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1 PhD student in Plant Quantitative Genetics Research Experiences Special Skills 2009-present: PhD student at the INRA station of Angers and SONAS laboratory of the University of Angers, FRANCE: Genetic mapping of apple phenolic compounds.  Realization of a genetic map with SSR and SNP markers for an apple progeny  Development of an UHPLC-UV-MS/MS method to separate and quantify phenolic compounds in apple juice  QTL analysis for phenolic content 2009 (7 months): Internship of postgraduate degree at the INRA station of Angers, FRANCE: Fine genetic mapping of a QTL for scab resistance in apple and relative position as regard to the locus of the major gene Vf.  Apple resistance symptom phenotyping for scab disease  Fine mapping on the first linkage group of apple to reduce the length of a major resistance QTL of scab  Meta-QTL analysis for the resistance of apple scab 2008 (4 months): Internship of master degree at the INRA station of Lusignan, FRANCE: Candidate gene approach for a major lignifications QTL on silage maize.  Research in silico of candidate genes with the genome browser of rise and maize  DNA extraction, probe design and gene sequencing Laboratory:  Extraction and quantification of nucleic acids, PCR, molecular marker analyses (SSR, SNP)  Liquid chromatography, sample preparation, solid phase extraction Informatics:  Office : word, excel, power point  Genetic : GeneMapper, GenomeStudio, JoinMap, MapQTL, MapChart, MetaQTL, Biomercator, Blast2GO, genome browser and Blast tools  Chemistry : Xcalibur, ChemSketch  Statistic : R, SAS 5 impasse des petits pères 49100 Angers FRANCE  : cindyverdu@gmail.comcindyverdu@gmail.com  : 06 52 43 32 42 26 years old French Single Cindy VERDU Supervision:  Supervision of a temporary worker for crops and laboratory analyses (4 months)  Co-supervision of a license student in pharmaceutical Sciences for liquid chromatography analyses (5 weeks) Organization:  Participation in organizing of 4 scientific meetings  PhD students representative to the executive committee of the IFR QUASAV (2 years)  Co-founder and moderator of the “EPHEM’R” group of INRA Angers (2 years) Teaching:  Genetic course level License (57h)  Genetic practical course on character segregation in Drosophila melanogaster (20h)  Cellular and molecular biology practical course on nucleic acid extraction (8h), chloroplasts extraction (7h) and microscopic study of mitosis (7h)  Biotechnology practical course on cloning and bacteria transformation (11h)  Animal biology practical course on the organization plans of mollusks (21h) Languages:  Fluent scientific English  Basic Japanese and German

2 Other Professional Experience Education 2007: Internship at the Botanical garden “Le Deffend” of Poitiers, FRANCE: Creation of an aquatic plant collection representative of the Poitou-Charentes diversity.  Research of specific species of Poitou-Charentes in regional herbarium  Harvest of specimens, plant identification with French flora and setting up inside the collection  2008-2009: Postgraduate degree in Integrative Plant Biology (with honours), Poitiers University, FRANCE Key Modules: genetics and plant breeding, pathology and plant protection, bioproduction and phytochemistry  2007-2008: Master degree in Vegetal Biology, (with honours), Poitiers University, FRANCE Miscellaneous  Sports: jogging, volleyball, tennis, aqua-aerobic  Hobbies: Japanese culture, reading, foreign travel, photography, cooking  Community life: assistant secretary of “BioVIGPAsso” association Publications and Posters C.F. Verdu, S. Guyot, N. Childebrand, J.-M. Celton, S. Gaillard, P. Lasserre-Zuber, M. Troggio, D. Guilet and F. Laurens. QTL mapping and candidate gene research for the phenolic content of fruits and juices prepared from a cider apple progeny. In preparation. C.F. Verdu, N. Childebrand, N. Marnet, G. Lebail, F. Dupuis, F. Laurens, D. Guilet and S. Guyot. Polyphenol variability in the fruits and the juice of a cider apple progeny. Submitted. C.F. Verdu, J. Gatto, I. Freuze, P. Richomme, F. Laurens and D. Guilet. Comparison of two methods, UHPLC-UV and UHPLC-MS/MS, for the quantification of polyphenols in cider apple juices. Submited. J. Thomas, S. Guillaumie, C. Verdu, D. Denoue, M. Pichon and Y. Barrière, 2010. Cell wall phenylpropanoid-related gene expression in early maize recombinant inbred lines differing in parental alleles at a major lignin QTL position. Molecular Breeding, 25(1), 105-124. C.F. Verdu, S. Guyot, N. Childebrand, P. Lasserre-Zuber, S. Gaillard, J.-M. Celton, M. Troggio, D. Guilet and F. Laurens. QTL mapping and candidate gene research for the phenolic content of fruits and juices prepared from a cider apple progeny. 6 th Rosaceae Genomics Conference, september 30 th - october 4 th, 2012, Mezzocorona, Italy. Poster. C.F. Verdu, J. Gatto, I. Freuze, P. Richomme, F. Laurens and D. Guilet. Phenolic compounds in apple juices – Method of quantification by UHPLC-UV and by UHPLC-MS/MS. 26 th International Conference on Polyphenols, july 22-26, 2012, Florence, Italy. Poster. C. Verdu, P. Lasserre-Zuber and C.-E. Durel. Fine Mapping of a large-effect QTL for scab resistance co-localising with the major gene RVI6 (Vf). 5 th Rosaceae Genomics Conference, november 14-17, 2010, Stellenboch, South Africa. Poster.  François LAURENS Research Institute in Horticulture and Seeds (IRHS) INRA/INH/UA 49071 Beaucouze Cedex FRANCE  : 33 (0)2 41 22 57 63  : francois.laurens@angers.inra.frfrancois.laurens@angers.inra.fr  David ? References


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