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Laboratoire d'Océanographie Microbienne
UMR 7621

Julie Dinasquet




Dinasquet Julie


Laboratoire d'Océanographie Microbienne (LOMIC) - UMR 7621 CNRS-UPMC

Avenue Fontaulé - 66650 Banyuls sur mer, France


The metabolisms of marine bacteria represent an important source and sink for compounds of environmental significance such as climatically active one-carbon (C1) compounds. Yet, despite their importance in the global carbon cycle and climate regulation, bacteria involved in C1 cycling are still poorly understood. Moreover, beneficial interactions between bacteria involved in C1 cycling, may have tremendous impact on marine, and even global, carbon cycling. Therefore, this project seeks to gain insight into the social life of bacterioplankton in relation to the cycling of C1 compounds. Through combination of multidisciplinary techniques in controlled experiments and in situ, the proposed project will help understand the impact of bacteria on ecosystem functioning.

The BIOSHARE project is funded by a Marie Curie Outgoing International post-doctoral fellowship and research will be performed at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (2014-2016) and at the OOB (2016) and mentored by Ingrid Obernosterer and Farooq Azam.


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    Le LOMIC en chiffres

    8 Chercheurs CNRS
    3 Enseignant-chercheurs

    1 Chercheuse accueillie

    9 Tech/Ingénieurs

    2 Post doctorants

    2 CDD Ingénieur
    12 Etudiants en thèse