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Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions - LIPM

Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions

Past members - Ralstonia adaptation and pathogenesis

  • Antoine Escourrou, Engineer, 2018-2020.
  • Léa Casagrande, Engineer, 2017-2020. Team member of Cytosolic and nuclear calcium signalling in plants.
  • Dr Fabienne Vailleau, Associate Professor ENSAT. Team member of Ecological genomics of adaptation in plant communities.
  • Nargess Razavi, PhD Student 2017-2020. Team member of Ecological genomics of adaptation in plant communities.
  • Dr Cyrus Sabbagh, PhD Student 2016-2019.
  • Dr Arry Morel, PhD Student 2015-2018.
  • Dr Anthony Perrier, PhD Student 2015-2018. Now Postdoctoral Researcher in University of Namur.
  • Dr Fabien Lonjon, PhD Student 2014-2017. Now Postdoctoral Researcher in CSB, University of Toronto.
  • Dr Gaofei Jiang, PhD Student 2013-2016. Now Postdoctoral Researcher in Nanjing, China.
  • Dr Keke Wang, PhD Student 2012-2015. Now Postdoctoral Researcher Macho Lab, Shanghai Center for Plant Stress Biology.
  • Dr Anne-Claire Cazale-Noel, Research Engineer INRA 2007-2014. Now in Claude Bruand team, LIPM.
  • Dr Remy Peyraud, Postdoctoral Researcher EMBO Fellow 2011-2014. Now co-founder of iMEAN start'up
  • Dr David Lohou, PhD Student 2010-2014.
  • Dr Marie Turner, Postdoctoral Researcher 2011-2013. Now Researcher in Plant Pathology in Vegenov.
  • Dr Christian Boucher, DR1 INRA, retired 2012.
  • Dr Wei Jiang, Postdoctoral Researcher 2009-2011.
  • Dr Suvendra Ray, visiting scientist, 2011, 2014.
  • Dr Philippe Remigi, PhD Student 2007-2011. Researcher in LIPM team Symbiotic functions, genome and evolution of rhizobia.
  • Dr Laure Plener, PhD Student 2007-2011. Now Researcher in Microbiology at Gene&Green TK, Marseille.
  • Dr Ilona Kars, Postdoctoral Researcher 2009-2010.
  • Dr Pierre Boistard,  DR émérite INRA-2008, retired.
  • Dr Marie Poueymiro, PhD Student 2005-2008. Now Professor Agrégé University of Toulouse.
  • Dr Mounira Elbaz, Postdoctoral Researcher 2006-2008. Now Maitre de Conférence en Tunisie.
  • Lenaic Belliot, Assistant 2006-2008.
  • Dr Catherine Baud, Postdoctoral Researcher 2005-2007.
  • Dr Aurelie Angot, PhD Student 2003-2006. Now Maitres des écoles dans l'Hérault.
  • Dr Marc Valls, Postdoctoral Researcher 2003-2006. Now Professor University of Barcelone.
  • Dr Alessandra Occhialini, Postdoctoral Researcher 2004-2006. Now Maitre de Conférence a Montpellier.
  • Dr Sebastien Cunnac, PhD Student 2001-2004. Now CR1 IRD Montpellier.
  • Dr Muriel Lavie, PhD Student 2000-2003.