Dr. Franck RODET

Associate Professor

Laboratoire PRISM - Unité Inserm U1192
Université de Lille
Faculté des Sciences et Technologies
Département de Biologie
Rue Paul Langevin - Bâtiment SN3 - 1er étage - Porte 117
59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex

Tel : +33 (0)3 20 43 41 28
Fax : +33 (0)3 20 43 40 56

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Since 2008, Associate Professor at PRISM « Protéomique, Réponse Inflammatoire, Spectrométrie de Masse », University of Lille



  • 04/2006–06/2008 : Post-doctoral position, INSERM U690, Hôpital R.Debré Paris, supervised by Dr. N. de Roux
  • 01/2006-03/2006 : Post-doctoral position, Laboratoire de Biologie et Biotechnologies Marines – UMR IFREMER 100 « Physiologie et Ecophysiologie des Mollusques Marins » - Université de Caen, supervised by Pr. P. Favrel
  • 12/2005 : PhD in Molecular and Cell Biology, Laboratoire de Biologie et Biotechnologies Marines – UMR IFREMER 100 « Physiologie et Ecophysiologie des Mollusques Marins » - Université de Caen, supervised by Pr. P. Favrel
  • 2001 : Postgraduate degree (DEA) in Integrated Biology of Invertebrates, University of Paris VI - Rank: 3/19 with Good
  • 2000 : Masters degree in Cellular Biology and Physiology, University of Caen - Rank: 1/37 with Good
  • 1997 – 1999 : Bachelor degree in General Biology and Geology, University of Caen - Rank: 9/127 – Pass 60-70%
  • 1996 : Baccalaureat in Sciences, High school Beaussier, La Seyne/Mer (83)
  • Research Activity


  • Coordinator of a BQR grant (Lille 1 University) in 2008.

Professional Activities

  • Researches about Microglia Activation
  • Teaching in Animal Biology, Cell Biology, Immunology and Proteomics
  • Since 2012 : French ethic comity approval level 1 to perform researches on animals
  • 2012 – 2013 : Supervisor of student in osteopathy (Elodie Holtzmann, Collège Ostéopathique Sutherland, Paris).
  • 2010-2011 : Supervisor of Master student (M2 protéomique, Cassandre Vuillaume, Lille 1)
  • Since 2009 : Member of the selection comity of University Lille 1 section 68
  • 6th May 2009 : Referee for the PhD dissertation of Hanquet Anne-Caroline.
  • Person in charge for directed works and work practices in Immunology. Bachelor degree specialty Cell Biology and Physiology; Biochemistry; Genomics and Proteomics.

Recent publications

Bigot L, Zatylny-Gaudin C, Rodet F, Bernay B, Boudry P, Favrel P. (2012) Characterization of GnRH-related peptides from the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas. Peptides 34(2):303-10
Rodet F., Huijbregts L., Villanueva C., Villoing L., Jacquier S., de Roux N. (2008) Le couple Kisspeptine/GPR54, un acteur majeur de la régulation neuroendocrine de la reproduction. Mt Médecine de la reproduction, Gynécologie Endocrinologie 10(2) : 1-8
Rodet F., Lelong C., Dubos M.P., Favrel P. (2008) Alternative splicing of a single precursor mRNA generates two subtypes of gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor orthologues and their variants in the bivalve mollusc Crassostrea gigas. Gene 414 : 1-9
Lelong C., Badariotti F., Le Quere H., Rodet F., Dubos M.P., Favrel P. (2006) Cg-TGF-beta, a TGFbeta/activin homologue in the Pacific Oyster Crassostrea gigas, is involved in immunity against Gram-negative microbial infection. Dev. Comp. Immunol. 31(1): 30-38
Rodet F., Lelong C., Dubos M.P., Costil K., Favrel P. (2005) Molecular cloning of a molluscan orthologous GnRH receptor specifically expressed in the gonad. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1730(3): 187-195
Herpin A., Badariotti F., Rodet F., Favrel P. (2004) Molecular Characterization of a New Leucine-Rich
Repeat-Containing G Protein-coupled receptor (LGR) from a Lophotrochozoan Invertebrate: Evolutionary Implications. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1680(3): 137-144
Dubos M.P., Badariotti F. Rodet F., Lelong C., Favrel P. (2003) Molecular and physiological characterisation of an invertebrate homologue of a calcitonin-related receptor. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Com. 310 : 972-978.
Minier C., Lelong C., Djemel N., Rodet F., Tutundjian R., Favrel P., Mathieu M., Leboulanger F. (2002) Expression and activity of a multixenobiotic resistance system in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas. Mar Environ Res. 54(3-5):455-9.