Contributor Profile

Marc Feuilloley

Job TitleProfessor

Company NameUniversity of Rouen Normandy


Dr. Marc G.J. Feuilloley realized his PhD and started his carrier in an INSERM unit working on physiology before turning to microbiology and joining in 1996 his present research laboratory (Laboratory of Microbiology Signals and Microenvironment : LMSM).

He manages LMSM since 2008 and oriented its research topic on the cross-talk of bacteria with their hosts and particularly on the communication of the skin with its microbiota. He was working on this topic with many cosmetic companies and their suppliers. He is also heading the Sanitary Safety Center of Normandy, where LMSM is settled since 2016, allowing to develop research programs going from deep science to industrial applications.

Nowadays exceptional class 2 professor (highest rank in French universities), he was invited professor at the Max Plank Institute and other universities and acts as expert for national and international agencies. Member of scientific commissions of the first world pole in cosmetic industry Cosmetic-Valley, he is administrator of the cluster PolePharma on pharmaceutical production and of the platform Normandy Sanitary Safety (N2S). He launched recently the network for bacterial metagenomic analysis RNAmb. Pr. Feuilloley is author of 200 articles and reviews in international journals and about 400 communications in national and international conferences.

Conference Sessions

  • The Microbiome of the skin - New avenues of research

    Tuesday14:00 - 17:3017 April 2018
    Workshop Room G102 - G103

    14:00 - 14:20     Introduction - A short literature review of the most recent science in skin floraDr. Karl Lintner, President, KAL'IDEES Interest in the micro...


    • Language: English

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