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Marie-France Pilet

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 78 11

marie-france.pilet(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Professor assistant

Unit Director

Bacterial interactions, biopreservation, Lactic Acid Bacteria, seafood

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Sandrine Guillou

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 77 63

sandrine.guillou(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Research Engineer

Deputy head of laboratory

Microbiological food safety, quantitative risk assessment, innovative processes, high pressure

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Isabelle Clouet-Retureau

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 77 07

isabelle.clouet(at)oniris-nantes.fr

 INRA account manager and secretary

Isabelle Clouet-Retureau
Valérie Anthoine

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 77 49

valerie.anthoine(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Technician

veterinary and food bacteriology

alérie Anthoine
Géraldine Boué

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 28 01 /(0)2 51 78 55 23

geraldine.boue(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Professor assistant

Microbiological Risk Assessment

Risk-Benefit Assessment of foods

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Agnès Bouju-Albert

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 77 02

agnes.bouju(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Technician

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Jean-Michel Cappelier

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 76 82

jean-michel.cappelier(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Professor

Food safety, Foodborne diseases, Campylobacter, Virulence, Meat Inspection

Jean-Michel Cappelier
Michel Federighi

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 76 81

michel.federighi(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Professor

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Emmanuel Jaffrès

Tel. +33 (0)2 51 78 55 42

emmanuel.jaffres(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Professor assistant

Microbial ecosystems, microbiology, molecular biology, food spoilage

Emmanuel Jaffres
Catherine Magras

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 77 89

catherine.magras(at)oniris-nantes.fr

  

Professor

Veterinary Public Health, Hygiene and biological safety of food stuffs, Zoonotic Hazard analysis in the food chain

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Jeanne-Marie Membré

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 40 58

jeanne-marie.membre(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Research engineer

Microbial predictive modelling, quantitative risk assessment (QMRA), food safety

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Nicolas Moriceau

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 28 15

nicolas.moriceau(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Technician

Nicolas Moriceau
Nabila Haddad

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 40 57 / +33 (0)2 51 78 55 70

nabila.haddad(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Professor assistant

Campylobacter, stress responses (oxigen and child stress), ribonucleases

Nabila Haddad
Hervé Prévost

herve.prevost(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Professor

Food safety, lactic acid bacteria, redox potential

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Hervé Prévost
Sandrine Rezé

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 77 49

sandrine.reze(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Technician

Food and veterinary bacteriology, molecular biology

S. Rezé
Albert Rossero

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 40 53

albert.rossero(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Study Engineer

Microbiology, PCR, PFGE, Redox

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Odile Tresse

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 77 19

odile.tresse(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Researcher

Adaptation of Campylobacter

Odile Tresse
Monique Zagorec

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 78 46

monique.zagorec(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Research Director

Genetics, genomics, bacterial physiology, bacterial interactions

M.Zagorec
Benjamin Duqué

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 76 79

benjamin.duque(at)oniris-nantes.fr

PhD student (2016-2019)

PhD thesis: Innovative methodology combining transcriptomics, statistics, and modelling to evaluate the capacity of Campylobacter jejuni to survive stress 

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Nicolas Helsens

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 76 79

nicolas.helsens(at)oniris-nantes.fr

PhD student (2017-2020)

PhD thesis:Characterization of bacterial communities and antibioresistance genes in farmed fish - Application to control of microbial and environmental contaminations in the smoked salmon industry

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Ngoc-Du Luong

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 76 79

ngoc-du.luong(at)oniris-nantes.fr

PhD student (2017-2020)

PhD thesis:Acquisition of biological data and development of statistical models to quantify the risk of meat spoilage

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Aurélien Maillet

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 76 79

aurelien.maillet(at)oniris-nantes.fr

PhD student (2017-2020)

PhD thesis: Characterization of environmental microbiota in food industry to control and prevent microbiological food contaminations (smoked salmon)

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Juliana de Oliveira Mota

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 76 79

juliana.de-oliveira(at)oniris-nantes.fr

PhD student (2016-2019)

PhD thesis: Health Risk-Benefit assessment associated with preperation and consumption of beef meat. Methodological approach

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Raouf Tareb

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68

raouf.tareb(at)oniris-nantes.fr

Professor assistant

Bacterial communication, functional genomics, surface proteome, directed mutagenesis

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Vincent Tesson

Tel. +33 (0)2 40 68 40 55

vincent.tesson2(at)inra.fr

Post-doctorant (2019 - 2020)

Microbiological Risk Assessment of meat

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permanent employees

non permanent employees

Norman Wiernasz

PhD student (2015-2018)

PhD thesis: Quality and safety improvement of seafood products by hurdle technologies, including biopreservation. Effect on microbial ecosystems

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Laurent Marché

Communication and scientific mediation for MICA INRA department

laurent.marche(at)inra.fr

Study Engineer

Microbial interactions, Genomics, Proteomics

Laurent Marché
Xavier Dousset

Retired Professor

Professor

Food microbial ecology, methods of food preservation, Lactic Acid Bacteria inhibiting Campylobacter

Xavier Dousset
Alizée Guérin

Researcher ANSES (Fougères)

Post-doctorant (2017-2018)

