Current team members

Fabien Naneix, PhD

Assistant Professor, Principal Investigator

Fabien obtained his PhD in Neuroscience in 2012 from the University of Bordeaux (France) under the supervision of Dr Etienne Coutureau in the Decision and Adaptation team. During his PhD he investigated the role of the mesocortical dopamine pathway in goal-directed behaviour and its maturation during adolescence.

He stayed in Bordeaux for his first postdocs with Dr Martine Cador (Neuropsychopharmacology of Addiction team) and Dr Guillaume Ferreira (Laboratory of Nutrition and Integrative Neurobiology) to work on the long-term impact of sugar and high-fat diet overconsumption during adolescence on reward and memory processes.

In 2017, Fabien moved to the University of Leicester (England) to work as a postdoc with Dr James McCutcheon on the neurobiological circuits underlying protein appetite. In June 2020, Fabien is joining the Rowett Institute as Lecturer in Neuroscience.

Outside of the lab, Fabien enjoys baking, walking in the countryside and playing video-games.

You can find Fabien on Twitter / Google Scholar / ORCID / CV

Want to join us?

We are always keen to hear from talented people interested in joining the lab.  For potential post-docs, please keep an eye on positions funded through grants (see the News page). There are also various fellowship schemes available in the UK and the EU. Please email me directly if you are interested by the lab.

For potential graduate students, the lab is part of the School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition. You can find more information following this link. Interested candidates should also contact me directly. Keep an eye on the News page for potential funded positions.

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