DROMER Françoise : Institut Pasteur : Molecular Mycology Unit

Unit : Molecular Mycology Unit

Institut Pasteur
25-28 rue du Dr Roux
75015 Paris

Speciality : Department IM

Director of the unit : Françoise DROMER

Principal investigator :

DROMER Françoise
Email : dromerSPAMFILTER@pasteur.fr Phone number: +33 (0)1 40 61 33 89

Composition of research team :

  • DROMER Françoise  (PR, HDR)
  • BRETAGNE Stéphane (PU-PH, HDR)
  • LORTHOLARY  Olivier (PU-PH,HDR)
  • MENOTTI Jean (MCU-PH, HDR)
  • GARCIA-HERMOSO Dea (Ingénieur IP)
  • DESNOS-OLLIVIER Marie (Ingénieur IP)
  • VERNEL-PAUILLAC Frédérique (Ingénieur IP)
  • ALANIO Alexandre (AHU)
  • LANTERNIER Fanny (MCU)

5 Recent publications of the research team :

Rammaert B, Jouvion G, de Chaumont F, Garcia-Hermoso D, Szczepaniak C, Renaudat C, Olivo-Marin J-C, Chrétien F, Dromer F, Bretagne S. 2015. Absence of Fungal Spore Internalization by Bronchial Epithelium in Mouse Models Evidenced by a New Bioimaging Approach and Transmission Electronic Microscopy. Am J Pathol 185:2421–2430.

Desnos-Ollivier M, Patel S, Raoux-Barbot D, Heitman J, Dromer F, French Cryptococcosis Study Group. 2015. Cryptococcosis Serotypes Impact Outcome and Provide Evidence of Cryptococcus neoformans Speciation. MBio 6:e00311–15.

Alanio A, Vernel-Pauillac F, Sturny-Leclère A, Dromer F. 2015. Cryptococcus neoformans host adaptation: toward biological evidence of dormancy. MBio 6:e02580–14. 

Lanternier F, Dannaoui E, Morizot G, Elie C, Garcia-Hermoso D, Huerre M, Bitar D, Dromer F, Lortholary O, French Mycosis Study Group. 2012. A global analysis of mucormycosis in France: the RetroZygo Study (2005-2007). Clinical Infectious Diseases 54 Suppl 1:S35–43. 2016. Typing Candida Species Using Microsatellite Length Polymorphism and Multilocus Sequence Typing. 1356:199–214.

Garcia-Hermoso D, Alanio A, Cabaret O, Olivi M, Foulet F, Cordonnier C, Costa J-M, Bretagne S. 2015. High diversity of non-sporulating moulds in respiratory specimens of immunocompromised patients: should all the species be reported when diagnosing invasive aspergillosis? Mycoses 58:557–564.