Campylobacter complexome, proteomics

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Nassima Illikoud

PhD student (2014-2017)

PhD thesis: Characterization of the genes involved in spoilage potential of Brochothrix thermosphacta 

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Manuel Saint-Cyr

Head of Broceliande laboratory (Loudéac)

Post-doctoral fellow (2014-2016)

Campylobacter, colonisation / virulence, anti-campylobacter bacteriocin

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Amélie Rouger

Post-doctoral fellow at Teagasc, Dublin

amelie.rouger(at)teagasc.ie

PhD student (2013-2016)

PhD thesis: Improvement of the quality and safety of poultry meat by studying bacterial interactions within the ecosystem to control spoilage and pathogenic flora, especially Campylobacter

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Mihanta Ramaroson

Assitant engineer at Ifremer (Nantes)

Assistant engineer (2015-2016)

biopreservation, lactic acid bacateria, meet products, High-pressure

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Vicky Bronnec

PhD student (2012-2016)

Thesis title: Study of oxidative stress response in Campylobacter jejuni: example of C. jejuni Bf an aerotolerant strain

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Taous Saraoui

Lecturer assistant at IUT (Aurillac)

PhD student (2012-2016)

Thesis title: Mechanisms of interaction between a bioprotective bacterium with a seafood biopreservation interest "Lactococcus piscium CNCMI-4031" and the pathogenic bacterium Listeria monocytogenes

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Tereza Pilchova

PhD student (2011-2016)

Thesis title: Biofilm, virulence and control strategies of Listeria monocytogenes

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Ramila Rodrigues

Post-doctorant (Brazil)

PhD student (2012-2015)

Thesis title:Identification of pathways for oxygen detoxification in Campylobacter jejuni

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Hanka Turonova

Lecturer at UCT Prague (Czech Republic)

PhD student (2011-2015)

Thesis title: Adaptation of Campylobacter jejuni to food environment

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Benoît Remenant

Project manager Laboratory of Vegetal Health, ANSES (Angers)

benoit.remenant(at)anses.fr

Postdoc (2013-2015)

Comparative genomics, Bio-informatics, Microbial ecology

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Florence Aviat

Freelance project manager YouR-RsearcH Bio-scientific (Nantes)

Project manager (2010-2015)

Wood, food contact, cross-contamination, pathogens

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Rached Ismail

PhD student (2012-2015)

Thesis title: Microbiological characterisation of the model micro-organism-wood-food

Key-words: Wood, direct food contact, methods of recovery of microorganisms

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Soumaya Messaoudi

Post-doctorante (2014-2015)

Campylobacter, anti-campylobacter bacteriocin

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Laure Pujol

Project manager at Novolyze (Dijon)

PhD student (2011-2014)

Thesis title: Methods development and statistical tools adaptation to build a model of sterility level quantification of food products from an aseptic-Ultra-High Temperature process

Key-words: Risk assessment, UHT process, modelling

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Gaëtan Podeur

Project manager at CNIEL (Paris)

PhD student (2011-2014)

Thesis title: Quantification of histamine-producing bacteria and control of histamine formation in seafood by the biopreservation technology

Key-words: Biopreservation, seafood, histamine

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Marion Lerasle

marion.lerasle(at)gmail.com

PhD student (2011-2014)

Thesis title: Application of High Hydrostatic Pressure to Poultry Processed Products:
Microbiological Safety and Shelf-Life

Key-words: High Pressure, Shelf-life, Modelling, Risk assessment

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Moctar Diao

Study Engineer (2013-2014)

Quantitative risk assessment (contamination of 'foie gras' by Clostridium botulinum and appertisation barems)

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Sabrina Macé

Cofund Marie-Curie Post-doctoral fellow, Université de Liège (Belgium)

sabrina.mace(at)ulg.ac.be

PhD student (2010-2013)

Thesis title: Molecular characterization and quantification of the microbial spoilage ecosystem of raw salmon and cooked shrimps

Key-words: food safety, bacterial ecosystem, molecular methods, antimicrobial compounds

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Maria Ignatova

Head of laboratory, Sofia (Bulgary)

maria.ignatova(at)gmail.com

PhD student (2005-2009)

Thesis title: Combined effect of redox potential, pH and temperature on the behaviour of Listeria monocytogenes

Key-words: redox potential, Listeria monocytogenes

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Amélie Garénaux

Microbiology R&D Leader

University of California (USA)

amgarenaux(at)gmail.com

PhD student (2004-2007)

Thesis title: Campylobacter jejuni and oxidative stress : survival at different temperatures and identification of defence mechanics by proteomic and trascriptomic approaches

Key-words: Campylobacter, oxidative stress, microbiology, bacterial genetics, metabolism

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Morgan Guilbaud

Research Engineer

UFR Qualité et Sécurité Microbiologiques des Aliments et Procédés et UMR INRA Micalis équipe Bioadhésion, Biofilms et Hygiène des Matériaux. AgroParisTech. (Massy)

morgan.guilbaud(at)inra.fr

PhD student (2003-2007)

Thesis title: Listeria monocytogenes in seafood industry: quantification, virulence and response to smoked stress

Key-words: Listeria monocytogenes, microbial ecology, redox, biofilm

Morgan Guilbaud