Jérémie POURCHEZ

  • Email pourchez@mines-stetienne.fr
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  • Site Campus de Saint-Étienne
    Campus Santé et Innovations à Saint-Priest-en-Jarez
  • Bureau L307
  • Responsabilité et missions

    Jérémie POURCHEZ
    Full Professor in Aerosol Science and Inhaled Particles Toxicology
    Deputy Director of the Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering (25 staff, 40 post­gra­duate students)
    “Biomaterials and Inhaled Particles” depart­ment (7 staff, 15 post­gra­duate students)

    Welcome to my pro­fes­sio­nal web site : http://www.emse.fr/~pourchez/

  • Compétences

    Research Topics : Nanoparticle, Nanotoxicology, Aerosol Therapy, Particle Inhalation, Electronic Cigarette, Vape

  • Activités de recherche

    ORGANISATION OF SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS
    2016 Member of the scien­ti­fic board of the first “International Symposium dedi­ca­ted to Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems & Smoking Cessation”, 100 dele­gates, La Rochelle, France https://www.ecig-symposium.com/
    2016 Coordinator and ses­sion orga­ni­zer, sym­po­sium on nano­ma­te­rials “Journées Industrielles Nanomines”, 60 dele­gates, Paris, France
    2013 Chairman and ses­sion orga­ni­zer “Nanomicrotechnology Days for Health”, 80 par­ti­ci­pants, Saint‐​Etienne, France
    2010 Session orga­ni­zer “Matériaux 2010”, 1600 dele­gates (20 confe­rences and 100 dele­gates in my ses­sion), Nantes, France
    2007 Member of the orga­ni­zing com­mit­tee and ses­sion orga­ni­zer “SFGP 2007” for French Society of Process Engineering, 500 dele­gates (50 in my ses­sion), Saint‐​Etienne, France

    INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    Since 2015 In charge of the medi­cal device axis of the trans­ver­sal pro­gram Health Autonomy and Quality of Life of the Institut Mines Télécom (public ins­ti­tu­tion dedi­ca­ted to higher edu­ca­tion, research and inno­va­tion in engi­nee­ring and digi­tal technologies)
    Since 2014 Vice‐​President of the I‑care clus­ter on medi­cal tech­no­lo­gies (more than 100 companies)
    Member of the exe­cu­tive com­mit­tee and the board of directors,the i‑Care Cluster is an ini­tia­tive inten­ded to bring toge­ther all the sta­ke­hol­ders in the value chain of health tech­no­lo­gies in the Auvergne – Rhône‐​Alpes Region – http://i‑carecluster.org
    Since 2015 Member of the labo­ra­to­ry board, INSERM U1059, Saint‐​Etienne, France
    Since 2013 Deputy Director of the Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering (CBHE)
    (25 staff, 40 post­gra­duate stu­dents), Mines Saint‐​Etienne /​ ARMINES, France
    Since 2012 Head of the “bio­ma­te­rials and inha­led par­ticles” depart­ment within CBHE
    (7 staff, 15 post­gra­duate stu­dents), Mines Saint‐​Etienne, France
    2011 – 2015 Co‐​founder and elec­ted mem­ber of the board of direc­tors of LINA, Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Aerosolized Nanoparticles, EA 4624, joint research group bet­ween medi­cal doc­tors and engineers
    2010 – 2013 Member of the exe­cu­tive board and trea­su­rer of IFRESIS INSERM SFR 143 and then FED 4166 (360 staff), Saint‐​Etienne, France
    2007 – 2010 Member of the labo­ra­to­ry board, CNRS 5148, Saint‐​Etienne, France

  • Enseignement

    TEACHING ACTIVITIES
    Since 2014 In charge of all the courses in bio­me­di­cal engi­nee­ring (320 hours of courses, 1 inter­na­tio­nal MSc Program), Mines Saint‐​Etienne, France
    2007 – 2016 Teaching posi­tion (200 hours of courses per year) in bio­ma­te­rials, aero­sol science and toxi­co­lo­gy for stu­dents from Mines Saint‐​Etienne, Jean Monnet University and one inter­na­tio­nal MSc pro­gram in bio­me­di­cal engineering

    Our aca­de­mic stan­ding is com­mit­ted to excel­lence. Professor Pourchez coor­di­nates the tea­ching acti­vi­ties dedi­ca­ted to Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering at Mines Saint‐​Etienne. Furthermore, he spe­ci­fi­cal­ly manages two dual degrees : the PharmD /​ ICM pro­gram and the MD /​ ICM pro­gram. Regularly ran­ked among the top 10 of the 230 French engi­nee­ring courses, the ICM degree cor­res­ponds to a mas­ter degree in science and engi­nee­ring com­bi­ning broad theo­re­ti­cal know­ledge with hands‐​on pro­jects, deve­lop­ment of mana­ge­ment and com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills. Theses com­bi­ned Health‐​Engineering pro­grams are desi­gned for the high­ly moti­va­ted and qua­li­fied indi­vi­duals who are see­king an inte­gra­ted pro­gram in the cli­ni­cal and engi­nee­ring sciences pre­pa­ring them for a career in aca­de­mics research or indus­trial area. 

