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Salim Aberkane defended in thesis on the 12th of january 2017 in Montpellier. His work was entitled "screening and caracterisation of antibiotics multiresistant bacteria in a mediterranean avian reservoir". Supervisors : S. Godreuil and C. Carrière; assistant manager: H. Jean-Pierre.

 

Huy Nguyen Quang defended his thesis on the 20th of december 2016 in Hanoï. His work was entitled "Genetic determinants and evolution of drug resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Vietnam: toward new diagnostic tools".

 

Abdoul-Salam Oudraogo defended his thesis in february 2016 in Montpellier. His work was entitled "Prevalence, circulation and caracterisation of multiresistant bacteria in Burkina-Faso". Supervisors : S. Godreuil and C. Carrière; assistant manager: H. Jean-Pierre.

 

The CBID (Computational Biology for Infectious Diseases) summer school took place in september 18th-25th in Hanoi, Vietnam. It is designed to provide students, researchers and professionals working on infectious diseases with basic concepts and hands-on experience in quantitative analyses of high throughput data in Molecular phylogenetics, Metagenomics, Population genetics, Transmission dynamics and Epidemics forecasting.

 

The Laboratoire Mixte Internationnal DRISA: Drug Resistance in South East Asia was created in march 2016. Co-managed by Anne-Laure Bañuls, it coordinates the work of several teams  in France, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. The aim is to describe the mechanisms of emergence of antibiotic resistance in south-east Asia, with theoretical as well as experimental or descriptive approaches.

 

Sokleaph Cheng obtained an ARTS grant and began her PhD in septembre 2016, on the evolution of antibiotics resistance of  Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Cambodia.

 

Jorian Prudhomme defended his thesis on friday the 18th of december 2015 at the Agropolis international center. His work was entitled "Sandflies and ecosystems: impact of biotic and abiotic factors on the populations genetic and phenotypic structure".

 

Ngoc Ahn Nguyen Thi came to France in october 2015 to start her PhD on the caracterisation of atypic mycobacterium strains and the development of diagnostic tests. She is currently in Toulouse where she realizes a part of her work in collaboration with the platform Biopuces.

 

Silaphet Somphavong, in Laos, finished her three-months stay in Montpellier in january 2017. Her PhD aims at typing Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains.