de Cossio Gomez, Cuba (Master 2)Subject: Diet Effects on Neuroinflammation. Supervisor:Sophie Layé (january 2014-june 2014)

Suzanne van der Veldt (Netherlands) (Master 1)Subject:Impact of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids deficiency on D2 receptor signaling and motivation. Supervisor: Pierre Trifilieff (february 2014-june 2014)


Students in the Master degree « Human Nutrition and Health», Université de Bordeaux

Aloïs Lemelletier (Master 2)Subject: Study of interactions between retinoid and glucocorticoid pathways in a model of hippocampal cells HT22. Supervisor:J-B. Corcuff (january 2014-june 2014)


Other Students

Alexa Pichet Binette(Canada) Medical Neuroscience Master Program, Charité University Berlin (Master 2).Subject: Effects of Omega3 supplementation on microglia phagocytosis in a model of prenatal infection. Supervisor:A. Nadjar(january 2014-mach 2014)

Manon Marque Technical degree in Biotechnology (2nd year).Subject: Caracterization of dopaminergic receptors expression in a murine striatal cell line. Supervisor:Véronique De Smedt-Peyrusse (january 2014-march 2014)