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Students in 2017-2018

Students in NutriNeurO Lab in 2017-2018

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PhD students

Eugene Cameron (2017-2020): Role of glucocorticoids in cognitive alterations in type-I diabetes. Dir. J.B. Corcuff. Financement : bourse américaine (Porto Rico).

Mathilde Chataignier (2017-2020): Impact of marine-derived products on age-related cognitive decline prevention. Dir. C. Joffre. Financement : Bourse Cifre.

Inès Delgado (2017-2020): Diet and stress-induced alterations in gut microbiota: relationship with metabolic health and depressive risk in obesity. Dir. L. Capuron. Financement: JPI Eranet.

Hugo Martin (2017-2020): Unravelling the role of brain insulin action in diabetes-related depression. Dir. X. Fioramonti. Financement : INRA/Région.

Essi Biyong (2016-2019): Effect of vitamin A supplezmentation in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease. Dir. V. Pallet. Financement INP/Région.

Marianela Santoyo Zedillo  (2016-2019) Sujet : Impact de l’obésité lors de l’adolescence sur la mémoire chez le rongeur: focus sur les interactions amygdalo-hippocampiques. Dir. G. Ferreira.

Roman Walle (2016-2019): Interaction between membrane lipids and the functionality of accumbal medium spiny neuron: impact on mesolimbic dopaminergic transmission. Dir. P. Trifilieff. Financement MRT

Lison Huet (2015-2018): Role of impairment of Tryptophan metabolism in the pathophysiology of depressive symptoms in obese patients. Dir. L. Capuron

Financement : Eranet

Chloé Lacabanne (2014-2018): Inflammation prénatale et autisme : étude des interactions microglies-neurones au cours du développement. Dir. S. Layé & G. Lueshi.

Financement : Programme IdEx de Bordeaux & bourse doctorale Tomlinson à l'université de McGill

Fabien Ducrocq (2014-2018) Sujet : Modulation of mesolimbic dopamine transmission by brain lipid composition: consequences on reward processing. Dir. P.Trifilieff

Financement : Université de Bordeaux (Ministère de l’Enseignement Superieur et de la Recherche)

Hortense Fanet (2014-2018) Sujet : Modulation nutritionnelle de l'impact de la neuroinflammation sur la neurotransmission monoaminergique chez la souris. Dir. S. Vancassel et F. Calon (Université de Laval, Québec). Co-financement : INRA/Idex

 

Etudiants Master

Master 2

M2 Nutrition et Sciences des Aliments, Bordeaux :

Carla Martins : Effet de l'activité physique sur le comportement des souris adolescentes obèses. Encadrant : Pauline Lafenêtre.

M2 Neurosciences, Bordeaux :

Marie-Lou Boyer : Une déficience en oméga-3 induit des déficits motivationnels chez la souris. Encadrant : Pierre Trifilieff.

Fanny Decoeur : Une déficience en oméga-3 altère les cycles veille/sommeil chez la souris. Encadrant : Agnès Nadjar.

Pierre Mortessagne : Influence des rythmes circadiens sur les déficits de mémoire induit par un régime obésogène. Encadrant : Marie-Pierre Moisan.

M2 Biologie du vieillissement et nutrition, Paris :

Anaïs Marie : Le rôle de la vitamine A dans la prévention de la maladie d'Alzheimer. Encadrant : Véronique Pallet.

M2 Physiopathologie, Strasbourg :

Valentine Golzné : Impact d'une nutrition riche en prébiotiques oligosaccharides du lait sur les effets délétères du stress précoce. Encadrant : Muriel Darnaudéry.

M2 Physiologie Neuroscience Biologie Cellulaire ey Moléculaire, Poitiers :

Maud Martinat : Conséquences comportementales et électrophysioogiques d'un stress chronique de défaite sociale sur les fonctions des réceptuers endocannabinoïdes, implications et rôle des acides gras polyinsaturés. Encadrant : Sophie Lay" et Mathieu Di Miceli.

M2 Biologie Santé, La Réunion :

Anaïs Hoarau : Le fructose a-t-il un impact au niveau central ? Encadrant : Xavier Fioramonti.

M2 Anatomy and Neurosciences, Amsterdam :

Jorine Geertsema : The role of omega-3 deficiency on behavioural outcomes after juvenile traumatic brain injury. Encadrants : Andy Greenhalgh and Sophie Layé.