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Gabi XIONG is a PhD candidate. His research project will focus on the biomechanical simulation and modelisation of mesenchymal stem cell responses.
Kim GEELINK is a student engineer from Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. She is evaluating in vitro the effect of glucose supplementation on cell survival, phenotype and matrix production of MSCs and disc cells in a degenerated intervertebral disc environment.
Les Echos talks about the first Unusual 2021 visit of the CNRS, which took place in our laboratory on October 1, 2021.
Margaux WEISS is a student engineer from université de technologie de Compiègne. She works on Investigation of AMPK activation for improved survival of MSCs in ischemic environments.
PhD defended by Guotian LUO on 24-09-2021
Guoyan XIAN is a PhD candidate. His research project will evaluate the regenerative potential of craniofacial bone defects using new biomimetic biomaterials with gyroid macrostructure
Léa ROUQUIER is a student engineer from Ecole Centrale de Lyon and master M2 in biomechanics from Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University. She works on mechanotransduction of healthy human mesenchymal stromal cells.
Samantha MAGNIN is a student engineer from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de St-Etienne. She is working on the development of a nutritive hydrogel to promote the survival of mesenchymal stem cells in ischemic environment.
Amandine LEROUX is a engineer student from Icam. She works on Dragonfly ORS, an image analysis software with Deep Learning components. The objectiveof her project is to improve the processing of explant images acquired by micro-scanner.
Hasan GHANEM is a M1-Health student from Paris University. His master project is entitled: "Evaluation of the regenerative potential of craniofacial bone defects using new biomimetic biomaterials with gyroid macrostructure".
Louis LEBRETON is a M1 student from Orléans University]. His master project is entitled: "microarchitectural analysis: effects of physical exercise on bone tissue, comparison between mixed, intermittent and continuous exercise".
Caroline CARON is a M1 student from Orléans University. Her master project will compare the effects of different training modalities on the quality and repair of tibial bone tissue.
Katia KESSIR is a M2 student from Orléans University. During her master's project, she will compare calcified cartilage and subchondral plaques between samples of healthy human knees and those of an arthritic knee.
Sara KRIM is a M2 student from Orléans University. Her master project will focus on the immunohistochemical study of the effects of different exercise modalities on bone tissue and its vascularization.
The B3OA laboratory seeks to develop funding proposals in collaboration with experienced researchers for submission to the Horizon 2021 Marie program Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (IF) in the field of skeletal tissue engineering. For more informations, please see "job opportunities" page.
The B3OA laboratory seeks highly motivated post-doctoral candidates to develop funding proposals for submission to the China Scholarship Council post-doctoral program in the field of skeletal and intervertebral disc tissue engineering, osteo-articular imaging, or physical exercise impact on bone status and reparation. For more informations, please see "job opportunities" page.…
PhD defended by Stéphanie UK on 29-01-2021
Marie MICOLON is a M1 student from UTC. Her master project will evaluate in vitro the ability of nutritive hydrogels to improve survival, cell phenotype and matrix production of mesenchymal stem cells in a degenerative disc environment.
Lilou BABINET is a M1 student from UTC. Her master project will analyse the osteogenic potential of a new bone substitute in a bone reconstruction model.
PhD defended by Céline BOURZAC on 16-12-2020
Describing and understanding the bone formation process of human bone substitutes: application to the orofacial sphere
Defended by Ahmad Moustapha DIALLO on 13-10-2020
Morgane MARGOTTIN is a CDD CNRS project engineer. She joined our lab on November 2nd 2020.
Agathe BEDOUX is a M1 student from UTC. Her master project will determine the response of MSCs from patients with osteogenesis imperfecta to shear stress.
Nicolas PHILLIPS is a M1 student at UTC. His master project focuses on the development and evaluation of spectral CT methods for the early detection of osteoarthritis.
Karla MIRALLES DOS SANTOS is a M2 student from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne. Her master project will analyse the cellular behavior of MSCs at the contact of two bioceramic scaffold geometries.
Our patent "Non invasive process for the evaluation of the quality of internal dense connective tissues" has been nominated by APINNOV for their Promising Patent trophy.
Etienne GUIGONNAT is a CNRS development engineer. He is our new administrative and financial manager. He joined our lab on June 2020. See his profile
Thierry HOC is Professor at Ecole Centrale Lyon. He will collaborate on the following projects: Biomedical innovations in orthopaedics: a biophysical approach Optimizing MSC osteogenic potential with mechanical stresses Diagnosing bone quality based on skin analysis and artificial intelligence He joined our lab on February 2020. See his profile
Manon MAROQUENNE is a CNRS project engineer. She joined our lab on January 6th 2020. See her profile
Lionel QUENTIN is an INSERM research technician. He joined our lab on December; 1st 2019. See his profile
Rebecca is a PhD candidate. She will work on the impact of oxidative stress induced by the diabetic microenvironment on bone repair and on the therapeutic potential of mesenchymal stem cells associated with cyclodextrin-astaxanthin antioxidant complexes She joined our laboratory on October 3, 2019.She is supervised by F. Anagnostou. View…
Pauline is a PhD candidate. She will work on the development of a composite biomaterial able to increase the survival and functionality of Mesenchymal Stem Cells transplanted into a large bone defect. She joined our laboratory on October 3, 2019.She is supervised by H. Petite and E. Potier. View her…
Contribution to the understanding and prevention of cell death of mesenchymal stem cells after implantation: Application to tissue engineering
PhD defended by Cyprien DENOEUD on 30-09-2019
The documentary recounts the 5 original encounters between Villejuif residents, which took place in spring 2019 at the Elsa-Triolet Media Library in Villejuif, as part of the 80th CNRS anniversary celebrations. This is the opportunity to explore from an original angle 10 scientific discoveries that have marked the last decade…
Fractures: the amazing healing ability of our bones!
Contributions to the understanding of the mechanism of stem cell bone formation in a murine ectopic model
Defended by Karim OUDINA on 09-2015
Repairing bones with stem cells The use of stem cells for bone repair becomes possible thanks to a nutritive hydrogel developed by researchers from the Laboratory of Osteoarticular Bioengineering and Bioimaging, in collaboration with members of the Ermecee. This hydrogel prevents stem cells from dying after implantation by delivering the…
Cryopreserved and then grafted, the transformation of the aorta into a trachea. For a long time difficult, the trachea and bronchi have only had a reliable transplant protocol for a few years. The operation, conducted by doctors from the Paris Seine-Saint-Denis university hospitals, uses an aorta segment. Researchers from the…
Dr. Adrien Moya has just started a post-doc at the University of Miami in the lab of Paul Schiller. Here we discuss Dr. Moya’s previous work in the CNRS lab at Diderot University in Paris. His recent publication in Stem Cells reports use of the Cytocentric platform for to control conditions…
In certain bone pathologies or fractures, the repair strategy of reference is to graft a piece of bone of the patient in th defect to repair. With stem cells seeded onto coral skeleton, one could improve bone repair. For now, the experience on the mouse seems conclusive! https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2uxlrp An episode…
The medical imaging techniques currently developed make it possible to obtain more and more powerful images. This film presents the work of 4 laboratories specialized in the observation of the bone. A CNRS Image movie. Report from October 2011. Find here the CNRS videos.
At the Lariboisière Hospital (Paris), research on biomaterials allowed, after implantation of coral seeded with stem cells in sheeps, a good repair of bone defect. While waiting for the applications on the man ... An episode of the series "Des idées plein la tech", directed by Fr. Demerliac. Thursday, April…
What are the bones used for? How do our joints handle shocks? What happens when you have a sprain or dislocation? How is the skeleton formed during fetal life? And during growth, how do the bones lengthen? What is scoliosis? When a bone breaks, how is it repaired? And why…
Artificial retina, glasses equipped with cameras? Technology to help the visually impaired? Synthetic blood: soon a reality? To meet the needs of the sick and wounded, the researchers managed to make "blood"? Artificial skin created in the laboratory? E = M6, the science magazine presented by Mac Lesggy. Emission of…
Strategies for enhancing stem cells derived from bone marrow stroma functionality for tissue engineering
Defended by Adrien MOYA on 14-09-2016
Defended by Jonathan RIBOT on 15-12-2015