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Associate Professor position

Emergence of antibiotic resistance and bacterial-host interactions in the environment

TEACHING  :
The MCU will participate in the Microbiology Master’s courses, in particular the EU "Microbiology of Natural and Anthropized Environments" and will be strongly involved in the creation of an EU dedicated to the "medical and pharmaceutical microbiology" of the first year of the Master’s degree. In the continuity of the M1-M2 course, the MCU will create lessons within the MAABE course (Microbiology Applied to Agri-food, Biomedical and Environment) of the Master Microbiology (EU "Microbiology applied to the biomedical, pharmaceutical and veterinary sector") on the pathogen - human relations, their roles in the adaptation to environmental and anthropic constraints. He/she will be involved in opening up this path to alternating work and study, the current objective of which is to promote professional integration in the private sector. He/she will teach microbiology in the EU "Quality and Risk Management" of the Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology Licence and in the EU "Microbiology 1" of the L2 Life Sciences.

Teaching contacts :
WISNIEWSKI-DYE Florence, PR, florence.wisniewski univ-lyon1.fr, Tel 04 72 44 58 89
FAVRE-BONTE Sabine, MCU, sabine.favre-bonte univ-lyon1.fr, Tel 04 72 43 14 95

RESEARCH  :
The host team is interested in health ecology in relation to a major societal issue, antibiotic resistance (ATBR). She wishes to strengthen her research on the environmental role of efflux mechanisms, generalist resistance mechanisms contributing to the emergence of the MultiDrug Resistant phenotype in pathogenic species in hospitals. The MCU will develop activities at the interface of microbial ecology and natural substance chemistry in order to evaluate the dynamics of efflux-mediated ATBR (phenotypic and genetic selection) in the environment by integrating the constraints related to interactions with eukaryotic organisms, i.e. chemical compounds resulting from the metabolism of eukaryotic organisms (plants, macrofauna), and those related to the anthropization of environments. The required skills are in microbial ecology, bacterial genetics, and natural substance chemistry.

Research contact :
NAZARET Sylvie, DR CNRS, sylvie.nazaret univ-lyon1.fr, Tel 04 72 43 13 23