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Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions - LIPM

Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions

Members

Sandrine Barrere

Sandrine Barrere

Sandrine is in charge of the administrative and financial services at the LIPM. She is also the reference person in the institute for all financial aspects of scientific research contracts.

Before joining the LIPM she worked in the administrative services at the Institute of Advanced Technologies in Life Sciences (ITAV) in Toulouse (6 years), at the National Institute of Nuclear Particle Physics (IN2P3) in Paris (2 years) and at the EHESS in Paris (8 years).

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Fanny Marion

Fanny MARION

Fanny has recently joined the LIPM as Assistant to the Direction after having worked for 10 years at the Institute of Scientific and Technical Information (INIST) at Nancy. In addition to interacting with other services in the LIPM, Fanny works in close association with the INRA personnel department.

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 Alice Bernard

 After 2 years PACTE contract internship within LIPM, I joined the laboratory as a unit manager on November the 1st 2011.

I am mainly in charge of budgetary and financial aspects, dealing with purchase orders and invoices tracking.

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 Audrey Boudet 

Audrey BOUDET

I obtained a Higher Technician Certificate (BTS) in administrative and financial management in 2001. The year after I was recruited as technician at the SET laboratory (« Société Environement territoires ») in Pau.

In 2006, I joined the LIPM by internal mobility. I am in charge of the financial and administrative management as well as the human resource management for the non-permanent laboratory staff.

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 Marie-Andrée Lefebvre 

Marie-Andrée LEFEBVRE

I was recruited at INRA in 1983 to work at the soil-analysis laboratory of Arras (Pas de Calais) to assist in the experimental procedures and manage the financial service. In 1984, I joined the financial management team at the service support unit (SDAR) of the INRA site of Jouy-en-Josas where I was responsible for the management of credit lines for the different research units on site.

In 2000 I joined the administration team of the LIPM. I am in charge  the different credit lines, purchase orders and research contract justifications.

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Christophe Sartori 

Christophe SARTORI

Recruited in 1990 through external competition as a managerial assistant at the INRA Centre of Paris, I joined the Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions (LIPM) in 1995 by internal mobility.
I am in charge of the administrative and financial management of travel arrangements for laboratory staff and invited people, of conference attendance for laboratory staff, and of administrative management aspects for non permanent staff.

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