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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Dorso Laëtitia

Team PEP'S

Dorso Laëtitia

Research Engineer
UMR 1300 BIOEPAR

Adress:
 Oniris site de la Chantrerie, CS40706, 44307 Nantes, France
 team PEP'S, building G3 2nd floor

Email: laetitia.dorso@oniris-nantes.fr
Tel: +33(0) 2 40 68 40 29

 Trained as a veterinarian (Nantes, 2005), Laëtitia has continued her studies with:

  • a Master 2 in biology, biotechnology and therapeutic research
  • 3 years of residency in pathological anatomy sanctioned by a European diploma issued by the European College of Veterinary Pathology (ECVP 2009).

From 2011 to 2014, she completed a doctoral thesis (PhD) on alpha radiotherapy in a mouse cancer model (breast cancer, myeloma) at the CRCINA in Nantes (Inserm).

Since 2014, she has been a hospital practitioner at the Oniris CHUV and is responsible for the autopsy department and representative of transversal services (imaging, anesthesia, radiotherapy and autopsy) within the CHUV office.

She is passionate about autopsy and animal histopathology and hosts a Facebook group (Vet'Autopsie Nantes: https://www.facebook.com/groups/351460462015202/), reserved for veterinarians, dedicated to the discussion of real cases.

She is also interested in animal e-health and more particularly in the development of veterinary telemedicine, subjects developed within the framework of the Oniris Chair of Telemedicine, of which she is an integral part (https://www.oniris-nantes.fr/les-partenariats/vous-representez-une-entreprise/chaire-telemedecine/). In March 2020, she joined the INRAE / ONIRIS BIOEPAR research unit within the PEPS team in order to study and evaluate digital tools and methods for veterinary diagnostics (Dexter-e-T project for tele-expertise in autopsy via connected glasses and IVAN project, software to aid diagnosis in bovine autopsy, integrating AI).

Research Themes
  • bovine
  • autopsy
  • histology
  • study and evaluation of digital veterinary diagnostic tools and methods
Videos: 
Chair of Telemedicine website

https://www.oniris-nantes.fr/les-partenariats/vous-representez-une-entreprise/chaire-telemedecine/

Publications
  • Relun A., Cesbron N., Bourdeau P., Dorso L., Brement T., Assié S., Christensen H., Guatteo R. 2019. Atypical actinobacillosis affecting hind limbs and lungs in a single beef cattle herd. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 33(1):297-301 [IF19=2.194]DOI: 10.1111/jvim.15387.
  • Relun A., Dorso L., Douart A., Chartier C., Guatteo R., Mazuet C., Popoff M. R., Assié S. 2017. A large outbreak of bovine botulism possibly linked to massive contamination of grass silage by type D/C Clostridium botulinum spores on a farm with dairy and poultry operations. Epidemiology and Infection, 145(16):3477-3485 [IF19=2.152] DOI: 10.1017/S0950268817002382.
  • Cesbron N., Dorso L., Royer A-L., Dervilly-Pinel G., Hervé J. 2017. Aminoaciduria Caused by Fanconi Syndrome in a Heifer. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 31(2):598-603 [IF19=2.194] DOI: 10.1111/jvim.14605.
  • Dorso L., Bigot-Corbel E., Abadie J., Diab M., Gouard S., Bruchertseifer F., Morgenstern A., Maurel C., Chérel M., Davodeau F. 2016. Long-Term Toxicity of 213Bi-Labelled BSA in Mice. PLoS One. 11(3):e0151330 [IF19=2.740] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0151330.
  • Deschamps J.Y., Desquesnes M., Dorso L., Ravel S., Bossard G., Charbonneau M., Garand A., Roux F.A. 2016. Refractory hypoglycaemia in a dog infected with Trypanosoma congolense. Parasite. 23:1 [IF19=2.050] DOI: 10.1051/parasite/2016001.
  • Olsson M., Tintle L., Kierczak M., Perloski M., Tonomura N., Lundquist A., Murén E., Fels M., Tengvall K., Pielberg G., Dufaure de Citres C., Dorso L., Abadie J., Hanson J., Thomas A., Leegwater P., Hedhammar A., Lindblad-Toh K., Meadows J.R. 2013. Thorough investigation of a canine autoinflammatory disease (AID) confirms one main risk locus and suggests a modifier locus for amyloidosis. PLoS One. 8(10):e75242 [IF19=2.740] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0075242.
  • Gillard M., Cadieu E., De Brito C., Abadie J., Vergier B., Devauchelle P., Degorce F., Dréano S., Primot A., Dorso L., Lagadic M., Galibert F., Hédan B., Galibert M.D., André C. 2013. Naturally occurring melanomas in dogs as models for non-UV pathways of human melanomas. Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research, 27(1):90-102 [IF19=3.683] DOI: 10.1111/pcmr.12170.
  • Thuilliez C., Dorso L., Howroyd P., Gould S., Chanut F., Burnett R. 2009. Histopathological lesions following intramuscular administration of saline in laboratory rodents and rabbits. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology, 61(1):13-21 [IF19=2.023] DOI: 10.1016/j.etp.2008.07.003.
  • Dorso L., Chanut F., Howroyd P., Burnett R. 2008. Variability in Weight and Histological Appearance of the Prostate of Beagle Dogs Used in Toxicology Studies. Toxicologic Pathology, 36(7):917-25 IF19=1.485] DOI: 10.1177/0192623308324958.
  • Dorso L., Risi E., Triau S., Labrut S., Nguyen F., Guigand L., Wyers M., Abadie J. 2008. High-grade mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the mandibular salivary gland in a lion (Panthera leo). Veterinary Patholology, 45(1):104-8 [IF19=2.010] DOI: 10.1354/vp.45-1-104.
  • Jarry A., Dorso L., Gratio V., Forgue-Lafitte M.E., Laburthe M., Laboisse C.L., Darmoul D. 2007. PAR-2 activation increases human intestinal mucin secretion through EGFR transactivation. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 364(3):689-94 [IF19=2.985] DOI: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2007.10.073.

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