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Alumni 2019

They were with us in 2019:

Amami Myriam - Project and Communication Officer - Study Engineer

She has been recruited by INRA and Oniris to provide support for the management of research projects. First on the regional project "AI-Fruit", then on the "MIHMES" project (ANR-Feder Future Investment Project) and then on the "Sant'Innov" project (PSDR) within the BIOEPAR unit. She was in charge of the project's website, the production of communication materials, the organisation of scientific congresses, participation in professional congresses and trade fairs, and the organisation and reporting of scientific and administrative meetings for these different audiences. It also intervened in support of the follow-up of the actions of valorisation of the project. Present at BIOEPAR from 01/02/2016 to 15/03/2019

Ariza Juan Manuel - Doctoral and Post-doctoral student

Thesis: 'Evaluation of the efficacy and optimal conditions of use of a collective disinfection solution for the control of digested dermatitis in dairy cattle herds'. He is supervised by Nathalie Bareille and Raphaël Guatteo. From 02/03/15 to 28/02/18.

Post-doc: Contribution to the Sant'Innov project: Animal welfare and pasture association. In collaboration with: Nathalie Bareille and Raphaël Guatteo

Bidan Fabrice - Engineer (Institut de l'Elevage) - UMT MSTB

Charrier Pierre - PhD student

Thesis: "Genomic diversity, evolution and adaptation in the tick Ixodes ricinus." Thesis supervisor: C. Rispe

See the summary of his thesis.

Chambonnet Gabriel - Contract Research Engineer

He was present at BIOEPAR from April 16, 2018 to the end of 2019 and participated in the project "AVENIR" (Alimentation, Valorisation et Nutrition Insecte Recherche) as a contractor. His subject of study focused on sanitary safety and the optimization of insect breeding methods.

Durand Axelle - Research Technician INRA

Duvauchelle Waché Aurore - Veterinarian (Institut de l'Élevage) Co-Facilitator UMT MSTB

Ménard Jean-Luc - Engineer (Institut de l'Elevage) - UMT MSTB

Perray Isabelle - Training and Research Technician DGER

Ravel André - Professor

Veterinarian specialized in epidemiology and public health and full professor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montreal in Canada was hosted by BIOEPAR as a visiting professor for 6 months until June 2019.  He came as part of a half year sabbatical to develop a model for the transmission of Campylobacters, bacteria responsible for human gastroenteritis with sometimes severe sequelae, from their many animal, food and environmental sources to humans.  The aim of this model is to reproduce by simulation the seasonality of this disease, which peaks very clearly in summer without a satisfactory explanation having been provided.  He was in the DYNAMO team on the Emulsion project.

Tounkara Mohamed Aliou - M2 Intern

He joined BIOEPAR on 04 March 2018 as an M2 trainee until the end of August 2018. He was working, within the CADENCE project, on a typology of cattle buying and selling movements in France. He was supervised by Arnaud Rault and Aurélien Madouasse. 

See the summary of his thesis.