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Funding and collaborations

Academic grants

 

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Collaborators - Partners

2014-2016

Grant « FONDU » - Stratégies territoriales d’utilisation durable des antifongiques (INRA Smach)

AS Walker & A Deredec

INRA UMR: SAD-APT, SAVE, GAEL, MaIAGE

2015-2016

Grant « Daphné » - Déterminants génomiques de l’Adaptation à l’Hôte chez le champignon phytopathogène polyphage Botrytis cinerea” (LABEX BASC)

AS Walker

UMR ESE (CNRS) & BGPI (INRA)

2016-2016

Grant « Paris-Match » - Petits ARNs interférents et spécialisation à l’hôte chez Botrytis cinerea : un match inégal entre le champignon et la plante ?

AS Walker

M Viaud (BIOGER) -INRA Dijon 

2016-2018

Apprenticeship agreement for G. Gazeau’s engineer studies (Ile-de-France region)

AS Walker

 

2016-2019

Grant « MDRisque » - Evaluation du risque de la résistance multidrogues chez l’agent de la septoriose du blé Mycosphaerella graminicola (MEDDE-Ecophyto)

AS Walker

Arvalis, Anses

2017-2019

Grant « STRATAGEME » - Stratégies d’évaluation durable des fongicides: apport de l’évolution expérimentale (INRA-SPE)

AS Walker & A Deredec

 

Industrial and R&D contracts

2016-2017

“Contribution of efflux to enhanced tolerance to new fungicides”

S. Fillinger & D. Debieu

Bayer SAS

2010-2014

“Characterization of molecular mechanisms underlying the multi-drug resistant phenotypes of Mycosphaerella graminicola field isolates”

S Fillinger & AS Walker

Wageningen-University, Arvalis, BASF AG, Bayer SAS, DuPont de Nemours, Syngenta AG.

2018-2020

“Assessing the risk of resistance selection towards QiI fungicides in Zymoseptoria tritici” - PhD G Fouché - (CIFRE Fellowship)

S.Fillinger & AS Walker, G. Fouché

Dow-DuPont

2016-2019

“Analyse des composantes du risqué de résistance aux fongicides anti-septoriose chez Zymoseptoria tritici et identification des stratégies anti-résistance durables” - PhD M Garnault - (CIFRE Fellowship)

AS Walker, M. Garnault

F Carpentier (BIOGER) , O David (MaIAGE INRA), Bayer SAS

2018-2020

“Evaluating fungicide anti-resistance strategies by the mean of experimental evolution: the case of Zymoseptoria tritici, the causal agent of septoria leaf blotch” - PhD A Ballu - (CIFRE Fellowship )

A Ballu, A Deredec, AS Walker

F Carpentier (BIOGER), Syngenta