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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Welcome to ECOSYS

UMR ECOSYS - Ecologie fonctionnelle et écotoxicologie des agroécosystèmes

PÉRY Alexandre

PÉRY Alexandre
Directeur de l’Ecole Doctorale ABIES, chercheur en modélisation appliquée à l’écotoxicologie.

Activités :

Mes thématiques scientifiques sont le développement de modèles de toxicocinétique et d’effet pour décrire, et éventuellement prédire, la distribution des xénobiotiques dans les organismes et leurs effets à plusieurs niveaux d’organisation biologique, de la cellule aux populations. Pour y parvenir, je cherche à rendre compte des mécanismes d’accumulation, de distribution et d’élimination des molécules par des modèles à fondement physiologique. Les effets sont, eux aussi, analysés grâce à des modèles mécanistiques (modèles DEB (Dynamic Energy Budgets) au niveau individuel, modèles individus-centrés au niveau des populations). Mes organismes d’intérêt sont les invertébrés (terrestres et aquatiques) et les poissons.

Projets récents :

MOZAIC - Modèle intégré de la perturbation endocrinienne chez le poisson zèbre à diféfrents niveaux biologiques. Financement PNRPE, Coordination INERIS (Rémy Beaudouin).

HEROIC – Integrating knowledge across human and environmental risk assessment. Financement FP7, Coordination Université de Bâle (Martin Wilks).

DOREMIPHARM - Développement d’Outils Robustes d’Evaluation pour les MIlieux aquatiques du danger des substances PHARMaceutiques. Financement ANSM, Coordination INERIS (Alexandre Péry).

Publications  récentes :

Goussen B, Beaudouin R, Dutilleul M, Buisset-Goussen A, Bonzom JM, Péry ARR. 2015. Energy-based modelling to assess effects of chemicals on Caenorhabditis elegans: a case study on uranium. Chemosphere 120:507-14.

Péry ARR, Devillers J, Brochot C, Mombelli E, Palluel O, Piccini B, Brion F, Beaudouin R. 2014. A physiologically based toxicokinetic model for the zebrafish Danio rerio. Environ Sci Technol. 48(1):781-90.

de Kermoysan G, Joachim S, Baudoin P, Lonjaret M, Tebby C, Lesaulnier F, Lestremau F, Chatellier C, Akrour Z, Pheron E, Porcher JM, Péry ARR, Beaudouin R. 2013. Effects of bisphenol A on different trophic levels in a lotic experimental ecosystem. Aquat Toxicol. 144-145:186-98.

Goussen B, Parisot F, Beaudouin R, Dutilleul M, Buisset-Goussen A, Péry ARR, Bonzom JM. 2013. Consequences of a multi-generation exposure to uranium on Caenorhabditis elegans life parameters and sensitivity. Ecotoxicology 22(5):869-78.

Péry ARR, Schüürmann G, Ciffroy P, Faust M, Backhaus T, Aicher L, Mombelli E, Tebby C, Cronin MT, Tissot S, Andres S, Brignon JM, Frewer L, Georgiou S, Mattas K, Vergnaud JC, Peijnenburg W, Capri E, Marchis A, Wilks MF. 2013. Perspectives for integrating human and environmental risk assessment and synergies with socio-economic analysis. Sci Total Environ. 456-457:307-16.

Beaudouin R, Péry ARR. 2013. Comparison of species sensitivity distributions based on population or individual endpoints. Environ Toxicol Chem. 32(5):1173-7.

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Contact : +33(0)1.30.83.32.72 Versailles
             : +33(0)1.45.49.88.61 Paris
Email : Alexandre.Pery@agroparistech.fr