  • Biographie

    Jérémie Pourchez is Full‐​Professor at Mines Saint‐​Etienne. He is cur­rent­ly Deputy Director of the Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering. Within this cen­ter, he is Head of the Biomaterials and Inhaled Particles Department. Professor Pourchez became, bare­ly 12 years after his PhD defense in che­mi­cal engi­nee­ring, a world‐ renow­ned expert on (nano)particles inha­la­tion. Especially he deve­lo­ped an ori­gi­nal inter­dis­ci­pli­na­ry exper­tise applied to two bor­ders fields : inha­la­tion toxi­co­lo­gy and res­pi­ra­to­ry drug deli­ve­ry. His research inter­est and tea­ching include the unders­tan­ding of inha­led nano­par­ticles fate within the orga­nism to high­light bio­toxi­ci­ty, bio­dis­tri­bu­tion and bio­per­sis­tance of (nano)particles in living sys­tems. His field of exper­tise is ana­to­mic and cell tar­gets of aero­sol, physico‐​chemistry of nano­par­ticles and in vitro ana­ly­sis of bio­lo­gi­cal effects. The excel­lence of the research car­ried out results in the publi­ca­tion of more than 75 research papers (see http://www.emse.fr/~pourchez/biblio.html). The struc­tu­ring of this scien­ti­fic acti­vi­ty led to the emer­gence of his mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­na­ry group brin­ging toge­ther a com­mu­ni­ty of resear­chers made of bio­lo­gists, cli­ni­cians and engi­neers (UMR INSERM 1059 SAINBIOSE). This team per­mits to address in inno­va­tive fashion research ques­tions on par­ticle inha­la­tion, from fun­da­men­tal approaches to cli­ni­cal appli­ca­tions, inclu­ding pre‐​clinic stu­dies and tech­no­lo­gi­cal developments. 

  • Formation

    2012 Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR), Université Jean Monnet, France
    2003 – 2006 Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Mines Saint‐​Etienne, France
    2002 – 2003 Master of Science in Mathematics and Physics, Mines Saint‐​Etienne, France
    1999 – 2002 Master in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, ESIREM, France
    1996 – 1999 Bachelor in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, French “classes pré­pa­ra­toires”, France

  • Carrière

    CURRENT POSITIONS
    Since 2013 Full‐​Professor in aero­sol science and inha­la­tion toxi­co­lo­gy, Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering, Mines Saint‐​Etienne/​ARMINES Common Research Centre, France

    PREVIOUS POSITIONS
    2007 – 2012 Associate Professor in aero­sol science and inha­la­tion toxi­co­lo­gy, Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering, Mines Saint‐​Etienne, France

  • Principaux ouvrages

    PUBLICATION LIST
    see https://www.emse.fr/~pourchez/biblio2.html

    COMMISSIONS OF TRUST
    Since 2010 Member of the com­mis­sion “pow­der and sin­te­red mate­rial” of the French Ceramic Group
    Since 2010 Reviewer of natio­nal science coun­cils : ANR (France), ANSES (France), Discovery Grant (Canada)
    Since 2007 >20 PhD exa­mi­na­tion and com­mit­tee member
    Since 2007 Reviewer for more than 10 inter­na­tio­nal peer‐​review journals

  • Distinctions

    FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
    2017 – 2020 ANR Young Researcher GRANT : « AMADEUS pro­ject » – Anatomical Models to stu­dy Aerosol DElivery to the lUngS for obs­truc­tive diseases
    2014 – 2016 Institut Mines‐​Telecom Investigator Grant, ROQSTAR pro­ject focu­sing on in sili­co model­ling (QSAR) for inha­la­tion toxi­co­lo­gy of nanoparticles
    2011 – 2013 ARAIR Investigator Grant, AERONANO pro­ject (ARAIR : asso­cia­tion for patients with res­pi­ra­to­ry fai­lure) to deve­lop inno­va­tive submicron‐​sized nebulizer
    Jan‐​April 2007 Visiting fel­low, Politechnico di Torino, Italia 

