After studying biochemistry (Biochemistry Engineer, INSA Lyon, 1984) and microbiology (DEA in soil microbiology, Université de Lyon II, 1984), Renaud Brouquisse completed a doctorate in the Laboratoire de Physiologie Cellulaire Végétale (CENG-CEA, Université de Grenoble, 1987). After a post-doctoral internship at East Lansing (University of Michigan, 1987-88), he joined INRA in 1989 and developed research on the response of plants to abiotic constraints (carbon deficiency, hypoxia, heavy metals) at the Station de Physiologie Végétale de Villenave d’Ornon (INRA Bordeaux) until 2004, then at the Laboratoire de Physiologie Cellulaire Végétale (CEA, Grenoble). Since 2006, he has been part of the Symbiose et État Redox de la Cellule at theInstitut Sophia Agrobiotech (INRA de Sophia Antipolis), where he conducts research on the role of nitric oxide (NO) in the establishment and functioning of nitrogen-fixing symbiosis in legumes, as well as on the adaptation of cultivated legumes to environmental constraints.

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