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Tristan-2017IHPE UMR 5244
University of Montpellier
Place Eugène Bataillon CC 80
F-34095 Montpellier Cedex 5 FRANCE
Tel +33(0)4-67-14-37-26
Fax +33(0)4-67-14-46-22
email: Tristan.Rubio@ifremer.fr
POSITION : Ph.D student (Download resume)
THESIS DIRECTORS : Delphine DESTOUMIEUX-GARZON & Guillaume CHARRIERE
TEAM : MIMM
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THESIS SUBJECT :
Diversity of interaction mechanisms of  vibrio from the splendidus clade with their host, oyster Crassostrea gigas
KEYWORDS :
Host-pathogen interactions, Innate immunity, bacteria, marine environnement
THESIS PROJECT :
My thesis project aims to explain the mechanisms of interaction of different pathogenic and non-pathogenic Vibrio strains focusing on their interactions with immune tissues of the oyster. We hope to determine conserved mechanisms among vibrio species involved in building durable interactions (pathogenic or commensal) with oysters.We are focusing specifically on two major interfaces of the immune system: ephitelia and hemocytes
AWARDS & PRICES
- 1st price, Meeting of PhD students from Universities of Montpellier (France), Gérone (Spain), Iles Baléares (Spain), Lleida (Spain), nov. 2015
– winner of the regional contest « My Phd thesis in 180 seconds » with his thesis « Diversity of interaction mecanisms of vibrios from Splendidus clade with its host, oyster Crassostrea gigas ». National Contest in Bordeaux on may, 31, 2016…
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ORAL COMMUNICATIONS AND POSTERS :
Vanhove A., Jacq A., Le Roux F., Rubio T., Calteau A., Bachère E., Nicod J., Vergnes A., Lemire A., Charrière G. and Destoumieux-Garzón D. Vibrio and the intraphagosomal environment: how an oyster pathogen evades intracellular killing in oyster hemocytes The 2014 International Congress on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control and 47th Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology. 3-8 July 2014.Mainz, Germany.Oral communication.