Postdoctoral Fellow, Human Sleep Research Program
Marie Gombert joined SRI in 2022 as a postdoctoral researcher. She works on several NIH-funded projects to better understand the importance of biological rhythms and sleep in human health. Her interests are particularly the menstrual variations in woman’s physiology, and also in how the socioeconomic context of individuals shape their life habits and health.
Gombert has a background in Biochemistry, a MSc in Digestive Health and Nutrition, and a PhD from the Univeritat de Valencia (Spain), on “Life habits, circadian rhythms and metabolic health in the context of childhood obesity”, was obtained with international mention thanks to collaborations with both La Rochelle Université (France), and University of Colorado Boulder (USA).
Association of the rs17782313, rs17773430 and rs34114122 Polymorphisms of/near MC4R Gene with Obesity-Related Biomarkers in a Spanish Pediatric Cohort
Our results highlight that metabolic risk factors, especially alterations in carbohydrate metabolism, were related to rs17782313.
Circadian Disruption and Mental Health: The Chronotherapeutic Potential of Microbiome-Based and Dietary Strategies
Here, we provide an overview of the link between circadian disruption and mental illness.
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