Stéphane Savary
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Stéphane Savary Pr.

Course and current status

Stéphane SAVARY

LAb. BioPeroxIL - EA7270 University of Bourgogne

6, Bd Gabriel, F-21000 Dijon, France

 

POSITIONS AND EMPLOYMENT

   Since 2012 : Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, IUT Dijon,

Head of the group “ABCD transporters and X-ALD”, Lab. BioperoxIL, EA7270 University of Bourgogne

1998-2012 : Associate Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, IUT Dijon

1996-1998 : Assistant Professor, Molecular Biology, University of Tours, Postdoc in the Research Institute of Insect Biology, Genomic relationship between the wasp Cotesia congregata and its symbiotic polydnavirus.

 

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

2004 - Habilitation to Supervise Researches, Univeristy of Bourgogne,  “Cloning and characterization of the ABCD2 gene: therapeutic hope for adrenoleukodystrophy”

1996 - PhD. Immunology, University of the Mediterranean Marseille, France, CIML, Identification and characterization of novel ABC transporters in mammals.

1993 - MS Immunology, University of the Mediterranean Marseille, France

1989-1992 - BS,MS Biochemistry, University of the Mediterranean Marseille, France

 

THESIS AND MASTER SUPERVISION

Supervisor of 9 Master students since 1999

Supervisor of 6 PhD students since 1999

 

OTHER EXPERIENCES AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

- Elected to the Comission of human ressources of the IUT of Dijon since 2013

- Elected to the Scientific Council of the IUT of Dijon 2006-2012

- President of the AEP-Bio (Association for the Study of Peroxisomes) whose aim is to animate a scientific network and organize scientific meeting every two years on peroxisomal themes.

- Co-organizer of the 3rd OEPM (Dijon, 2012), of the 29th Forum of Young Researchers SFBBM (Dijon, 2002)

- Organizer of the 11th (Dijon, 2004) and 12th (Paris, 2006) meeting of AEP-Bio

Scientific summary

Cloning of novel ABC transporters in mammals

ABCA1 - Tangier Disease, cholesterol efflux

ABCB7 - Sideroblastic Anemia

ABCG1 - cholesterol efflux

ABCD2 - closest homolog of ABCD1 which is associated to X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy

 

ABCD2, a therapeutic target for X-ALD

Transcriptional regulation of ABCD2

PPARalpha pathway, fibrates, fatty acids

DHEA, Thyroid hormone and thyromimetics as inducers

Phenyl butyrate and chromatin remodeling

LXR antagonists

 

Structure-function analysis of ABCD2

Substrate specificity

Functional redundancy

Oligomerization

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