IHPE – DE LORGERIL Julien english

julienIHPE UMR 5244
University of Montpellier
Place Eugène Bataillon CC 80
F-34095 Montpellier Cedex 5 FRANCE
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email: jdelorge@ifremer.fr
POSITION : Researcher at  Ifremer
TEAM : MIMM
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RESEARCH – EXPERTISE AREA :
After a master degree in biology with a specialty in parasitology, I did a PhD (defended in 2005) on host-pathogen interactions using penaeid shrimp/vibrio (Vibrio penaeicida-Litopenaeus stylirostris) as model. These works were pursued as a scientific consultant (SkuldTech Company) until filing a patent on the use of immune related genes (level of expression) as indicators of shrimp survival capacities to vibriosis. After a post-doctoral, on the adaptation of fish to variations of salinity (Dicentrarchus labrax), I was recruited by Ifremer in 2006. Since, I mainly geared toward the study of host-pathogen-environment interactions in the context of massive and recurrent mortalities affecting the Pacific oyster (Crasostrea gigas). These works have identified some transcriptomic and genetic factors in oysters, associated to an effective versus ineffective immune response in controlled experimental conditions and in in situ conditions. In order to advance the understanding of these multifactorial diseases and define the relative weight of each factor in the pathogenesis, we currently undertake a dynamic and integrative study of the oyster as a meta-organism (the oyster together with its associated microflora, ANR DECIPHER 2015-2018).
RESUME :
2005-2006 – Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Montpellier 2, Montpellier, France. UMR5171 GPIA (CNRS-Ifremer-UM2). « Adaptation of Dicentrarchus labrax to variations of salinity by genomic approaches ».
2001-2005 – PhD in molecular biology and invertebrate immunity, University of Montpellier 2, France (2005). « Immune gene expressions and surviving capacity of the shrimp Litopenaeus stylirostris to the pathogen Vibrio penaeicida« . UMR5098 GPIA and FRE2626 DRIM, Montpellier France, Laboratory « Defense and Resistance in Marine Invertebrates » (UMR 219 CNRS-Ifremer-UM2).
2000-2001 – MSc in molecular biology, University Montpellier 2 (2001), Montpellier, France.
TEACHING :
– Masters degree. University of Montpellier 2. Antimicrobial defenses in marine invertebrates (GMBE401 ; FMOM 301, CNAM-Intechmer)
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PUBLICATIONS out of the lab or without impact factor:
– Gonzalez-Aravena M., Perez-Troncoso C., Urtubia R., Branco P., Machado Cunha Da Silva J.R., Mercado L., De Lorgeril J., Bethke J. and Paschke K. (2015) Immune response of the Antarctic sea urchin Sterechinus neumayeri: cellular, molecular and physiological approach. Revista de Biologia Tropical 63: 309-320
– Clerissi C., de Lorgeril J., Petton B., Lucasson A., Escoubas J.M., Gueguen Y., Mitta G. and Toulza E. (2018) Diversity and stability of microbiota are key factors associated to healthy and diseased Crassostrea gigas oysters. BioRxiv 378125 + soumis PCI Ecology