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Team leader: Daniel ZALKO

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MeX team and technical and adminsitrative support of the team.

Permanent members

Prénom

Nom

Fonction

Daniel

ZALKO

DR2 INRA. Team leader

Jean-Pierre

CRAVEDI

DR1 INRA. Head of division thematic field "Toxicolologie Alimentaire - sécurité des aliments" and deputy director of INRA Human Nutrition division

Nicolas

CABATON

CR2 INRA. Animator of the "métabolisme" theme

Marc

AUDEBERT

CR1 INRA. Animator of the "génotoxicité des xénobiotiques" theme

Fabien

JOURDAN

CR1 INRA. Animator of the "réseaux métaboliques" theme

Nathalie

POUPIN

CR2 INRA.

Elisabeth

PERDU

IR1 INRA.

Anne

HILLENWECK

IE1 INRA.

Florence

VINSON

IE1 INRA.

Elodie

Person

IE2 INRA

Sandrine

BRUEL

TRS INRA.

Laurence

DOLO

TRS INRA.

DR: Senior Research Scientist
CR: Research Scientist
IR: Research engineer
IE: Engineer
TR: Research technician

Post-docs and research assistant

First name

Last name

Role

Laure

KHOURY

IE

Benjamin

MERLET

IE - METABOHUB

Florence

MAURIER

IE - METABOHUB

PhD students

First name

Last name

Thesis subject

Vincent

LE FOL

Approche in vitro/ in vivo du métabolisme de perturbateurs endocriniens chez le poisson zèbre

Sanu

SHAMEER

Genome-Scale Reconstruction and study of Trypanosoma metabolism from a Systems Biology perspective

Marianne

CHOPARD LALLIER

Etude de la toxicocinétique et du métabolisme du Benzo[c]fluorene

Clément

FRAINAY

Prédiction des effets de nouveaux contaminants alimentaires sur le réseau métabolique humain

Davy 

GUIGNARD

Bio-marqueurs et effets sur le développement du système nerveux central d'une perturbation thyroïdienne gestationnelle résultant d'une exposition à des polluants environnementaux

Alumni

First name

Last name

Position

Vanessa

GRAILLOT

PhD student/Post-doc

Adeline

JONDEAU-CABATON

Post-doc

Carine

JACQUES

PhD student

Anne

RIU

PhD student/Post-doc

Florence

TOMASETIG

IE

Ludovic

COTTRET

PhD student/Post-doc

Team leader

Daniel Zalko

Daniel ZALKO, PhD
DR2, INRA
Team leader E2-MeX: Metabolism of Xenobiotics
 
 Tél : +33 582 06 63 04
 Fax :     05 61 28 52 44
 e-mail : daniel.zalko@toulouse.inra.fr