CELLOMET is a technology platform and a consulting office which provides expert services in metabolic sciences for various types of clients from academia to industry.
CELLOMET team members have recognized experience in metabolic research.
CELLOMET staff members are recognized expert in the study of energy metabolism in physiology and pathology.
Dr. Rossignol is a biochemist (PHD) with expertise in energy metabolism and mitochondrial sciences in physiology and pathology, with a particular emphasis on neurodegenerative disorders, rare diseases and cancer. He works as an INSERM Director (French National Institute for Medical Science and Research) in the Laboratory of Rare Diseases, Metabolism and Genetics (MRGM) at Bordeaux University. Dr. Rossignol published more than 80 articles in the field of energy metabolism and co-chaired the International Society of Mitochondrial Physiology. He is editor of the "organelle in focus" section in the International Journal of Biochemistry and Cell Biology and serves as editorial board member for Mitochondrion (Elsevier), ISRN Oxidative Medicine (Hindawi) and World Journal of Hepatology. The expertise of Dr Rossignol is used to develop Bioenergetic Modulation Therapies with the pharmaceutical industry, diagnosis assays, and biomarker panels.
Nivea DIAS AMOEDO, CELLOMET Chief Organization Officer, holds a PHD in cancer bioenergetics and biochemistry. She was a Lecturer of Biochemistry and Cell biology at the University of Rio de Janeiro before specializing in the study of lung cancer metabolic reprogramming during her postdoc at INSERM, Bordeaux. Following her postdoc, Dr. Amoedo worked with Pharmaceutical Industries to develop drugs targeting mitochondrial metabolism. She brings a valuable international skill set along with rigorous scientific culture and team management experience to CELLOMET.
Dr. Faustin is a biochemical/cell biologist who obtained his PHD in Bioenergetics from the University of Bordeaux and currently works as Principal Investigator in the Immunology laboratory CNRS UMR CIRID 5164. He developed a dual experience in discovery biology in both academia and industry, and published in top-ranked peer-reviewed scientific journals. Dr. Faustin is expert in Immunometabolism with applications in cancer and autoimmune/inflammatory diseases. After being a posdoctoral fellow in John C Reed laboratory between 2004-2009 (Sandford-Burnham Prebys Medical Research Institute, La Jolla CA USA), Dr. Faustin held several positions in industry in Discovery biology by leading a research team at GlaxoSmithKline (Philadelphia, USA). He also led product development at a French-based CRO company to develop R&D programs and cell-based assay development of disease-oriented models for preclinical drug development.
Dr Capaldi is a Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of Oregon,and was the Founder and CSO of MitoSciences. He has published over 250 papers on mitochondria including their role in cancer, mitochondrial genetic diseases, ALS, Parkinsons disease, and is on the Scientific Board of the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation.
Didier Lacombe, MGRM laboratory director, Head of Genetics Department of the University Hospital of Bordeaux, Professor of Medical Genetics ‘exceptional class’, Coordinator of Reference Center "development abnormalities and malformation syndromes" and co-coordinator of mitochondrial Diseases Reference Centre (CARAMMEL Coordinator: A. Munnich, Necker). Involved for 25 years in the field of rare diseases, he published 300 publications and actively worked on the implementation of the National Plan for Rare Diseases 1 at the Ministry of Health. He participated in several clinical trials for therapeutic purposes in the field of rare diseases and coordinates a therapeutic trial in Rubinstein Taybi-Syndrome. He was President of the National College of Medical Genetics Teachers and Practitioners and President of the Section 47 and sub-section 47.04 of the CNU, and chairs the French Federation of Human Genetics. He is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine.