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Team

Team leader: Hervé GUILLOU

Team members

First name

Last name

Position

Hervé

GUILLOU

DR2 INRA [HDR] [Ph.D.] Group leader

Laurence

GAMET-PAYRASTRE

CRCN INRA [HDR] [Ph.D.]

Nicolas

LOISEAU

CRCN INRA [Ph.D.]

Sandrine

ELLERO-SIMATOS

Corps des Ponts, des Eaux et des Forêts engineer [Ph.D.]

Laïla

LAKHAL

IECN INRA [HDR] [Ph.D.]

Frédéric

LASSERRE

IECN INRA

Séverine

SUDRE

TRN INRA

Arnaud

POLIZZI

TRSUP INRA

Anne

FOUGERAT

Post-doctoral Fellowship AgreenSkills

Sharon

BARRETTO

PhD Student

Lorraine

SMITH

PhD Student

Sarra

SMATI

PhD Student

Tiffany

FOUGERAY

PhD Student

Leonie

DOPAVOGUI

PhD Student

Fabiana

OLIVIERO

PhD Student

Lucile

MARY

Master Student

Paul

RUIZ

Master Student

Marine

HUILLET

Master Student

Alexia

LAROYENNE

Master Student

Team contact 

UMR 1331 TOXALIM INRA - Team E1-TIM: Integrative Toxicology & Metabolism
180, chemin de Tournefeuille, BP 93173
31027 Toulouse Cedex 3, FRANCE

 

Phone: +33 582 06 63 89
Fax: +33 561 28 53 10

Members (contacts)

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Hervé GUILLOU, Ph.D.
 DR2 INRA
 Group leader

 

 Phone: +33 582 06 63 89

 Fax: +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : Herve.Guillou@inra.fr

  • Hervé obtained his PhD in 2004 in Rennes (Agrocampus Ouest, supervision by Pr Legrand and Dr D'Andrea). There, he studied a critical gene in fatty acid metabolism (FADS2) through cellular biology and biochimical approaches. Then, for three years he has been a post-doctoral scientist in Dr Len Stephens and Dr Phill Hawkins' group (Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK) where he worked on PI3-Kinase signalling. He joined the Integrative Toxicology and Metabolism group in 2008. His work in the group aims at developing approaches that could allow a better understanding of how changes in hepatic lipid metabolism may result from or influence endocrine disruption.
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Laurence PAYRASTRE, Ph.D.
 CRCN INRA

 Phone: +33 582 06 63 51

 Fax: +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : Laurence.Payrastre@inra.fr

  • Laurence Gamet - Payrastre - senior researcher - Her researches are focused on the impact of chronic exposure to low doses of pesticide mixture. She coordinated two research projects between 2008 and 2012 supported by ANR and ANSES focused on the impact of pesticides mixtures at low doses on various physiological functions and on the characterization of such an exposure using metabonomics approach; she worked in collaboration with internal INRA teams, and with INSERM U563 and Neuroservice. She was involved in the INSERM collective expertise (report published in 2013) on the impact of pesticides on health. She is a member of the Anses expert committee on Biocides toxicity. She has directed two expertise elected by COSMAP (Ministry of Agriculture, food and forestry ) in collaboration with the University of Louvain (Belgium) (Identification of pesticides involved in the occurrence of leukemia in adults occupationally exposed -Bibliographic review on the impact of pesticides mixtures).
Nicolas Loiseau

Nicolas LOISEAU, Ph.D.
 CRCN INRA

 

 Phone: +33 582 06 63 03

 Fax: +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : Nicolas.Loiseau@inra.fr

  • Nicolas has joined the team in 2009 after coming back from San Francisco where he studied the sphingolipid during his postdoctoral period. He obtained a permanent position as research Fellow in 2002. His main research topics are to study the hepatic metabolism of xenobiotics, to develop new chromatographic method (HPLC-MS, UPLC-Fluo-DAD, HPTLC) and to study the signalling pathways of Sphingolipids (Sphingosine, Ceramides, Gangliosides).
Sandrine

Sandrine ELLERO-SIMATOS, Ph.D.
 Corps des Ponts, des Eaux et des Forêts engineer

 

