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Jasmina Vidic

Jasmina Vidic
Ingénieur de recherche, e-mail: jasmina.vidic@inrae.fr

Dr. Jasmina Vidic

I have extensive experience within both biosensor elaboration and protein biochemistry. I am a research engineer at INRAE, Jouy en Josas, France and associated lecturer of several Universities. At INRAE, I worked on development of new type biosensors for investigating of either membrane receptors, unstructured proteins or DNA. My work consisted in the development of SPR immunosensors (Influenza virus, prion protein, odorant molecules), and electrochemical DNA and/or immunobiosensors for pathogen detection and monitoring (Hepatitis A virus, Influenza virus, Bacillus cereus, Campylobacter, Listeria). Currently my research focuses on bacterial pathogen detection in food (milk, chicken meat) and water.

Other projects consist in nanobiotechnology, including development of bi-metal oxide nanoparticles with antibacterial activity for smart food packaging and nanometer scale structured surfaces for optical enhancement in chemiluminescence and fluorescence.

On going funds as coordinator: WPL of the H2020 European project IPANEMA (2020-2024), Poc in Labs prematuration project "OSCAR" (2019-2021); Campus France, "Passoa" (2020-2021); Campus France, “Galilée” (2017); Campus France, “BioAsia2016” (2016-2017); ANR « SENSAIV » (2015-2017); PHC “Barrande” (2013-2014); PHC “Pavle Savic” (2010-2011)

Education: 

2010: HDR, Université Paris Diderot, Paris 7 

1998: PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia (Institute of General and Physical Chemistry)

Current position: INRAE research engineer, MICALIS Unit, Jouy en Josas 

Previous employment:

2016 : Invited senior research fellow, NTU, Singapore.

2007-2017: research engineer, VIM, INRA, Jouy en Josas

2003-2007: Post-doctoral fellow, NOPA, INRA, Jouy en Josas 

1999-2003: Post-doctoral fellow, CNRS, Gif sur Yvette.

1992-1998: Research fellow, Institute  of General and Physical Chemistry, Belgrade.       

1998: Invited research fellow, Institute of Biophysics, Brno.                             

1994 & 1996: Invited research fellow, Mira Zeolite, Mira, Venise.

Editorial Board Member: Scientific reports, Micromachines. Guest editor :  in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology: "Biosensor Applications in Agrifood tech and Biotech Industry"; in Sensors: "Advanced Biosensors for DNA and Proteins Detection and their applications in food and environmental security", in Nanomaterials: "Functional Nanomaterials for Biosensing Applications".

Publications: Over 80 publications in peer reviewed journals, 7 scientific book chapters, 4 front covers illustrations.

5 major papers in last 5 years:

1- Vizzini P, Manzano M, Meylheuc T, Farre C, Chaix C, Ramarao N, Vidic J. (2021) Highly Sensitive Detection of Campylobacter spp. in Chicken Meat using a Silica Nanoparticle Enhanced Dot Blot DNA Biosensor. Biosensors Bioelectronics, 171,  2021, 112689.

2- Manzano M, Viezzi S, Mazerat S, Marks RS, Vidic J. (2018) Rapid and label-free electrochemical DNA biosensor for detecting hepatitis A virus. Biosens Bioelectron. 100:89-95.

3- Kotsiri Z, Vantarakis A, Rizzotto F, Kavanaugh D, Ramarao N, Vidic J. (2019) Sensitive Detection of E. coli in Artificial Seawater by Aptamer-Coated Magnetic Beads and Direct PCR. Appl. Sci. 9, 5392.

4- Vidic J., Richard CA, Péchoux C, Da Costa B, Bertho N, Mazerat S, Delmas B, Chevalier C. (2016) Amyloid Assemblies of Influenza A Virus PB1-F2 Protein Damage Membrane and Induce Cytotoxicity. J Biol Chem., 291, 739-751

5- Auger S, Henry C, Péchoux C, Suman S, Lejal N, Bertho N, Larcher T, Stankic S, Vidic J. (2019) Exploring multiple effects of Zn0.15Mg0.85O nanoparticles on Bacillus subtilis and macrophages. Scientific Reports, 8:12276. 

Front cover, Biosensors, 2019

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Front cover, Toxins, 2020

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Paper in Forefront, Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 2020

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