All students registered at Lille1 should achieved the Summer Semester 1 (M1-S2) at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität at Bonn (Germany, english spoken): for information, see here.
These international partners could also welcome student for their Master degree internship in laboratory :
- Institute of Molecular physiology and Plant Biotechnology, Pr Dorothea Bartels, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms, University of Bonn, Germany, Key words : molecular basis of drought tolerance, regulatory key genes and signal transduction Abscisic acid regulation, 2-octulose storage and sugar metabolism.
- Laboratoire de Biotechnologies Végétales, Dr Marie Baucher, Université libre de Bruxelles, Campus de Charleroi, Gosselies, Belgium, Key words : identification of genes involved in poplar wood development, heartwood, metabolite profiling.
- Molecular and Cellular Biology, Biology Dept Dr Ian Tetlow, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada, Key words : Plant cell compartmentalization, regulation of starch biosynthesis, origine of plastids (cyanobacteria), biochemical controls of enzymes and protein-protein interaction.
- Molecular and Cellular Biology , Biology Dept Dr Michael Emes (Dean of the college of biological sciences), University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada, Key words : regulation of plant carbon metabolism, regulation of starch storage, role of amyloplasts, oxidative pentose phosphate pathway
- Barber School of Art and Sciences, Dr Michael Deyholos, Universtiy of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, Kelowna, Canada, Key words : flax, hemp, amaranth, secondary cell wall development, genetics, abiotic stress tolerance, plant-microbe interactions
- Dept of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology, Dr Alan Myers, Iowa State University, Ames, USA, Key words : control of metabolism in developing maize seeds, starch metabolism, human diet, amylopectin architecture, glycomics enzymes
- Department of Environment and Agrobiotechnologies Proteomics Platform, Dr J Renaut, Public Research Centre - Gabriel Lippmann, Luxembourg, Key words : abiotic stress (cold, chilling, nitrogen, heavy metals), proteomics
- Plant Adaptation to sub-optimal conditions , Dr Vaughn Hurry, Umea University, Sweden, Key words : sensing environment and genetic response, effects on primary metabolism, acclimation, climate-vegetation modelling