Careers at INRA

  • Yuna Chiffoleau, researcher in sociology for INRA’s Science for Action and Development Division. © Jean-Pierre Divet
    The long and short of short distribution channels

    Since 2001, Yuna Chiffoleau has been conducting research in sociology for INRA’s Science for Action and Development Division. Specialising in economic sociology and networks, she is particularly interested in short food distribution channels, and committed to measuring their impact on growers and consumers.

  • Bruno Fady, Director of Research and Deputy Director of INRA’s Mediterranean Forest Ecology Unit in Avignon, France. © Bruno Fady
    Pleasure is Genetic

    Bruno Fady is Director of Research and Deputy Director of INRA’s Mediterranean Forest Ecology Unit in Avignon, France. His research focuses on genetic diversity in forest tree populations and the spatial structure of genes which potentially play a role in adapting to climate change. He became the coordinator of the European GenTree Project this year.

  • Christian Huyghe lors du Ciag Dymaniques de développement des systèmes agricoles et alimentaires biologiques, tenu à Rennes le 28 avril 2016. © INRA
    Adding value to research

    With a sparkle in his blue eyes and a laugh, Christian Huyghe lives life at full tilt. From plant breeding research to transferring knowledge to industry partners, and from teaching to supporting public policymakers, Huyghe is a flurry of activity and is guided by one principle: to approach every undertaking with a sense of purpose.

  • Lauriers 2015 : Laurent Debrauwer. ToxAlim, Toxicologie Alimentaire, INRA St-Martin-du-Touch, Toulouse.. © INRA, MAITRE Christophe
    Master and Spectrometer

    Research engineer Laurent Debrauwer, manager of MetaToul-AXIOM, the metabolomics and analytical chemistry lab of the Food Toxicology Unit at INRA Toulouse, is the winner of the 2015 INRA Award for Technological Innovation.  

  • Lauriers 2015 : Sylvie Corvalin, SDAR VAL DE LOIRE Services déconcentrés d'appui à la recherche Val de Loire. INRA Tours.. © INRA, MAITRE Christophe
    Tuned into health

    Sylvie Courvalin, Occupational Health Nurse at INRA Val-de-Loire in Tours, is the winner of the 2015 Research Support Award.

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