Marie-Cécile Ploy is a microbiologist, leader of the INSERM 1092 unit. Her research focuses on the genetic elements involved in the dissemination of resistances between reservoirs (human-animal-environment) and the various factors impacting this dissemination. She also work on the characterization of environmental biomarkers to better assess the impact of this reservoir on AMR transmission. During 3 years, she has coordinated the European Joint Action on antimicrobial resistance and healthcare associated infections (EU-JAMRAI). She has also coordinated, for the past 20 years, the French observatory network of pneumococcus.
Bruno François is an intensive care specialist, coordinating the Clinical Research Center of the Limoges hospital. He is interested in the development of innovative strategies and molecules to treat severely ill patients (septic choc patient in particular). He also work on therapeutic strategies involving monoclonal antibodies to treat Ventilator Associated Pneumonia. Bruno François is also involved in several European networks dealing with clinical research (ECRAID, COMBACTE…).
Professor and researcher at the INSERM 1092 unit, Christophe Dagot is an expert on water management and antimicrobial resistance in the environment. He has been involved in numerous national and international projects in the field.
Olivier Barraud is a medical microbiologist strongly involved in translational and clinical research with the collaboration of the Clinical Research Center of the Limoges hospital. He is part of the French network of young microbiologists.
Secretary at the Clinical Research Center of the Limoges hospital, Tifenn Le Naour closely work with the Europe department and brings administrative support to several projects.