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MEM projects funded in 2016

Everything you need to know about the 9 projects funded by MEM in 2016: ENIGME, HANTAGULUMIC, LEARN-BIOCONTROL, METAFOLDSCAN, MICROFIT, MODCHOCYCLE, POPART, SYSTOMICS, VIROME ACCESS

Updated on 06/30/2017
Published on 06/29/2017

► Read online (or dowload below) the PDF file of the 9 projects funded in 2016 (abstracts, name of the coordinators, partners and units):

MEM 2016 - 9 funded projects summaries



► Projects funded :
(alphabetical order of the acronyms)

Acronym  Title Thematics  Coordinator  Unit
ENIGME Engineering interactions in methanogenic communities at the ecosystem level Digesteurs (Biotec) Kim
 MILFERSTEDT

LBE UR0050

Narbonne

HANTAGULUMIC Spatio-temporal interactions between hantavirus, gut and lung microbiota Pathobiome Nathalie
 CHARBONNEL

CBGP UMR 1062

Montpellier

LEARN-BIOCONTROL Learning microbial networks from metabarcoding data: application to biological control Pathobiome & Agri Corinne
 VACHER

BIOGECO UMR1202

Bordeaux

METAFOLDSCAN A user-friendly interface -experimentally validated- dedicated to wide-genome scanning to identify fold hits associated to a 3D characterized target protein. Digesteurs (Gut) Gwenaëlle
 ANDRÉ-LEROUX

MAIAGE UR1014

Jouy

MICROFIT Unraveling the genetic determinants of fitness of a food microorganism in its natural ecosystem by a Tn-seq approach (massive sequencing of transposon insertion libraries) Food Catherine
 MADZAK

GMPA UMR0782

Grignon

MODCHOCYCLE Modeling the cholesterol cycle with the interplay between the host and gut microbiota Digesteurs (Gut) Moez
 RHIMI

MICALIS UMR1319

Jouy

POPART Regulation of the poplar microbiome by its host: is the immune system involved ? Agri Aurélie
 DEVEAU

IAM UMR1136

Nancy

SYSTOMICS Systems approaches to study microbial consortia: integrating meta-omics data to elucidate the functioning of lignocellulolytic microbial consortia. Digesteurs (Biotec) Guillermina
 HERNANDEZ-RAQUET

LISBP UMR 792

Toulouse

VIROME ACCESS Accessing to virus genomes out of metagenomics data: improving statistical and bio-informatics analytic tools to better assess the contribution of phages on microbial ecosystems Pathobiome & Food Stéphane
 CHAILLOU

MICALIS UMR1319

Jouy