Romie Tignat-Perrier Environmental Microbial Genomics Group

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Laboratoire Ampere
Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Université de Lyon. France
(33) 472 18 61 18


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  Romie Tignat-Perrier
 

Biotechnology
Laboratoire Ampère, UMR CNRS 5005
Ecole Centrale de Lyon
Université de Lyon
36 avenue Guy de Collongue
69134 Ecully cedex
France

  romie.tignat-perrier@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
  Phone: (33) 4 72 18 61 18
Fax: (33) 4 78 43 37 17

 

 

 

top EDUCATION

  • 2016-2019 Ph.D student in Microbial Ecology, Environmental Microbial Genomics Group, Ecole Centrale of Lyon, Université de Lyon, France

  • 2016 Training course in Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, University of Toulouse, France

  • 2015 M.S in Microbial Ecology, University of Lyon, France

  • 2013 B.S in Microbiology, University of Lyon, France

top RESEARCH INTERESTS

My field of interest is related to the structure, function and dynamics of the microbial communities in different ecosystems and the factors that contribute to them using bioinformatics and statistics approaches. As part of my Ph.D, I worked on the microbial communities in the atmosphere and specifically aimed to develop conceptual models on how microbial communities are distributed through geography and time in the lowest part of the atmosphere called the planetary boundary layer.

top PUBLICATIONS and COMMUNICATIONS

-R.Tignat-Perrier, A.Dommergue, A.Thollot, C.Keuschnig, O.Magand, T.M.Vogel, C.Larose « Global airborne microbial communities controlled by surrounding landscapes and wind conditions », Sci Rep 9, 1–11 (2019).
-A.Dommergue, P.Amato, R.Tignat-Perrier et al. « Methods to investigate the global atmospheric microbiome », Front. Microbiol. 10, (2019).
-R.Tignat-Perrier, A.Dommergue, A.Thollot, O.Magand, T.M.Vogel, C.Larose « Microbial functional signature in the atmospheric boundary layer », under review for publication in PLOS ONE
-R.Tignat-Perrier, A.Dommergue, A.Thollot, O.Magand, P.Amato, M.Joly, K.Sellegri, T.M.Vogel, C.Larose « Seasonal changes in local landscapes drive airborne microbial community variation » under review for publication in Science of the Total Environment
-R.Tignat-Perrier, A.Dommergue, T.M.Vogel, C.Larose « Microbial ecology of the planetary boundary layer » in preparation
-C.Sanchez-Cid, R.Tignat-Perrier, L.Franqueville, L.Delaurière, T.Schagat, T.M.Vogel « Sequencing depth rather than DNA extraction determines soil bacterial richness discovery », in preparation
-N.Els, C.Larose, K.Baumann-Stanzer, R.Tignat-Perrier, C.Keuschnig, T.M.Vogel, B.Sattler « Microbial composition in seasonal timeseries of free-troposphere air and precipitation reveals community separation », Aerobiologia (2019) doi:10.1007/s10453-019-09606-x
-R.Tignat-Perrier, A.Dommergue, A.Thollot, , C.Keuschnig, O.Magand, T.M.Vogel, C.Larose « Global airborne microbial communities controlled by surrounding landscapes and wind conditions », Symposium on Bacterial Genetics and Ecology, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2019 – Poster presentation
-R.Tignat-Perrier, A.Dommergue, A.Thollot, O.Magand, T.M.Vogel, C.Larose « Global distribution of the microbial genes involved in the mercury cycle in the atmosphere », International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant, Providence, Rhodes-Island, USA,  July 2017 -- Oral presentation
-R.Tignat-Perrier, A.Dommergue, A.Thollot, O.Magand, T.M.Vogel, C.Larose « Global distribution of bacterial communities in the atmosphere and controlling factors », International Conference on Aerobiology, Parma, Italy, September 2018 – Oral presentation

top CURRICULUM VITAE

-2017-2019Part-time instructor in Microbiology and Biostatistics, University of Lyon, France

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