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Marie-Béatrice Bogeat Triboulot

BOGEAT-TRIBOULOT Marie-Béatrice

Research Scientist-INRAE

marie-beatrice.bogeat@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 19

Research topics

  • Ecophysiology
  • Drought response
  • Control of root growth
  • Kinematics
  • Integrative biology
Oliver Brendel

BRENDEL Oliver

Research Scientist-INRAE

oliver.brendel@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 00

Personal page

Research topics

  •  Water Use Efficiency
  • Local adaptation of tree populations
  • Dynamic responses of stomata to environmental variation
  • Drought response of trees

Researchers and professors

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AFIF Dany

Assistant Professor

Université de lorraine

dany.afif@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 74

Thématiques de recherche

  • Cellulose biosynthesis
  • Cell membran
  • Wood formation
  • Environmental constraints (ozone, elevated CO2, …)
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CABANE Mireille

Assistant Professor

Université de Lorraine

mireille.cabane@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 75

Research topics

  • Cell wall
  • wood formation
  • climate change (ozone and elevated CO2)
  • cellular and molecular analysis

 

 

Anthony Gandin

GANDIN Anthony

Assistant Professor

Université de Lorraine

anthony.gandin@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 74

Research topics

  • Photosynthesis and primary metabolism
  • Functional allocation of carbon
  • Integrative Biology of stress response
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HASENFRRATZ-SAUDER Marie-Paule

Assistant Professor

Université de Lorraine

marie-paule.hasenfratz@univ-lorraine.fr 

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 87 

Irène Hummel

HUMMEL Irène

Research Scientist-INRAE

irene.hummel@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 73 35

Research topics

  • Acclimatization and response mechanisms to water availability in young trees (especially poplars)
  • Plasticity of responses to edaphic water deficit (in greenhouses) and / or to osmotic stress (in hydroponics)
  • Cellular and molecular controls of root growth (division and elongation)
  • Ecophysiology and physiology, biophysics and kinematics, molecular biology and transcriptomics
Yves Jolivet

JOLIVET Yves

Professor-Université de Lorraine

yves.jolivet@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 70

Research topics

  • Physiology of stress
  • Bioenergetics
  • Cell detoxification 

 

Didier Le Thiec

LE THIEC Didier

Research Director-INRAE

didier.lethiec@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 40 98

Research topics

  • Ecophysiology
  • Drought
  • Ozone
  • Stomates 

 

 

Marie-Noëlle Vaultier

VAULTIER Marie-Noëlle

Assistant Professor - HDR

Université de Lorraine

marie-noelle.vaultier@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 50 97

Research topics

  • Study of molecular and cellular mechanisms (detoxification; signaling) put in place during the response to oxidative stress generated by one or more abiotic constraint (s) (ozone, drought)

 

Engineers and Technicians

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AUBRY Nathalie

Technician-INRAE

nathalie.aubry@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 28

Audrey Berthe

BERTHE Audrey

Assistant engineer Université de Lorraine 

audrey.berthe@univ-lorraine.fr 

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BURE Cyril

Technician-INRAE

cyril.bure@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 73 23

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COHEN David

Engineer-INRAE

david.cohen@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 19

David Combemale

COMBEMALE David

Assistant engineer-INRAE

david.combemale@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 73 49

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MARTIN Stéphane

Technician

Université de Lorraine

stephane.martin@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 76

+33 (0) 3 72 74 50 06

 

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OLRY Jean-Charles

Technical assistant-Université de Lorraine

jean-charles.olry@univ-lorraine.fr

 

 

Contract Researchers, Post-doctoral and PhD Students

Ricardo Joffre

JOFFE Ricardo

PhD student-Université de Lorraine

ricardo.joffe@univ-lorraine.fr

Thesis topic

Regulation of photosynthesis under oxidative stress in poplar: the role of mesophyll conductance 

 

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RABARIJAONA Arivoara

PhD Student - INRAE

arivoara.rabarijaona@inrae.fr

Thesis topic

Does water-use efficiency of trees influence the drought resilience of oak stands?

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TRABOULSI Lama

Doctorante -Université de Lorraine

Thesis topic

Developmental plasticity oh the poplar root system in response to physical and water heterogeneities of the soil

Benjamin Turc

TURC Benjamin

PhD student-Université de Lorraine

benjamin.turc@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 6 17 09 36 73  

 

 

 

 

Mission

Pierre Dizengremel

DIZENGREMEL Pierre

Emeritus professor

Professor-Université de Lorraine

pierre.dizengremel@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 68 42 41

Research topics

  • Cell physiology of stress   
  • Ozone    
  •  Drought
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DREYER Erwin

Research Director-INRAE

erwin.dreyer@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 40 32

Jean-Marc Guehl

GUEHL Jean-Marc

Research Director-INRAE

jean-marc.guehl@inrae.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 40 36

Research topics

  • Forest ecophysiology
  • Water stress and climate change
  • Efficiency of water use
  • Stable isotopes