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Joint Research Unit 1095 Genetics, Diversity and Ecophysiology of Cereals

SEVEN team members



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Permanent staff


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Bioinformatics - Genomics









Non permanent staff


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PhD Student

Bioinformatics - Structural and Evolutionary Genomics



PhD Student

Bioinformatics - Epigenomics



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Former staff

PhD and Postdocs
- Aurélie EVRARD (Postdoc 2013-2015): Epgenomics landscape of bread wheat chromosome 3B
- Josquin DARON (PhD 2011-2015): Impact of transposable elements in the organization and evolution of the bread wheat genome
- Lise PINGAULT (PhD 2010-2014): Structural and functional analyses of the gene space of bread wheat
- Natasha GLOVER (postdoc 2011-2014): Gene duplication, Synteny
- Julien BONNEAU (PhD 2009-2012): Positional cloning, Heat stress
- Thomas SCHMUTZER (PhD IPK Germany): Bioinformatics
- Romain PHILIPPE (postdoc 2009-2012): physical mapping of 1BL and 3B chromosomes
- Arnaud REMAY (postdoc 2009-2012): Meotic recombinaison in wheat
- Tanja GERJETS (postdoc 2010-2012): Positional Cloning of crossability gene Skr
- Timothée FLUTRE (PhD 2007-2011): Evolution of transposable element
- Camille RUSTENHOLZ (PhD 2006-2010): Gene space organization in wheat
- Matthew HINDLE (postdoc 2010): Bioinformatics
- Walid ALFARES (PhD 2006-2010): Positional cloning of crossability locus Skr
- Cyrille SAINTENAC (PhD 2006-2009): Genetic recombination in the wheat genome
- Lifeng GAO (postdoc 2008-2009): Evolutionary studies on ISBPs
- Sébastien FAURE (postdoc 2007-2009): Distribution of recombination along Chromosome 3B

Non permanent staff
- Hélène Rimbert (2014-2016)
- Ambre-Aurore Josselin (2015-2016)
- Aurélien Bernard (2013-2015)
- Julien Navarro (2014)
- Hélène Rimbert (2011-2013)
- Nelly Cubizolles (2009-2013)
- Elodie REY (2011-2012)
- Sébastien THEIL (2011-2012)
- Isabelle BERTIN (2009-2012)
- Christel LAUGIER (2008-2011)
- Aurélien BERNARD (2010-2011)
- Nelly CUBIZOLLES (2009-2011)
- Alicia BESSON (2007-2010)
- Karine CHEVALIER (2008-2009)
- Franck GIACOMONI (2008)
- Karine PAUX (2007-2008)
- Véronique DE CONTOT (2007)
- Delphine ROGER (2005-2006)

- Emeric DYNOMANT (2015): Structural variations along the hexaploid wheat chromosome 3B (Master 2, Clermont-Ferrand)
- Emeric DYNOMANT (2014): Intraspecific polymorphism related to insertion/deletion of transposable elements along the wheat chromosome 3B (Master 1, Clermont-Ferrand)
- Josquin DARON (2011): Characterization of genes non collinear between wheat and related grass genomes (Master II, Clermont-Ferrand)
- Claire PEREZ (2011): Bibliographical study of molecular markers available for wheat (Master I, Clermont-Ferrand)
- Sarah HOFMANN (2010): Positional cloning of Skr
- Jérémy MARTIN (2009): Study of the expression of homeologous group 3 genes in chromosome 3B of hexaploid wheat as a function of their structural context. (Master II, Clermont-Ferrand)
- Matthieu CHICARD (2009): Characterisation of the homoeologous copies of the different paralogues of the Rad51 genes in wheat (vocational Master II, Clermont-Ferrand)
- Matthieu CHICARD (2008): Comparative analysis of recombination in a sequenced region of bread wheat (vocational Master I, Clermont-Ferrand)
- Solène LEBIHAN (2008): Bibliographical study and validation of genes implicated in resistance to leaf rust in bread wheat (Vocational Master II, Reims)
- Camille RUSTENHOLZ (2007): Transcriptional mapping of chromosome 3B of bread wheat (Master II Agrocampus, Rennes)
- Faharidine MOHAMADI (2007): Molecular evolution of a leaf rust disease resistance locus in grasses (Master II Agrocampus, Rennes)