Research Teams

Research Teams

Research Teams

You will find here the list of the SPS research teams, the laboratory they belong to and a link to their webpage...

Team leader

Research Unit

Team name

Philippe Andrey

IJPB

Modeling and digital imaging

Marie-Hélène Balesdent

BIOGER

Effectors and Pathogenesis in Leptosphaeria maculans

Stéphanie Baumberger

IJPB

Lignocellulosic biopolymers: from cell wall assemblies to synthons for green chemistry

Abdelhafid Bendahmane

IPS2

Flower and Carpel Development

Moussa Benhamed

IPS2

Chromosome dynamics

Nicolas Bouché

IJPB

Epigenetic natural variation

David Bouchez

IJPB

Spatial control of cell division

Thierry Chardot

IJPB

Dynamics and structure of lipid bodies

Jean Colcombet

IPS2

Stress Signalling

Amandine Cornille

GQE-Le Moulon

Ecological genomics of multi-species interactions

Martin Crespi

IPS2

Regulatory non-coding RNAs in root plasticity

Etienne Delannoy

IPS2

Organellar Gene Expression

Angélique Déléris

I2BC

Epigenetic regulation of Arabidopsis transposable elements

Alia Dellagi

IJPB

Management of nitrogen and crops productivity

Yves Deveaux

GQE-Le Moulon

Genetics, Epigenetics and Evolution of Floral Morphogenesis

Sylvie Dinant

IJPB

Carbon, Allocation, Transport and Signaling

Jérôme Enjalbert

GQE-Le Moulon

Diversity, Evolution and Adaptation of Populations

Eric Espagne

I2BC

Meiotic Recombination and Pairing

Mathilde Fagard

IJPB

Nitrogen-pathogen interactions

Matthieu Falque

GQE-Le Moulon

Mapping, Gene expression and Polymorphism

Jean-Denis Faure

IJPB

Design, Engineering, Compartmentalization of Lipid Metabolism

Denis Faure / Peter Mergaert

I2BC

Plant-Bacteria Interactions

Florian Frugier

IPS2

Signaling pathways controlling legume root system development

Valérie Gaudin

IJPB

Chromatin dynamics and signaling

Valérie Geffroy

IPS2

Genome Dynamics and Pathogen Resistance

Carmela Giglione-Meinnel

I2BC

Protein Maturation, Cell Fate & Therapeutics

Marie-Angèle Grandbastien

IJPB

Epigenetics, Reproduction and Transposable Elements

Mathilde Grelon

IJPB

Meiosis mechanisms

Pierre Hilson

IJPB

Cell Biology and Plant Regeneration

Michael Hodges

IPS2

Signaling, regulation and metabolic interactions

Herman Höfte

IJPB

Primary cell wall

Anne Krapp

IJPB

Nitrogen Use, Transport and signaling

Anja Krieger-Liszkay

I2BC

Photobiology, Photosynthesis, Photocatalysis

Patrick Laufs

IJPB

Transcription factors and architecture

Marc-Henri Lebrun / Anne Genissel

BIOGER

Evolution and Genomics of Plant-Pathogen Interaction

Judith Legrand

GQE-Le Moulon

Biology and Adaptation, Systems in Evolution

Loïc Lepiniec

IJPB

Seed development and quality

Olivier Loudet

IJPB

Variation and abiotic stress tolerance

Marie-Laure Martin

IPS2

Genomics Networks

Céline Masclaux-Daubresse

IJPB

Senescence, Autophagy, Nutrient recycling and Nitrogen use efficiency

Hakim Mireau

IJPB

Organelles and Reproduction

Laurence Moreau

GQE-Le Moulon

Quantitative genetics and plant breeding methodology

Grégory Mouille

IJPB

Cell to Cell adhesion and Communication

Graham Noctor

IPS2

Climate change & Redox Signaling

Fabien Nogué

IJPB

DNA repair and genome engineering

Helen North

IJPB

Germination physiology

Richard O'Connell / Muriel Viaud

BIOGER

Effectors of Fungal-Plant Communication

Leandro Quadrana

IPS2

Plant Quantitative Genomics and Epigenomics

Catherine Rameau

IJPB

Strigolactones and Allelochemicals Signaling

Pascal Ratet

IPS2

Symbiosis and Immunity

Matthieu Reymond

IJPB

Biomass quality and interactions with drought

Frédéric Suffert

BIOGER

Evolutionary Epidemiology of Wheat Fungal Pathogens

Maud Tenaillon

GQE-Le Moulon

Evolutionary Genomics and Adaptation of Domesticated Plants

Sébastien Thomine

I2BC

Integrated Approches to Ion Transport

Hervé Vaucheret

IJPB

Epigenetics and small RNAs

Samantha Vernhettes

IJPB

Glycans and Signaling

Anne-Sophie Walker

BIOGER

Antifungals, Mode of Action & Resistance

Modification date : 28 November 2023 | Publication date : 22 August 2012 | Redactor : MJS