103 documents

  • Louis Bernard, Guillaume Desoubeaux, Elsa Bodier-Montagutelli, Jeoffrey Pardessus, Déborah Brea, et al.. Controlled Heat and Humidity-Based Treatment for the Reuse of Personal Protective Equipment: A Pragmatic Proof-of-Concept to Address the Mass Shortage of Surgical Masks and N95/FFP2 Respirators and to Prevent the SARS-CoV2 Transmission. Frontiers in Medicine, Frontiers media, 2020, 7, 9 p. ⟨10.3389/fmed.2020.584036⟩. ⟨hal-03036466⟩
  • Yoann Montigaud, Jérémie Pourchez, Lara Leclerc, Olivier Tillement, Anthony Clotagatide, et al.. Nebulised Gadolinium-Based Nanoparticles for a Multimodal Approach: Quantitative and Qualitative Lung Distribution Using Magnetic Resonance and Scintigraphy Imaging in Isolated Ventilated Porcine Lungs. International Journal of Nanomedicine, Dove Medical Press, 2020, 15, pp.7251-7262. ⟨10.2147/IJN.S260640⟩. ⟨hal-02968757⟩
  • Yoann Montigaud, Jérémie Pourchez, Lara Leclerc, Olivier Tillement, Anthony Clotagatide, et al..

    Nebulised Gadolinium-Based Nanoparticles for a Multimodal Approach: Quantitative and Qualitative Lung Distribution Using Magnetic Resonance and Scintigraphy Imaging in Isolated Ventilated Porcine Lungs

    . International Journal of Nanomedicine, Dove Medical Press, 2020, Volume15, pp.7251 - 7262. ⟨10.2147/ijn.s260640⟩. ⟨hal-02992389⟩
  • Yoann Montigaud, Jérémie Pourchez, Lara Leclerc, Olivier Tillement, Anthony Clotagatide, et al..

    Nebulised Gadolinium-Based Nanoparticles for a Multimodal Approach: Quantitative and Qualitative Lung Distribution Using Magnetic Resonance and Scintigraphy Imaging in Isolated Ventilated Porcine Lungs

    . International Journal of Nanomedicine, Dove Medical Press, 2020, Volume15, pp.7251 - 7262. ⟨10.2147/ijn.s260640⟩. ⟨hal-02993422⟩
  • Ozge Kose, Maura Tomatis, Lara Leclerc, Naila-Besma Belblidia, Jean-François Hochepied, et al.. Impact of the Physicochemical Features of TiO2 Nanoparticles on Their In Vitro Toxicity. Chemical Research in Toxicology, American Chemical Society, 2020, ⟨10.1021/acs.chemrestox.0c00106⟩. ⟨hal-02923542⟩
  • Yannick Cremillieux, Yoann Montigaud, Clémence Bal, Noël Pinaud, Vi Pham, et al.. Three‐dimensional quantitative MRI of aerosolized gadolinium‐based nanoparticles and contrast agents in isolated ventilated porcine lungs. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Wiley, 2020, 83 (5), pp.1774-1782. ⟨10.1002/mrm.28041⟩. ⟨hal-02382227⟩
  • Claire Longuet, Carine Chivas-Joly, Lara Leclerc, Gwendoline Sarry, José-Marie Lopez-Cuesta, et al.. Caractérisation des transformations physico-chimiques de nanocomposites après incinération et conséquences biologiques des émissions. Environnement, Risques and Santé, John Libbey Eurotext, 2020, 19 (Supplément 1), pp.51-64. ⟨10.1684/ers.2020.1413⟩. ⟨hal-02553191⟩
  • Séverine Allegra, Serge Riffard, Lara Leclerc, Françoise Girardot, Magalie Stauffert, et al.. A valuable experimental setup to model exposure to Legionella’s aerosols generated by shower-like systems. Water Research, IWA Publishing, 2020, ⟨10.1016/j.watres.2020.115496⟩. ⟨hal-02468422⟩
  • Tiphaine Raia-Barjat, Carole Prieux, Lara Leclerc, Gwendoline Sarry, Lucile Grimal, et al.. Elemental fingerprint of human amniotic fluids and relationship with potential sources of maternal exposure. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, Elsevier, 2020, 60, pp.126477. ⟨10.1016/j.jtemb.2020.126477⟩. ⟨hal-02496639⟩
  • Yoann Montigaud, Sophie Perinel, Jean-Christophe Dubus, Lara Leclerc, Marie Suau, et al.. Development of an ex vivo respiratory pediatric model of bronchopulmonary dysplasia for aerosol deposition studies. Scientific Reports, Nature Publishing Group, 2019, 9 (1), ⟨10.1038/s41598-019-42103-2⟩. ⟨hal-02096000⟩