Our team – your experts for newborn mice testing
The NemoClinics team has extensive expertise in newborn rodent phenotyping and data analyses.
Boris Matrot, head
Boris works as a Research engineer at NeuroDiderot Institute, headed by Dr. Pierre Gressens since 2003. He owns an engineering degree in Aeronautics and Space. Boris Matrot is an expert in technology and image computing. He developed a patented platform for physiological and cognitive phenotyping of newborn rodents. He acted as workpackage leader in the european TINN FP7 project. He received the prestigious INSERM Innovation Prize in 2010, and is now head of NeoPhen team in the NeuroDiderot Institute.
Nelina Ramanantsoa, scientific officer
Nelina holds a PhD in Biology (2010) from University Paris Diderot. She published 18 original papers.
Thomas Bourgeois, technical officer
Thomas has been working as a research assistant in the field of newborn rodent phenotyping for more than ten years. He published 9 original papers.
Eleonore Sizun: engineer for animal care
Eleonore works as an engineer for animal care since 2018. She conducts experiments in newborn mice for pediatric drug research.
Maud Ringot, animal facility manager
Maud works is in charge of Robert Debré Hospital animal facility.
Jorge Gallego, scientific advisor
Jorge holds a PhD in Mathematics (1980), and a PhD in Biology (1988) from University Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris 6). He has gained international recognition in the field of neonatal respiratory control disorders and their effects on neurodevelopment. His main research topics are apnoea of prematurity and genetic respiratory disorders. Jorge has published 83 original papers, 18 reviews and book chapters, and presented 19 invited lectures.
Stephane Dauger, scientific advisor
M.D. and PhD, head of the intensive Care Unit in Robert Debré Hospital, Stéphane has a long lasting experience on the use of animal models to study pediatric diseases.