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Experimental Animal Biology and Predictive Biology

2017 Doctoral Course
This course was intended for doctoral and Master 2 students enreolled at the University Paris-Saclay. The students participated in a workshop on critical foresight led by Max Moulon. Deliverables were produced on the followed subjects: new treatments that can modify the epigenome and breeder-researcher cooperation.

Presentation Titles

Workshop or conference


Creative Workshop on Critical Foresight


Max Mollon

Biodiversity, a scientific and ethical challenge


Jane Lecomte

Animal Experimentation Regulations


Hervé Juin

Evolution of man-animal relations


Thomas Heams

Genetic/Genomic Selection of Farm Animals


Didier Boichard

Modelling the entire animal


Nicolas Friggens

Epigenetics and phenotypic predictions


Hélène Kiefer

Non-coding RNA and regulation of genome expression


Laurence Amar

Modifications of the epigenome on progeny using nutrition of the parents


Anne Gabory

Microbiota and phentoype regulation in the host (immunity, diabetes)


Joël Doré

Animal Microbiota


Jordi Estelle




Genome editing in mammals


Geneviève Jolivet

Blood biomarkers in animals


Nuria Mach

Developing new methodologies for microRNA detection


Hildebrandt Niko

Critical Foresight creative workshop


Max Mollon

Telemetry and precision farming


Alline De Paula Reis

Exosomes: bimarkers and therapeutic agents


Pierre Busson

in vitro study of ticks without using live animals


Sarah Bonnet



Max Mollon

Modeling embryo morphogenesis


Nadine Peyrièras

Systems biology and prediction


Franck Delaplace

Predictive Biology and Innovations for diagnostics and pronostics in man


Gilles Chiocchia

Challenges associated with data integration


Denis Laloë - Andréa Rau

Ethics and law associated with predictive biology


Jean-Paul Markus