Careers at INRA

  • Eleonora Elguezabal, research scientist at the Centre for Rural Economics and Sociology Applied to Agriculture and Rural Areas (CESAER), INRA Dijon. © INRA, G Simonin
    Exploring the edges of who we are

    Eleonora Elguezabal is a research scientist at the INRA centre in Dijon. Her work in the social sciences focuses on the boundaries that delineate human-inhabited areas and that separate social groups.

  • Lauriers 2015: Sophie Layé, NutriNeuro Nutrition et Neurobiologie intégrée. Université de Bordeaux 2.. © INRA, MAITRE Christophe

    Sophie Layé, Director of the laboratory of Nutrition and Integrative Neurobiology (NutrINeurO) at INRA in Bordeaux-Aquitaine, is the winner of the 2015 Scientific Breakthrough Award.

  • Lauriers 2015: Sylvain Delzon. BIOGECO Biodiversité, Gènes et Communautés. Bordeaux.. © INRA, MAITRE Christophe
    Tackling drought, root and branch

    Sylvain Delzon, research director at the Joint Research Unit for Biodiversity, Genes and Communities (BIOGECO) at INRA Bordeaux, is the recipient of the 2015 Rising Researcher Award.

  • Lauriers 2015 : Jan Traas, Reproduction et Développement des Plantes, École Normale Supérieure (ENS) et Université de Lyon 1 .. © INRA, MAITRE  Christophe
    The shape of things to come

    The 2015 INRA Award for Scientific Excellence has been awarded to Jan Traas, Research Director at the Joint Research Unit for Plant Reproduction and Development at ENS de Lyon, INRA Auvergne-Rhône-Alps.

  • 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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