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Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions - LIPM

Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions


Fabrice Devoilles (Assistant Ingeneer) - plant production platform leader

Fabrice Devoilles

Holder of a DUT of Agronomy, he worked 16 years as assistant of selection cucurbit (melon / squash) within the company Gautier Seeds.

He joined the INRA by external competition in October 2014 in the service production of vegetables, and will become responsible of the service in the continuation of Jean-Luc Pariente in January, 2015.


Claudette Icher (ATP1)

Claudette Icher

Recruited at INRA in 1990, I started working in the washing and media preparation service. In 1999, I joined the plant production service in which my main mission is the production and maintenance of plant material for the laboratory. I am also involved in the production and monitoring of transgenic lines to help the plant transformation service.


Marine Pinsard (Technician)

Marine Pinsard

Marine Pinsard joined  the Plant Production service on June 1st, 2014 as technician of plant production and experimentation, with a CNRS position at the LIPM. Marine obtained a DUT in agronomy/biology and a professional qualification in plant production. Her role will be to contribute to all the activities of the service.


Céline Remblière (Assistant-Ingeneer), Plant Transformation platform leader

Céline Remblière

Céline obtained a Master in Cell and Plant Biology in 1998 at the university of Tours, France. Before joining the LIPM, she performed several fellowships to acquire methodologies in plant transformation. In 2006, she was recruited at the LIPM to create and run a service of Plant transformation, in tight collaboration with the different research groups of the lab.