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Students 2014-2015

NutriNeurO students in 2014-2015


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: role of dopamine. Supervisor: G. Ferreira

Funding: University of Bordeaux (French Ministry of Higher Education and Research)

Gabriela 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

Funding: Ciência sem Fronteiras - National Council for Scientific and Technological Development - BRAZIL

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

Funding: Department of Research and Technology – THAILAND

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

Co-funding: INRA/Aquitaine Region

Chloé Lacabanne (2014-2017) Prenatal inflammation and autism: microglia-neurones interactions during development.

IdEx programm of Bordeaux & bourse doctorale Tomlinson at McGill University financial support.

Charlotte Rey(2014-2017) Subject: Protective effects of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid on neuroinflammation. Supervisors: C.Joffre and C.Vaysse

Funding: ITERG - Industrial Convention of Formation by Research Convention

Fabien Ducrocq (2014-2017) Subject: Involvement of developmental deficiency in omega 3 in motivational deficits. Supervisor: P.Trifilieff

Funding: University of Bordeaux (French Ministry of Higher Education and Research)

Marion Rincel (2014-2017) Subject: Implication of the brain-gut axis in emotional disorders associated with neonatal stress. Supervisor M.Darnaudery

Funding: University of Bordeaux (French Ministry of Higher Education and Research)

Hortense Fanet (2014-2017) Subject: Impact of neuroinflammation on neurotransmission function in mice and nutritional modulation. Supervisor: S.Vancassel and F.Calon

Co-funding: INRA/Idex

Master Students

Master degree « Neuroscience and Neuropsychopharmacology »

Charlotte Domec (Master 2) Subject: Inflammation and mood disorders in obesity. Supervisor: L.Capuron (january 2015-june 2015)

Lison Huet (Master 2) Subject: Role of inflammation in the anxio-depressive symptomatology in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Supervisor: L.Capuron (january 2015-june 2015)

Roman Walle (Master 2) Subject: Identification of mechanisms involved in motivational impairment induced by a n-3 PUFA deficiency in mouse. Supervisor: P.Trifilieff (january 2015-june 2015)

Rémi Van Der Vynckt (Master 2) Subject: Role of complement in microglial phagocytic activity in n-3 PUFA deficient mice. Supervisor: S.Layé (january 2015-june 2015)

Vicky Nicolas (Master 2) Subject: Effect of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on the endocannabinoid dependent synaptic plasticity in the nucleus accumbens. Supervisor: C.Bosch-Bouju (january 2015-june 2015)

Emilie Roudeix (Master 2) Subject: Effect of 11b-HSD1 on hippocampus-dependant memory in vitamin A deficient rat. Supervisor: K.Touyarot (january 2015-june 2015)


Master degree « Human Nutrition and Health»

Emilie Leprovost (Master 2) Subject: Intracellular biodisponibility of glucocorticoids: role of hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase. Supervisor: J-B.Corcuff (january 2015-june 2015)

Fanny Essi Biyong (Master 2) Subject: Effects of a vitamin A nutritionnal supplementation on hippocampal memory and plasticity deficits induced by a high fat diet in mice. Supervisor: G.Ferreira (january 2015-june 2015)

Julia Jorand (Master 2) Subject: Impact of nutrition on urinary AGE proportion by mass spectrometry. Supervisor: J.Brossaud and J.B. Corcuff (january-june 2015)