|PhD student in epidemilogy |
Thesis topic : Advanced glycation end products (AGEs) and metabolic memory in 3 populations at key ages
(Thesis supervised by Pr Vincent Rigalleau, PHD, MD in nutrition at Bordeaux Hopistal University Center)
Master of Public Health , speciality Epidemiology,
Institute of public Health Epidemiology and development (ISPED), University of Bordeaux, France
Bachelor of Science degree, speciality Cellular biology and physiology
University of Bordeaux, France
I study the clinical and epidemiological relevance of the non-invasive measurement of AGEs. The accumulation of this molecules is in the multisystem decline occuring with aging. Accumulation of AGEs in skin can be mesured by an innovative technology based on propriety of fluorescence of some AGEs.
Rajaobelina K, Cougnard-Gregoire A, Delcourt C, Gin H, Barberger-Gateau P, Rigalleau V. Autofluorescence of Skin Advanced Glycation End Products: Marker of Metabolic Memory in Elderly Population. J Gerontol A BiolSci Med Sci. 2015;70:841–6.
E. Maury, J. Savel, V. Grouthier, K. Rajaobelina, L. Corvo, S. Lorrain, C. Gonzalez, H. Gin, P. Barberger-Gateau and V. Rigalleau. Is skin autofluorescence a marker of metabolic memory in pregnant women with diabetes? Diabetic Medicine. 2015 Jul;