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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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UMR EEF - Forest Ecology and Ecophysiology

          www.nancy.inra.fr/eef

Staff

Person in charge

Didier LE THIEC

Didier LE THIEC

Research Director

didier.lethiec@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 40 98

  • stomatal regulation in response to climate change (drought and ozone pollution)
  • role of stomata (conductance, candidate genes and anatomy) in water-use efficiency
  • Person in charge of microscopy at the Functional Ecology Platform (PTEF)

Researchers and professors

Dany AFIF

Dany AFIF

Assistant Professor

dany.afif@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 74

  • Regulation of the biosynthesis of cellulose in response to environmental stresses (ozone, elevated CO2)
  • Cellular and molecular approaches

M-Béatrice BOGEAT-TRIBOULOT

Marie-Béatrice BOGEAT-TRIBOULOT

Research Scientist

marie-beatrice.bogeat@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 19

  • Skills: Cell and root water relations and cell biophysics
  • Integrative study of the poplar response to water deficit: ecophysiology, functional genomics, biophysics
  • Study of root growth control in response to water deficit
Olivier BRENDEL

Oliver BRENDEL

Research Scientist

oliver.brendel@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 00

  • Forest ecophysiologist with a major interest in intra-specific diversity of water-use efficiency and adaptation to local environmental conditions (especially drought and water-logging), combining ecophysiological phenotyping techniques (e.g. stable isotopes) with quantitative and population genetics approaches (QTL and association mapping, candidate functions and genes for water-use efficiency)
Mireille CABANE

Mireille CABANE

Assistant Professor

mireille.cabane@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 75

  • Changes in lignification in response to climate change (elevated ozone and CO2)
  • Analysis at the cellular and molecular levels

Erwin DREYER

Erwin DREYER

Research Director

erwin.dreyer@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 40 32

  • Ecophysiology of forest trees
  • Main interests:
    • Tree response to stress and diversity of functional traits in tree populations
    • Diversity of water-use efficiency,
    • Response to drought, root hypoxia, shading
    • Editor in Chief of Annals of Forest Science
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Marie-Paule HASENFRATZ-SAUDER

Assistant Professor

marie-paule.hasenfratz@univ-lorraine.fr 

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 87

Irène HUMMEL

Irène HUMMEL

Research Scientist

irene.hummel@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 73 35

  • Ecophysiology and genomics of the response to abiotic stress in forest trees
  • Main topic: comparative and integrative approaches of the poplar responses to drought
Yves Jolivet

Yves JOLIVET

Professor

yves.jolivet@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 70

  • Study of the physiological and molecular changes that affect the carbon metabolism of poplar or other crops under oxidative stress
  • Special focus on the regeneration of reducing power under this constraint
  • Participation in the identification of markers of interspecific differences of tolerance to hypoxia in oaks
M-Noëlle VAULTIER

Marie-Noëlle VAULTIER

Assistant Professor

marie-noelle.vaultier@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 50 97

  • Focus on molecular and cellular mechanisms (detoxification; signaling) initiated during oxidative stress response under one or combined abiotic stress (ozone, drought)

Engineers and Technicians

Nathalie NINGRE

Nathalie AUBRY-NINGRE

Technician (80%)

nathalie.aubry@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 28

  • In charge of molecular biology experiments
  • In charge of safety procedures in the team
Cyril BURE

Cyril BURE

Technician

cyril.bure@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 73 23

  • In charge of experiment implementation under controlled and semi controlled conditions, and monitoring of experiments
  • Measurements of tree water relations (water potential, water transfer in the trees, ...)
David COHEN

David COHEN

Engineer

david.cohen@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 19

  • Involved in the study of the response to abiotic stresses (drought and ozone) mainly in poplar, by genomic approaches
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Joëlle GERARD

Ingeneer

joelle.gerard@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 50 97

  • Involved in the experimentations on detoxication and reducing power regeneration
  • Skills in microscopy
  • In charge of safety procedures in the team
Stéphane MARTIN

Stéphane MARTIN

Technician (50%)

stephane.martin@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 76

+33 (0) 3 72 74 50 06

  • In charge of the phytotronic chambers at the Universtity
Béatrice RICHARD

Béatrice RICHARD

Engineer

richard@nancy.inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 40 93

  • Conception, design, test and validation of analytical methods for the characterization of functional traits within the framework of projects on forest tree ecophysiology in interaction with the environment

PhD students / Post-doctoral researchers

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Théo GERARDIN

PhD student

theo.gerardin@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 73 45

  • Impact of drought on water-use efficiency on oak trees
  • Transpiration efficiency
Mathile Royer

Maxime DURAND

PhD student

maxime.durand@inra.fr

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 17

  • Impact of drought on water-use efficiency on poplar trees
  • Transpiration efficiency
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Nicolas DUSART

PhD student

nicolas.dusart@univ-lorraine.fr

+33 (0) 3 72 74 51 87

  • Adaptation of poplar trees to ozone and drought
  • Integrative approach transcriptomic, antioxidant, stomatal conductance
Youssef

Chvan YOUSSEF

Post-doctoral position

+33 (0) 3 83 39 41 17

chvan.youssef@inra.fr

  • Analysis of root growth diversity among poplar genotypes/species by computing growth parameters using infrared imaging.
  • Cellular and molecular approaches

They worked with us

  • Rémy MERRET (PhD 2007-2010)
  • Sacha BOHLER (PhD 2007-2010)
  • Cyril DOUTHE (PhD 2008-2011)
  • Fahad RASHEED (PhD 2009-2012)
  • Ata DGHIM (PhD 2009-2012)
  • Jennifer DUMONT (PhD 2009-2012)
  • Sylvère VIALET CHABRAND (PhD 2010-2013)
  • Louise BROUSSEAU (PhD 2010-2013)
  • François BIZET (PhD 2011-2014)
  • Mathilde ROYER (post-doc 2014-2015)