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Students in NutriNeuro in 2021-2022

Students in NutriNeurO lab in 2018-2019

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PhD students

 

Anaïs Marie (2018-2021) Sujet : Étude de l'implication de la vitamine A dans le développement de la maladie de Parkinson. Financement : Bourse de l’École doctorale.

Ioannis Bakogiannis (2018-2021) Sujet : Effects of obesogenic diet consumption during adolescence on brain connectivity and memory processes. Financement : Obeteen.

Camille Monchaux De Oliveira (2018-2021) Sujet : Mood disorders and therapeutic response: mechanisms and nutritional modulations with saffron extracts (Crocus sativus L.). Dir. N. Castanon. Financement : Bourse Cifre.

Fanny Decoeur (2018-2021) Sujet : Effect of an omega-3 deficiency on myelination during brain development. Dir. A. Nadjar. Financement : Labex.

Maud Martinat (2019-2022) Sujet : Omega 3 et troubles de l'humeur, étude des mécanismes d'action neuro protecteur. Dir. S. Layé. Financement : INRAE.

Anna Petitbon (2019-2023) Sujet : Implication des hétérogènes des récepteurs dopaminergiques et glutamatergiques du cortex préfrontal et du noyau accumbens dans les comportements dirigés vers un but. Financement : EUR.

Marie Martin (2021-2024) Sujet : Effet d'une combinaison de nutriments pour la prévention du déclin cognitif lié à l'âge. Dir. C. Joffre. Financement : Activ'Inside.

Adeline Coursan (2020-2023) Sujet : Etude des effets du fructose sur le cerveau. Dir. X. Fioramonti. Financement : Bordeaux INP et INRAE.

Lola Hardt (2021-2024) Sujet : Implication of brain lipid bio status in executive function deficits. Dir. P. Trifilieff. Financement : Bourse de l'Ecole doctorale.

Flore Marchaland (2021-2024) Sujet : Nutrition lipidique et trajectoire cognitive : rôle des interactions neurones-microglies. Dir. S. Layé. Financement : Région Nouvelle Aquitaine.

Ivan Marniquet (2021-2024) Sujet : Rôle des exosmose microgliaux dans la protection nutritionnelle contre le déclin cognitif

Juliette Montet (2021-2024) Sujet : Rôle de l'inflammation dans la réponse au traitement de la dépression. Dir. L. Capuron. Financement : Bourse de l'Ecole doctorale.

Pauline Couty (2021-2024) Sujet : Vulnérabilité anatomo-fonctionnelle de la transmission dopaminergique à des manipulations nutritionnelles. Dir. K. Touyarot. Financement : Bourse de l'Ecole doctorale.

Master 2 students

 

Master 1 students