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Human health

In the domain of human health, the impact of food, the environment and new technologies on human health, the applications of technologies and biotechnologies in relation to health and more general public health issues are the strategic themes of AgroParisTech. The Institute is developing expertise in strong, highly visible research focusing on the analysis and knowledge of nutritional needs and the nutritional status of individuals and populations and in the sciences of eating behavior.
In parallel, toxicology and dietary and environmental risks constitute a third priority axis of research. Consistent with these choices of theme, AgroParisTech is developing expertise in the application of biotechnologies to human health in its fields of nutrition and safety for health.

The corresponding research units affiliated to AgroParisTech
GENIAL (Ingénierie, procédés, aliments ; Food, Process, Engineering)
MIA-Paris (Mathématiques et informatique appliquées – Paris ; Applied Mathematics and Computer Science - Paris)
Micalis (Microbiologie de l’alimentation au service de la santé ; Food Microbiology for Public Health)
PNCA (Physiologie de la nutrition et du comportement alimentaire ; Nutritional Physiology and Eating Behaviour)

Examples of research and innovation projects
- FOODSECURE - An Interdisciplinary project to explore the future of food and nutrition security
- Mam’Out project : unconditional seasonal monetary transfers targeting poor households, to improve access to food and healthcare and to increase the consumption of foods of high nutritional quality by young children
- NutriPerso project

Examples of publications
Gwenola Bertoluci, Gabriel Masset, Catherine Gomy, Mottet Julien, Nicole Darmon (2016). How to Build a Standardized Country-Specific Environmental Food Database for Nutritional Epidemiology Studies. PLoS ONE, 11 (4) : e0150617.
DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0150617
Open access version on HAL-AgroParisTech

• Arnaud Bridier, Pilar Sanchez-Vizuete, Morgan Guilbaud, Jean-Christophe Piard, Murielle Naitali, Romain Briandet (2015). Biofilm-associated persistence of food-borne pathogens. Food Microbiology, 45:167-178.
DOI : 10.1016/j.fm.2014.04.015
Reference on HAL-AgroParisTech

Mathieu Cladière, Grégoire Delaporte, Even Le Roux, Valérie Camel (2018). Multi-class analysis for simultaneous determination of pesticides, mycotoxins, process-induced toxicants and packaging contaminants in tea. Food Chemistry, 242:113-121.
DOI : 10.1016/j.foodchem.2017.08.108
Open access version on HAL-AgroParisTech

• Pierre Colin, Sandrine Micallef, Maud Delattre, Pierre Mancini, Éric Parent (2015). Towards using a full spectrum of early clinical trial data : a retrospective analysis to compare potential longitudinal categorical models for molecular targeted therapies in oncology. Statistics in Medecine, 34(2):2999-3016.
DOI : 10.1002/sim.6548
Open access version on HAL-AgroParisTech

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