Anne Jolivet Gougeon, M.D., Ph.D.

Faculte' de Pharmcie

Universite' de Rennes 1

EA 1254 Microbiologie

2, avenue du Pr Leon Bernard

35043 Rennes Cedex  FRANCE

dTel: (33) 2 23 23 43 05

Fax: 33 2 23 23 49 13



Anne Jolivet-Gougeon, M.D., Ph.D. is a graduate of Rennes 1 Medical and Pharmaceutical University. She received degrees: Doctor of Pharmacy (1985), Master (1989), PhD (1994), Lecturer at the University of Rennes 1 and at University Hospital of Rennes (1997), Manager of the Bacteriology 1, Biology Department (2000) and Professor (2009).

She is co-manager of the Microbiology Research Team EA 1254 (University of Rennes 1, France, European University of Brittany), member of Research Federative Structure Biosit and of Biogenouest, and member of Poles de Compétitivité « Valorial » and « Mer ». Her topics of research are virulence factors and survival processes in pathogenic oral bacteria, planktonic or in biofilm (especially genetic factors involved); antimicrobial susceptibility studies; molecular identification techniques commonly used for clinical diagnosis. She is Member of the French Society for Microbiology.  She has authored over 70 scientific papers and over 50 communications.

She is Scientific Director for PhD, Master, Doctors in Pharmacy, Doctors in Medecine, or Medical Biology. She is lecturer for students in Pharmacy or scientific master students at Rennes 1 University, France: bacteriology, virology, quality control, molecular biology…

She has experience in human Microbiology, as Hospital Practitioner at University hospital of Rennes (medical biology), responsible for one of the three Bacteriology Departments, and implicated in the management of major infectious risk. She is Member of the Graft Committee, Tissues Committee, Committee for prevention of nosocomial infections, member of the medical Group for study and research on bone infections, member of the Committee for quality controls. She collaborates with French Health Products Safety Agency, clinical and several biological and clinical research groups.