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Team

Head of Team ENTeRisk : Eric Houdeau, INRA Research Director
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First name

Name

Function

Eric

HOUDEAU

Research Director INRA, PhD, HDR

Bruno

LAMAS

Researcher INRA, PhD

Christel

CARTIER

Engineer INRA

Eric

GAULTIER

Technician INRA

Natalia

BREYNER

Post-Doc 2018-2019

Adèle

GUILLARD

Undergraduate Student 2017-2019

Permanent Staff

The staff of the ENTeRisk team belongs to INRA's "Human Nutrition & Consumers" Division (AlimH) and is a partner of the Labex SERENADE (Investissements d'Avenir).

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Eric HOUDEAU, Research Director (DR2) INRA - PhD, HDR
Leader of the ENTeRisk team, Eric Houdeau joined INRA in 1997 at the Animal Physiology Department (Jouy-en-Josas Center) before joining the Toulouse Researech Center in 2003. He was trained in physiology, endocrinology and neuroscience. Studied the hormonal control of intestinal barrier function (regulation of epithelial permeability and inflammatory response by estrogens) before setting up several research projects on endocrine disrupters in food, in particular bisphenol A ( BPA) (INRA 2010 press: http://www.inra.fr/Entreprises-Monde-agricole/Resultats-innovation-transfert/Toutes-les- actualités / action-Bisphenol-A) (press INRA 2014: http: //presse.inra.fr/Communiques-de-presse/Bisphenol-A-et-intolerance-alimentaire-un-lien-etabli-pour-la-premiere-fois). Since 2013, he has been developing programs of national and international collaborations in Nanotoxicology on the fate and effects in the gut of nanoparticles used in the agri-food sector (model nanoparticles, food additives with nanodimensioned fraction, in the example of the dioxide of titanium E171) (press INRA 2017: http://presse.inra.fr/Communiques-de-presse/Additif-alimentaire-E171).

ANSES expert at the "Nano & Food" WG
Member of the Scientific Council of the French Society of Nutrition (SFN: http://sf-nutrition.org/)
Member of the Scientific Council of the AlimH Department (INRA)

Tel: +33 582 06 63 83
Email: eric.houdeau@inra.fr

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Bruno LAMAS, Research Scientist (CRCN) INRA, PhD

Bruno Lamas was recruited at INRA in 2017 after post-doctoral stage at the INRA MICALIS Unit (Philippe Langella laboratory, Jouy-en-Josas), at INSERM Hopital Saint Antoine (Harry Sokol laboratory, Paris), then at McMaster University (Elena Verdu Laboratory, Hamilton, Canada). In the ENteRisk team, he addresses the effects of xenobiotics in the microbiota-intestinal dialogue and the intestinal immune response, from the time of development of the host (consequences for the newborn, then the adult). The objective is to evaluate the role of gut microbiota in the "health" effects of food contaminants and chemical additives, particularly nanoparticles.

Tel: +33 582 06 64 26
Email: bruno.lamas@inra.fr

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Christel CARTIER, Engineer (IEHC) INRA

Engineer in histology and immunohistochemistry, electron microscopy and confocal, cell culture (primary cells and lineages). Correspondent "Quality" for the team.

Tel: +33 582 06 63 39
Email: christel.cartier@inra.fr

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Eric GAULTIER, Research Technician (TRex). INRA

Technician in biochemistry and microbiology. Metrology Manager at Toxalim.

Phone: +33 582 06 63 71
Email: eric.gaultier@inra.fr

Postdoctorate and PhD / Undergraduate Students

Natalia BREYNER_ID

Natalia BREYNER, PhD, Post-Doctorate, funded by ANR Project

Thème : nanoparticules (food additives) and immune system

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Adèle GUILLARD, Master 1 & Master 2 "Pierre & Marie Curie University (UPMC Paris 6)

Thème [collaboration with Team 3 " Gestation & Endocrine Disruption"] : nanoparticules (food additives) and transplacentar passage

Former Staff (DiXiT)

First name

Name

Function

Laurence

GUZYLACK-PIRIOU

Researcher INRA, PhD, HDR

Yann

MALAISÉ

PhD Student 2015-2017

Sarah

BETTINI

PhD Student 2015-2017

Nabila

MOUSSAOUI

PhD Student 2010-2014

Viorica

BRANISTE

PhD / Post-Doc 2006-2011