Nutrition Obesity & Risk of Thrombosis

Unité Mixte de Recherche  INSERM 1062 / INRA 1260 / AMU

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Thursday September 28th 2017, 13h00 (room coming)


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Creation of the MS NUTRITION company


Hosted by the NORT unit, the MS-Nutrition Company is a young company that has just been created by Matthieu Maillot and Florent Vieux, with the support of the incubator IMPULSE and  Aix-Marseille University. Through a licensing agreement with the SATT South East, representing INRA and AMU, the start-up values ​​of research conducted within the framework of their respective theses funded by INRA, and under the scientific direction of Nicole Darmon ( DR2 INRA).


This work focuses on the discovery, modeling, individual rations and nutritionally adequate menus to meet the problems encountered in public research, the food industry or catering. MS-Nutrition skille in Biostatistics also allow them to address public health projects (epidemiology, clinical studies, ...) as well as issues related to large-scale data analysis, including metabolomics through partnership with the CriBiom platform.


Creation of a Transcriptomic/Metabolomic platform Cribiom


The NORT unit had a  transcriptomic/metabolomic platform dedicated to industrials. Created by J.C. MARTIN, J.F. LANDRIER and M.J. AMIOT-CARLIN, this platform involved already 5 partners. The services provided are varied and require the expertise of several members of our laboratory (N. Darmon, F.VIEUX, M.MAILLOT).

Franck TOURNIAIRE, researcher for several years within the unit will be the project manager; A research ingineer specialized in metabolomics, Ljubica SVILAR, was also hired.

ALIMH department priority actions : a thematic scope by P. BOREL


The Priority Actions are collaborating research activities among research units of the Human Nutrition Department  of INRA.

Patrick BOREL was asked to coordinate a priority action entitled "Bioavailability of micronutrients: from food matrix to health effects" involving 19 researchers from seven units. The Scientific Council of ALIMH department has awarded  € 172,000 overall. Scheduled for 3 years, projects proposed in this priority action will be carried out in collaboration with teams from the Department of Characterization and Process Engineering of Agricultural Products (CEPIA) of INRA.

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