Gilles RAUTUREAU

Assistant Professor
work phone: 0426233879

Research

Research focusses on the development of a multi-disciplinary approach that combines the development of state-of-the art NMR spectroscopic methods, statistical strategies for metabolomics NMR data analysis and applications of the metabolomics approach to functional biochemistry and bacteriology.

Biography

Gilles Rautureau is a Maitre de Conférence (assistant professor) at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon since 2012. He received a Ph.D. degree in 2006 in protein biochemistry and biophysics from the University of Orléans, working on the purification, biophysical characterization and structure determination by NMR of drosophila melanogaster PEBP proteins. He was then appointed in Australia to work during 3 years as a research officer to work on the structural biology of Bcl-2 proteins at the world renowned Walter and Eliza Hall Institute for medical research (WEHI) with Pr.Peter Colman and Dr. Mark Hinds. He then worked at the University College of Dublin for a 2 years postdoc with Pr. Neil Ferguson to work on the production and purification of the challenging Hepatitis B proteins. Gilles Rautureau nowadays teaches biochemistry and protein science at the ENS while doing researches in the NMR Metabolomics group at the Institute for Analytical Sciences.

Keywords

NMR, metabolomics, HR-MAS, chemometrics, cancer metabolomics, molecular epidemiology, functional genomics,protein expression and isotope labeling, NMR structure determination, biophysics,