Isabelle OSWALD, Agr. Eng., Ph.D., HDR
Phone: + 33 582 06 63 66
E-mail: isabelle.oswald[at]inra.fr ([at] = @)
- Isabelle Oswald is the head of the immmunomycotoxicology team since 2002. She focuses her work on the effect of mycotoxin on pigs with particular emphasis on the effect of these toxins on the immune response and on the intestine. Isabelle Oswald belongs to several expert committee at the national and international level (ANSES, expert group on “Residues, physical and chemical contaminants”; ILSI, expert group on “masked mycotoxins”, EFSA, working groups on “mycotoxin detoxifying agents” and working group on “Fusarium toxins”). She is also in the editorial board of several journals (Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology, Journal of Animal Sciences, The Open Veterinary Science Journal et ISRN Veterinary Science).
Laura SOLER-VASCO, DMV, PhD
Phone: + 33 582 06 64 03
E-mail: laura.soler-vasco[at]inra.fr ([at] = @)
- After a PhD in veterinary medicine in Spain (Murcia University), Laura worked as a post-doctoral fellow in Spain (Murcia University), Belgium (KU Leuven) and France (INRA Val-de–Loire, Tours). She has been recruited at INRA in 2016. She is interested in the study of the intestinal physiopathology in porks, the development of new animal diagnostics and proteomics.
Olivier PUEL, Ph.D., HDR
Phone: + 33 582 06 63 36
E-mail: olivier.puel[at]inra.fr ([at] = @)
- Since his recruitment by INRA, Olivier Puel studies molecular basis of mycotoxins production in Aspergillus, Penicillium and Fusarium species. The main research topics are elucidation of mycotoxin biosynthesis pathways and chemical and biological characterizations of the different toxins (including new toxins) produced by fungi.He was involved in several national projects such as ANR project ISNATOX 2005-2007 « Production de standards internes de toxines d’origine naturelle uniformément enrichis par des isotopes stables ». In this last project; he was involved in the development of methodology of stable isotopes labelled toxin production, and more particularly in the fungi cultures and in the toxins production and purification.He is also the Coordinator of a recent AFSSET project (2007-09) on “Assessment of Aspergillus fumigatus toxins toxicity”.
Jean-Denis BAILLY, DMV, PhD, HDR
MC INP-ENVT, Dipl. ECVPH
Hygiène des aliments
Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse
Phone: + 33 561 19 32 29
E-mail: jd.bailly[at]envt.fr ([at]=@)
- Jean-Denis joined the team in January 2012. After his veterinary training, JD Bailly prepared a PhD in the field of oncology. After his recruitment at ENVT in food hygiene in 1998, he focused his research activities towards mycotoxicology especially to better understanding of the mechanisms determining and promoting toxin production. His work now focuses on identifying molecules that negatively control of the fungal toxin production and of use as an alternative strategy to pesticides. JD Bailly is responsible for the teaching of food hygiene at ENVT and participates in several university courses in the area.
Sophie LORBER, PhD, HDR
Phone: +33 582 06 63 58
E-mail: sophie.lorber[at]inra.fr ([at]=@)
- Sophie joined the team in january 2016. After a PhD in plant biochemistry and a post-doctoral fellow at BASF (Germany), Sophie has been recruited at INRA in 1995. Her researches were focused on glutathione transferases and the chemical fate of pesticides and other organic contaminants in plants. She works on patulin biosynthesis and its regulation.
Philippe PINTON, Ph.D.
Phone: +33 582 06 63 74
E-mail: philippe.pinton[at]inra.fr ([at] = @)
- Philippe first worked at CEA and was recruited at INRA in 1993 in the Laboratory of Cellular Genetic. He joined the unit in 2001. He contributes to the development of several methodologies used in the team including experimental approaches on animal models and cell culture of intestinal explants. He also leads a research project on the effects of deoxynivalenol and chemical derivatives on the intestinal tissue.
Phone: +33 582 06 63 80
E-mail: joelle.laffitte[at]inra.fr ([at] = @)
- Joelle has worked in the INRA Reseach Center of Bordeaux from 1989 to 1997. She joined the Research Centre of Toulouse in 1997 where she worked as a technician. She has developed a solid technical expertise on the analysis of protein expression. She also performs many experimental protocols ranging from animal experiment to biochemical and cellular analysis. She is involved in several scientific projects while ensuring the team inventory management of consumables.
Phone: +33 582 06 64 62
E-mail: sylvie.puel[at]inra.fr ([at] = @)
- Sylvie joined the INRA Center of Toulouse in 2005 where she works as a technician in analytical chemistry. She has developed a solid technical expertise in quantification of xenobiotics and endogenous compounds (method development and validation) by liquid chromatography paired with UV, fluo, or mass spectrometry detection. She is also involved in missions of general interest (quality cell, staff representative, member of the unit board, member of the ADAS management board). In 2017, Sylvie joined the team.
Pascal MARTIN, Agr. Eng., PhD
Phone: +335 82 06 63 26
E-mail: pascal.martin[at]inra.fr ([at] = @)
- Pascal joined the team in January 2018.