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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Organization

The BIA Unit is composed of 7 thematic research teams, a logistics group, and an analytical platform certified to ISO9001. Analytical devices dedicated to protein purification and antibody production and an experimental bakery completes the Unit's facilities.
  • Key figures:
    • 120 permanent members : 70 researchers and engineers, 50 technical and administrative staff members
    • 30 phD fellows, 20 post-Doctoral fellows
    • Per Year: 10 contractual members, 30 students
  • Executive:
Head Manager

Marc Anton

Marc Anton
Assistant Managers

Bernard Cathala        Marie-Hélène Ropers       Luc Saulnier

Directeurs Adjoints
Executive Secretary

Florence Le Bihan

Florence Lebihan
Research Teams 

Allergy to Food
Proteins (ALL)

  

Colette Larré

Colette Larré

Nanostructured
Assemblies (NANO)

 

Isabelle Capron

Isabelle CAPRON

Polyphenols, Reactivity, Processes (PRP)

 

Sylvain Guyot

S Guyot

Lipoprotein and polysaccharide-protein structures(ELIPS)     

Bénédicte Bakan

B_Bakan

  Interfaces and dispersed Systems (ISD)

 

Alain Riaublanc

Alain Riaublanc

 Materials, creation & behaviour (MC2)

   

Denis Lourdin

Denis Lourdin

   Plant cell wall and parietal polysaccharides (PVPP)

 

Fabienne Guillon

Fabienne Guillon
Analytical and technical devices

Biopolymers -  Structural Biology
(BIBS Platform)

                                    Proteins-Antibodies     

       Experimental Bakery

Hélène Rogniaux

H Rogniaux

Olivier Tranquet

Olivier TRANQUET

Véronique Solé

Véronique Solé

Hubert Chiron

Hubert Chiron
Logistics group

The logistics group is made up of the administrative and technical staff. It includes the secretariat services, a financial management pole, a centre for the design and manufacture of scientific instrumentation accessories, IT supporters and  communication officers.