Dr. Nicolas Radomski, Ph.D.
14 rue Pierre et Marie Curie
94701 Maisons-Alfort (France)
+33 (0) 1 49 77 27 53
nicolas.radomski@anses.fr
Internships

'An expert is someone who has made all the mistakes to be made in a very specific field' Niels Bohr

Study of potential sources of non-tuberculous mycobacteria in two Virginia watersheds by quantitative real-time PCR - 2010: 3 months

VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATES UNIVERSITY, BLACKSBURG (USA)
Third year of PhD degree - Biological Science Department (Falkinham lab) of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and States University (VirginiaTech) - International mobility fellowship of Paris-Est University (Paris-Est University) - Writing of book chapter and quantification of mycobacteria density in environmental samples by real time PCR - Supervisors: J.O. Falkinham III (Falkinham lab) and F.S Lucas (Paris-Est University).


REPORTS
Study of genetic diversity of Mycobacterium avium subsp. from human and animal origin by VNTR-MIRUs, RFLP1245 and RFLP1311 typing - 2007: 6 months

FRENCH FOOD SAFETY AGNECY, MAISONS-ALFORT (FRANCE)
Five-year university degree - French Food Safety Agency in Maisons-alfort (afssa) - Bacterial Zoonoses Department - Molecular biology methods (RFLP, VNTR), biosafety level 3-laboratory, taxonomy of Mycobacterium avium, transfer of technology with the National Institute of Agronomical Research in Tours (INRA) - Supervisors: M.L. Boschiroli (afssa) and F. Biet (INRA).


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Organization of computational management of a Listeria monocytogenes strains collection and characterization by serotyping, ribotyping and pulsotyping - 2006: 6 months

PASTEUR INSTITUE, LILLE (FRANCE)
Four-year university degree- Pasteur Institute in Lille (IPL) - Centre of molecular typing - Serotyping, ribotyping, pulsotyping - Development of informatic database integrating serological and molecular typing results of several collections Listeria monocytogenes strains, Development of PFGE typind method, comparison of strains isolated from human and food - Supervisor: J. Vincent.


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Study of Listeria monocytogenes growth in salmon by chalenge tests at differents temperatures - 2005: 2 months

FRENCH FOOD SAFETY AGENCY, BOULOGNE SUR MER (FRANCE)
Three-year university degree - French Food Safety Agency (afssa) - Microbiology Research Department- Chalenge tests of Listeria monocytogenes at different temperatures and incorporation of the previous results performed on other matrix - Supervisor: G. Bourdin.


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Study of Pseudomonas putida fermentation and HPLC method development for quantification of sugar and acids components : 2002: 2 months

UNIVERSITY OF CAEN (FRANCE)
Two-year university degree - Team of research in physico-chemistry and biotechnology (ERPCB) - Department of microbiology and chromatography - Development of HPLC method for sugar and acids quantification and monitaring of Pseudomonas putida growth in bioreactors - Supervisor: D. Corroler.


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