Alexis Parenté
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  • Phone : +33 5 55 45 72 77
  • Location : Limoges, France
Last update 2021-04-19 21:22:36.917

Alexis Parenté PhD Molecular and Cell Biology - Assistant Lecturer

Course and current status

Dr. Alexis Parenté

PhD Molecular and Cell Biology - Assistant Lecturer / Researcher

Peirene Lab (EA7500) -    University of Limoges, France

Contact : alexis.parente@unilim.fr

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2020-2021 Assistant Lecturer/Researcher (ATER CNU 67-68) - EA7500 Peirene Lab - GAMAA - Animal Genomics, Improvement, Adaptation - Limoges University - Limoges, France

2019-2020 Assistant Lecturer/Researcher (ATER CNU 64 - 69) - EA7500 Peirene Lab - GAMAA - Animal Genomics, Improvement, Adaptation - Limoges University - Limoges, France

2015-2019 PhD Student - Biology and health (INRA and FRM position) - UMR1061- INRA - UGMA - Animal Molecular Genetics Unit - Limoges University - Limoges, France

2015 Master of Science - Genetics and Physiology.  Limoges University & Clermont-Ferrand University, France

Born in 1991

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  • Supervision of 8 Master-1 internships
  • Supervision of 3 Master-2 internships


  • Publications (7)
  • Oral communication (12)
  • Poster communication (8)

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  • Qualifications in CNU sections 64-65-66-87.
  • Qualification for Animal Experimentation
  • Expert "Young Doctor" of the High Council for Evaluation of Research and Higher Educatuion (Hcéres)
  • National finalist of the competition "My Thesis in 180 seconds" (2018)
  • Grant "Espoir de la recherche" 2018-2019 - Foundation for Medical Research (F.R.M)

 

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Scientific summary

PhD in molecular and cell Biology. Assistant Lecturer in PEIRENE lab at the University of Limoges (France) , focusing on the genetic control of muscle development, with a particular attention to the study of genes that may be involved in the early phases of muscle differentiation and genes that could control the quality of the product "muscle”.

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