INRAE Micalis Institute “Food and Gut Microbiology for Human Health”, France
- Joël is Research Director at INRAE Micalis Institute “Food and Gut Microbiology for Human Health” and Scientific Director of MetaGenoPolis, offering unique expertise in quantitative and functional metagenomics.
- Gut microbial ecologist by training, Joël pioneered intestinal metagenomics towards food-microbe-host interactions as well as diagnostic applications.
- With > 38 years of academic research and > 250 publications (H Index 69), Joël aims to provide a better understanding of man-microbes symbiosis towards personalized preventive nutrition and precision medicine.
- Joël is laureate of the ERC-Advanced Homo.symbiosus and coordinator of EU program Human Microbiome Action.
- He is co-founder and scientific advisor of Maat Pharma, a startup company dedicated to provide safe and standardized microbiotherapy solutions for the reconstruction of host-microbes symbiosis in the context of cancer therapy. He is also cofounder of Novobime and GMT bio. Member of the BoD of GMfH, he supports the www.gutmicrobiotaforhealth.com scientific web-platform.
- Dao MC, et al. A Data Integration Multi-Omics Approach to Study Calorie Restriction-Induced Changes in Insulin Sensitivity. Front Physiol. 2019;9:1958.
- Mohamed AB, et al. A mix of dietary fermentable fibers improves lipids handling by the liver of overfed minipigs. J Nutr Biochem. 2019;65:72-82.
- Malard F, et al. Introduction to host microbiome symbiosis in health and disease. Mucosal Immunology. 2020;14:547–554.
- Tap J, et al. Diet and gut microbiome interactions of relevance for symptoms in irritable bowel syndrome. Microbiome 2021 ; 9(74).
- Ranaivo, H., et al. Increasing the diversity of dietary fibers in a daily-consumed bread modifies gut microbiota and metabolic profile in subjects at cardiometabolic risk. Gut microbes. 2022;14(1): 2044722.