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Students in 2016-2017

Students in NutriNeurO Lab in 2016-2017


PhD students

Essi Biyong (2016-2019): Role of vitamine A in the prévention of Alzheimer disease. Dir. V. Pallet. INP/Région financial support.

Marianela Santoyo Zedillo  (2016-2019): Impact of obesity during adolescence on cognition: focus on the interactions between amygdala and hippocampus. Dir. G. Ferreira.

Roman Walle (2016-2019): Interaction between mebrane lipids and receptor heterodimers: impact on the functionnality of dopamin transmission. Dit. P. Trifilieff. MRT financial support

Suzanne van der Veldt (2016-2018): Effect of immune maternal infection on the mesolimbic system at adulthood. Dir. P. Trifilieff & G. Lueshi

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

Lison Huet (2015-2018): Role of inflammation in the anxio-depressive symptomatology in rheumatoid arthritis patients. Dir. L. Capuron.

Eranet financial support

Chloé Lacabanne (2014-2017) Prenatal inflammation and autism: microglia-neurones interactions during development. Dir. S. Layé & G. Lueshi.

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

Charlotte Rey (2014-2017): Protective effects of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on neuroinflammation. Dir. C.Joffre et C.Vaysse (Iterg)

ITERG - Convention Industrielle de Formation par la Recherche fiancial support.

Fabien Ducrocq (2014-2017): Involvement of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid deficiency in motivation alterations. Dir. P.Trifilieff

Bordeaux university (Ministère de l’Enseignement Superieur et de la Recherche) financial support.

Marion Rincel (2014-2017): Involvement of the gut-brain axis in mood alterations associated to neonatal stress. Dir. M.Darnaudery

Bordeaux University (Ministère de l’Enseignement Superieur et de la Recherche) financial support.

Hortense Fanet (2014-2017): Nutritionnal modulation of the neuroinflammation impact on monoaminergic neurotransmission in mice. Dir. S. Vancassel and F. Calon (Université de Laval, Québec)

INRA/Idex financial support.




Master students

Master 2

Zain Alfanek(M2 Neurasmus) JANV - JUIN 2017, sujet : Role of CB1 in the sensitivity of microglia to inflammation, Encadrant: S Laye A Nadjar

Rajot Domittille, M2 Neuroscience ISIS (janvier-juin 2017), sujet : Rôle des voies mTOR et ERK dans les effets de l'obésité juvénile sur la mémoire, Encadrants: Serge Alfos et Guillaume Ferreira

INES DELGADO, M2 ISIS (Date: Janvier - Mai 2017), sujet : Interactions inflammatoires et métaboliques dans la dépression, Encadrant: L Capuron

Baptiste Caraballo,M2 neurosciences, (jan-juin 2017), sujet : Impact de la composition cérébrale en AGPI sur les hétéromers de récepteurs dopaminergiques, Encadrants: Roman Walle, Fabien Ducrocq, Asma Oummadi et Pierre Trifilieff

Antoine Trouilleux, M2 Nutrition, (Janvier - juin 2017), sujet : Effets comportementaux et synaptiques d'une injection de DHA intra-cérébrale, Encadrant : Clementine Bosch-Bouju

Maeva Urrutia, M2 Nutrition (Janvier-Juin 2017), sujet : Régulation des 11β-hydroxystéroïde-deshydrogénases de type 1 et 2 dans le diabète de type I, Encadrant : J. Brossaud

Julie Thomas,  M2 Nutrition Univ Paris Diderot (janv-mai 2017), sujet : Activation cérébrale lors de la séparation maternelle : impact de la modulation de la perméabilité intestinale, Encadrant :M Darnaudery

Marie-Neige, M2 NeuroEndocrinologie PARIS; (03.01.17 au 30.09.17), sujet : Traitement des troubles cognitifs chez le raton diabétique par un antagoniste de la 11béta-HSD1, Encadrant :N. Arvy.

Mathilde Chataigner, M2 Biologie et Pharmacologie du vieillissement, Paris 6 (janvier-juin 2017), sujet : Propriétés anti-inflammatoires et anti-oxydantes d’un mélange de peptides et de DHA sur des neurones et microglies en culture, Encadrant : C Joffre

Master 1

Shiao-Fei GUU, M1 Neurasmus (Janvier-Juin 2017), sujet : Activité physique et comportement social, Encadrante : P. Lafenetre

 Joséphine Gay, M1 Neuroscience (avril-mai 2017), sujet : Rôle des CB1 de l'hippocampe dans les effets de l'obésité juvénile sur la mémoire, Encadrant : Guillaume Ferreira

Pierre Mortessagne, M1; Neurosciences; (avril-mai 2017), sujet : Troubles cognitifs chez le raton diabétique, Encadrant :N. Arvy.

Marion Piquemal-LagoueillatM1 Neuroscience Bordeaux (mai 2017), sujet : Motivation et inflammation, effet de la supplémentation en BH4, Encadrant : S. Vancassel

Louise Gros, M1 Neurociences Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (Janv-février 2017), sujet : Stress précoce et axe brain-gut, Encadrant :M Darnaudery

Myriam Mounib, M1 Nutrition et Sciences des Aliments Bordeaux (avril et mai 2017), sujet : Motivation et inflammation, effet de la supplémentation en BH4, Encadrant : S. Vancassel


Valérie Fontaine,  L3; Sciences et technologies; (avril-mai 2017), sujet : Troubles cognitifs chez le raton diabétique, Encadrant :N. Arvy.