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Gaylord TALLEC

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Laboratoire Aimé Cotton 
Bâtiment 505, Campus d’Orsay
91405 Orsay Cedex
gaylord.tallec@u-psud.fr
+33 (0) 169352009
+33 (0) 679428657


Research Activities


As part of the Nano3 group, my work is focused on the chemical properties of silver nanoparticles and their behavior (structure / activity) in various media. I am also responsible for the development of new functionalized substrates for the controlled deposition of nanoparticles onto surface.


Education


PhD in Chemistry (CEA Grenoble/ Grenoble University) : New Lanthanides Complexes as Bimodal Contrast Agents MRI/ NIR Luminescence (Inorganic and Biologic Chemistry Departement (SCIB)). (2008-2011)
Master’s Degree in research (Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University) : Organic Synthesis and Chemistry of Bioactive Molecules. (2007-2008)
Engineer Diploma from ESCPE Lyon (Lyon School of Chemistry, Physics and Electronics) department of Chemistry and Process Engineering. (2004-2008)


Research Experience


Research Project on new contrast agents for multimodal bioimaging (MRI and Infrared luminescence) :Synthesis, characterization and study of lanthanides complexes in Atomic Energy Commission (CEA, Grenoble) (October 2008- October 2011)



Synthesis of protein inhibitors for diabetes treatment :
Engineer diploma project in glyco chemistry in LCO2 (Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2 of Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University) (January 2008- June 2008)


Publications


Synthesis and structure-activity relationships of C-glycosylated oxadiazoles as inhibitors of glycogen phosphorylase Bioorg Med Chem. 2009, 17, 4773-85


 Highly stable and soluble bis-aqua Gd, Nd, Yb complexes as potential bimodal MRI/NIR imaging agents Dalton Trans., 2010, 39, 9490-9492


Lanthanide-Chelate Silica Nanospheres as Robust Multicolors Vis-NIR Tags Chem. Commun., 2010, 46, 2647-2649


High Relaxivity and Stability of a Hydroxyquinolinate-Based Tripodal Monoaquagadolinium Complex for Use as a Bimodal MRI/Optical Imaging Agent Inorg. Chem., 2011, 50, 7943-7945


Highly relaxing gadolinium based MRI contrast agents responsive to Mg2+ sensing Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 40


Industrial Experience


Bioactive Molecules Libraries and Isocyanides Synthesis : 12 month internship at Priaxon (formerly Priaton) (Munich) : work on multi component reactions (Ugi, Groebke, Petasis) and heterocyclic molecules (July 2006 -June 2007)