 Phone: +33 582 06 63 49

 Fax: +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : sandrine.ellero-simatos@inra.fr

  • Sandrine did her PhD in molecular toxicology at INSERM, University Paris 5, under the supervision of Dr. I. de Waziers, between 2006 and 2010. She investigated the molecular consequences of the exposure of human adipose tissue to various environmental polluants, using ex-vivo adipose tissue models and “omics” technologies (transcriptomics, metabolomics). From 2010 until 2013, she did her post-doc at the Netherlands Metabolomics Center in collaboration with Pr. T. Hankemeier at Leiden University, investigating pharmaco-metabolomics. In collaboration with the Pharmacometabolomics Research Network (Duke University), she aimed at determining the metabolic determinants of the variation of response to anti platelet drugs. Since 2014, she works at INRA and is interested in the interactions between food contaminants and gut microbiota.
Laila Lakhal

Laila MSELLI-LAKHAL, Ph.D.
 IECN INRA

 

 Phone: +33 582 06 63 35

 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : Laila.Lakhal@inra.fr

  • Laila worked in Lyon (France) for 12 years as a PhD and then as an engineer at UMR754 (INRA-ENVL-UCBL-EPHE) "Retrovirus et pathologie comparée". She joined the team in early 2005 and used her skills in virology to develop cellular models overexpressing specific nuclear receptors. She is particularly interested in the role of the xenosensors CAR and PXR in the regulation of genes involved in metabolism.
Frederic Lasserre

Frédéric LASSERRE
 IECN INRA
 
 Phone: +33 582 06 63 22
 Fax: +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : Frederic.Lasserre@inra.fr

  • Frederic has been recruited at INRA in 1989. He worked in Tours (UR86 INRA "Bioagresseurs"), then in Toulouse (UMR1225 INRA-ENVT "Interactions hôtes-agents pathogène") before joining the team in late 1999. He strongly contributed to develop transcriptomic tools in the team and has worked on studying the molecular mechanisms elicited by di-(2-ethylhexyl)-phthalate (DEHP), a plasticizer and food contaminant.
SSUDRE

Séverine SUDRE
 TRN INRA
 
 Phone: +33 582 06 64 35
 Fax: +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : Severine.Sudre@inra.fr

  • Séverine was recruited in 2007 at INRA. She works with Laurence Payrastre on the impact of pesticides on human health using as a model human cancer cells CaCo2. Most of his work is to ensure the monitoring and maintenance of cell lines. She manages all stock management, orders and organizes the functioning of the laboratory (storage of glassware, pipettes metrology team). Séverine is the corresponding quality of the team and works closely with the Quality Manager and other related quality of other teams.
Arnaud Polizzi

Arnaud POLIZZI
 TRSUP INRA
 
 Phone: +33 582 06 63 88
 Fax: +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : Arnaud.Polizzi@inra.fr

  • After 3 years in the pharmaceutical industry, Arnaud was recruited at INRA in late 2005. He developed an expertise in real-time quantitative PCR assays and performs several experimental protocols, from animal studies to molecular biology assays. He is involved in virtually all projects in the team.
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Anne FOUGERAT
 Post-doctoral Fellowship AgreenSkills
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 89
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : anne.fougerat@inra.fr

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Sharon BARRETTO
 PhD Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 49
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : sharon.barretto@inra.fr

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Lorraine SMITH
 PhD Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 49
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : lorraine.smith@inra.fr

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Sarra SMATI
 PhD Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 89
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : sarra.smati@inra.fr

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Tiffany FOUGERAY
 PhD Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 89
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : tiffany.fougeray@inra.fr

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Leonie DOPAVOGUI
 PhD Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 51
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : leonie.dopavogui@inra.fr

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Fabiana OLIVIERO
 PhD Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 35
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : fabiana.oliviero@inra.fr

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Lucile MARY
 Master Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 35
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : lucile.mary@inra.fr

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Paul RUIZ
 Master Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 51
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : paul.ruiz@inra.fr

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Marine HUILLET
 Master Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 89
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : marine.huillet@inra.fr

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Alexia LAROYENNE
 Master Student
 
 Tel : +33 582 06 63 89
 Fax : +33 561 28 53 10
 e-mail : alexia.laroyenne@inra.fr

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