Lecturers


PROF. JEAN CLAUDE TABET

 
 Jean Claude Tabet reduced
After 27 years as professor in Organic Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry at the University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, from the last september, having 68 years old, I retired and become emeritus professor. 
I opened several MS schools in the word (China, India, Serbia and Algeria). I continue as thesis’s mentor with several of my students (some of which are Serbians).
I maintained my activity as consultant for:
(i)Security homeland (for DGA and scientific police laboratories),
(ii) CEA and CEB (instrumentation and both the chemical agent and explosive detections), 
(iii) sport drug detection for national sportive and horseracing laboratory, 
(iv) pharmaceutical companies (SANOFI, OREAL), 
(v) petroleum companies (IFP and TOTAL), 
(vi) environmental (VEOLIA).    
 

MY RESEARCH FIELD involves different orientations : 
  • Fundamental for comprehension of non-covalent systems (application on large biological systems) included conformation and configurations
  1. thermo-kinetic stabilities (gas phase basicity/acidity) and dissociation orientations.
  2.  ion activation methods (collision, radiation and electron bombardments): application to the non-covalent systems involving DNA, drugs, and proteins.
  3. ion-molecule reaction and reactional intermediates from organometallic catalysts and chiral effects
  • Ionization methods for soft ionization as Penning ionization and desorption (ambient ionization DESI and DART). 
  • Ultra high resolution power in MS and MS/MS in life sciences (structure elucidation for Proteomics and metabolomics) and universal standardized MS/MS data banks
  • Application for homeland security (toxics, chemical agents, explosives, larges proteins), drug and doping detections, and environmental
  • instrumentation in tandem mass spectrometry    
  LECTURES
  • Vacuum ionization modes : EI and CI 
  • Atmospheric pressure modes : APCI and APPI, ESI
  • Instrumentation Q filter, TOF and Ion mobility (included tandem instruments)
  • Ion trap and orbitrap (plus few words on ICR)
  • Workshop on ambient ionization (mechanism and application)
TRAINING
  • IE mass spectrum interpretation (ion dissociation)
  • CI, APCI and ESI mass spectrum interpretation (plus ion dissociation)
  • LC/MS lab exercice
 
 

 PROF. ANNA WARNET 

 Anna Warnet
 
Pharmacist biologist, Professor of Biochemistry-Microbiology-Analytical chemistry-Pharmaceutical sciences at the Higher School of Applied Biology Techniques in Paris (ESTBA).
Voluntary professor at UPMC, in the mass spectrometry  team.    
  My research interests are APPLICATIONS OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, BIOCHEMISTRY AND MASS SPECTROMETRY, IN CLINICAL PATHOLOGY, IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, AND IN THE CONTAMINATION OF FOODSTUFFS.    
  Summary of my lectures
What are Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)? 
Why is it important to phase out their production and use, and to detect them, especially by GC-MS?
   

 
 
 
 

PROF. ANTHONY MALLET 

 aimallet
 I retired in 1998 after 20+ years of work for the Institute of Dermatology, St Thomas’ Hospital, Kings College, University of London, as Professor of Analytical Clinical Pharmacology. Up to the present I have been working part-time as a visiting Professor at the University of Greenwich and hold an Emeritus Chair at King’s College, University of London.    
  rESEARCH INTEREST continue into mediators of inflammation and oxidative stress applied to the pathology of pre-eclampsia.  Current work is focussed on the development of ambient rapid sample analysis by mass spectrometry and its applicability to problems in clinical diagnosis.    
  1st Lecture: Principles of Quantitative Analysis by combined Chromatography Mass Spectrometry will explain the experimental methods used and the means to obtain validated results.  
2nd Lecture: Ambient Mass Spectrometry, DART, DESI, PS, EESI. Part 1. will concentrate on non-chromatographic applications in the biological and clinical environments.
  
 
 
 
 
   

dr Christoph Junot 

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  C. Junot is a doctor of Pharmacy and PhD in Analytical Chemistry (Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6, 2000). Worked in GlaxoSmithKline laboratories in the field of pharmacokinetics and metabolism applied to drug discovery. Since 2002, a group leader at the Life Science Division of CEA (Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique) where he is developing MS based analytical methodologies for metabolome analysis. Appointed as head of the Laboratory for Drug Metabolism Studies and Vice president of the French Metabolomics and Fluxomics Network. He is one of the organizers of an INSERM metabolomic workshop planned for April 2012. C. Junot authored or co-authored 36 peer reviewed papers and 3 book chapters.     
  My research field is human and animal metabolomes and analyze of therapeutic and toxic proteins using immunoanalysis and mass spectrometry. Reserach for new biomarkers of xenobiotics efficicacy and toxicity, in particular drugs, through a study of the metabolome using liquid chromatography /mass spectrometry.     
 
Lectures
  • Metabolomic
  • Toxicology .
  
 
  
 

MSC Natali stojiljkovic

 Natali Stojiljkovic
  Senior Analyst in Laboratoire des Courses Hippiques since 2001. PhD student on the project “Metabolomic approach based on LC-HRMS of anabolic steroids in equine urine”, University of Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris.
   
  My research interests are: 
Mass Spectrometry, Liquid and Gas Chromatography, Doping Control, Metabolomics, Screening    
  Lecture and Training:
GC/MS lab excercise 
Lecture about HPLC