Nadia Merad Coliac, plastic designer, joined the NOSE (Nasal Olfactory Stemness and Epigenesis) team, as an Associate researcher. At the crossroads of several disciplines, she develops an experimental work of art and science, in the field of bioluminescence. She is considering a therapeutic application in patients with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Recently, Nadia published Lumière vivante - Théorie et pratique de la bioluminescence (Living light - theory and use of bioluminescence) - L’Harmattan eds.
Since September 1st, Maxime Bonnet is enrolled as ATER (Temporary Teaching and Research Attaché) at INP. He teaches in the neuroscience program of the Bachelor Life Science and performs his research within the NOSE team.