Emilie Camiade

PhD, Deputy head of the "Bacteria and maternal/fœtal risk" team

Research

The objective of our work is to understand if the carbohydrate metabolism is implicated in the Streptococcus agalactiae high capacity of adaptation.
Indeed, the carbon catabolite repression (CCR) in bacteria is generally regarded as a regulatory mechanism to ensure sequential utilization of environmental carbohydrates.
We are working on the different actors of CCR in order to define their role in S. agalactiae adaptation and virulence. 

Other activities

Associate Professor at the Science and technique faculty of the Tours university.
Teaching in Bacteriology for 2d, 3rd and 4th year students:
Undergraduate : License in Biology;
Postgraduate in the Masters:
     Infectiologie cellulaire et moléculaire, vaccinologie et anticorps thérapeutiques (Cellular and molecular infectiology, vaccinology and therapeutic antibodies);
     Erasmus Mundus "Infectious diseases and One Health" (IDOH) involving three core partners: University of Tours/INRAE, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona/CReSA and Hanover Medical School.

Contact details

Emilie CAMIADE

  Émilie Camiade
  Université de Tours - Faculté de Médecine
  UMR ISP
  10 boulevard Tonnellé
  37032 Tours Cedex 1
  France
  33(0)2 47 36 61 97
  Email : emilie.camiade@univ-tours.fr

Publications

HAL
PubMed
ResearchGate

See also

Modification date: 22 March 2024 | Publication date: 14 February 2017 | By: Emilie Camiade