UNamur

Research groups

   
Thierry ARNOULD   Marielle BOONEN   Olivier DE BACKER
Organelle function and dysfunction   Biology of intracellular trafficking   Biological functions of MAGE proteins
         

 

 
Florence DEBACQ-CHAINIAUX   Xavier DE BOLLE   Claire DIEDERICH
Stress and ageing   Brucella cell cycle and infection   Ethology and animal welfare
         
   
Jean-Michel DOGNE   Jonathan DOUXFILS   Jean-Pierre GILLET
Laboratory investigations in hemostasis   Laboratory investigations in hemostasis   Molecular cancer biology
         
   
Nicolas GILLET   Régis HALLEZ   Damien HERMAND
Immunity and viruses   Bacterial cell cycle and development   Genetic regulation of gene expression
         
   
Anne-Catherine HEUSKIN   Michel JADOT   Nathalie KIRSCHVINK
Radiobiology and radiation therapy research   Lysosomal function and dysfunction   Physiology of microcirculation and endothelial function
         
       
Julie LALOY   Steve LANNERS   Gipsi LIMA MENDEZ
Human health safety of nanoworld    Synthetic Organic Chemistry   Computational microbiology
         
   
Catherine LINARD   Stéphane LUCAS   Eric MARCHAND
Health geography & Spatial epidemiology   Radiobiology and radiation therapy research | Biomaterials   Respiratory Physiology
         
   
Jean-Yves MATROULE   Catherine MICHAUX   Carine MICHIELS
Heavy metals and oxidative stress response   Physical chemistry of biomolecules   Tumor Hypoxia
         
   
Benoît MUYLKENS   Charles NICAISE   Lionel POCHET
Viral infections at the human-animal interface   Neurodegeneration and regeneration   Computer-aided and fragment-based drug design
         
   
Yves POUMAY   Henri-François RENARD   Patsy RENARD
Cells and Tissues   Dynamics of Membranes & Endocytosis   Organelle function and dysfunction
         
   
Francesco RENZI   Jean-Michel VANDEWEERD   Stéphane VINCENT 
Envelope biogenesis in Bacteroidetes   Osteo-articular pathologies studied in sheep   Glycoscience and new drug design 
         
       
Johan WOUTERS        
Structural biological chemistry and structure-based drug design