Dr. Mélanie Auffan

Surface reactivity, Ecotoxicity, and Genotoxicity
of Engineered Nanomaterials during their life cycle 
Address: CEREGE, Europole de l'Arbois BP80,
13545 Aix-en-Provence, FRANCE Cedex 4
Phone: +33 (0)4 42 97 15 43
Fax: +33 (0)4 42 97 15 59
auffan@cerege.fr

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CEREGE: UMR 7330 CNRS/Aix-Marseille univ.
GDRi-iCEINT: international Consortium for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology
CEINT: Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology (USA)

 

ACADEMIC and PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES


 Since 2009: CNRS Research Scientist, CEREGE Aix-en-Provence France

Since 2013: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Duke University, NC-USA

2007-2009: Research Associate, Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Duke University, NC-USA

2004-2007: PhD in Geosciences of the Environment (Aix Marseille University) .pdf

2002-2004: Master's degree in Geosciences (Aix Marseille University  

2000-2002: Licence’s degree in Earth Science (Aix Marseille University  ) 
 

ARTICLES de VULGARISATION

 Santaella, C., Auffan, M., Thiery, A., Bottero, J.-Y.. Reproduire un écosystème pour évaluer l’impact des nanoparticules. Biofutur 32, 46-49, 2013.

Auffan, M., Chaurand, P., Botta, C., Labille, J., Masion, A., Bottero, J.Y., Rose, J. Exposition et impact environnemental au cours du cycle de vie des nanomate?riaux commercialise?s. Actualité Chimique 367-368, 2012.

Doelsch, E., Auffan, M., Bottero, J.Y., Chaurand, P., Legros, S., Levard, C., Masion, A., Rose, J. Déchets, polluants et nanomatériaux : valorisation, dépollution, impacts environnementaux et toxicologiques. Actualité Chimique 356-357, 2011.
 

ARTICLES


2014

36. Auffan et al., Long-term aging of a CeO2 based nanocomposite used for wood protection. Environmental Pollution, in press, 2014.

2013

35. Courbiere et al., Ultrastructural Interactions and Genotoxicity Assay of Cerium Dioxide nanoparticles on Mouse Oocytes, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, in press, 2013.

34. Auffan et al., Salinity-dependent silver nanoparticle uptake and transformation in Atlantic Killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) embryos, Nanotoxicology, in press, 2013

33. Artells et al., Exposure to Cerium Dioxide Nanoparticles Differently Affect Swimming Performance And Survival In Two Daphnid Species, PlosOne 8, e71260, 2013

32. Leveques et al., Assessing ecotoxicity and uptake of metals and metalloids in relation to two different earthworm species (Eiseina hortensis and Lumbricus terrestris), Environmental pollution, 179, 232-241, 2013

31. Auffan et al., Role of molting on the biodistribution of CeO2 nanoparticles within Daphnia pulex, Water Research; 47, 3921-3930, 2013

30. Liu et al., Protein corona formation for nanomaterials and proteins of a similar size: hard or soft corona, Nanoscale; 5, 1658-1668, 2013

2012

29. Liu et al., Influence of the length of Imogolite-Like nanotubes on their cytotoxicity and genotoxicity toward human dermal cells, Chemical Research in Toxicology; 25(11), 2513-2522, 2012

28. Auffan et al., Is there a Trojan horse effect during magnetic nanoparticles and metalloid co-contamination of human dermal fibroblasts?, Environmental Sciences & Technology; 46(19), 10789–10796 , 2012

27. Yang et al., Mechanism of silver nanoparticle toxicity is dependent on dissolved silver and surface coating in Caenorhabditis elegans, Environmental Sciences & Technology, 46(2), 1119–1127, 2012

26. Fisichella et al., Intestinal toxicity evaluation of TiO2 degraded surface-treated nanoparticles: a combined physico-chemical and toxicogenomics approach in caco-2 cells, Particles Fibers and Toxicology, 9(1); 18, 2012

25. Colman et al., Antimicrobial effects of commercial silver nanoparticles are attenuated in natural streamwater and sediment, Ecotoxicology, 21(7), 1867-1877, 2012

24. Kwok et al., Uptake of silvernanoparticles and toxicity to earlylifestages of Japanesemedaka (Oryzias latipes): Effect of coating materials, Aquatic Toxicology; 120-121; 59-66, 2012

23. Thill et al., Physico-chemical Control over the Single- or Double-Wall Structure of Aluminogermanate Imogolite-like Nanotubes, JACS;  134(8); 3780–3786, 2012

22. Thiery et al., Effects of metallic and metal oxide nanoparticles in aquatic and terrestrial food chains. Biomarkers responses in invertebrates and bacteria, International Journal of Nanotechnology; 9; 181-203, 2012

21. Masion et al., Environmental fate of nanoparticles: physical chemical and biological aspects – a few snapshot, International Journal of Nanotechnology; 9; 167-180, 2012

2011

20. Hull et al., Filter-feeding bivalves store and biodeposit colloidally stable gold nanoparticles, Environmental Sciences & Technology; 45(15); 6592–6599, 2011

19. Gondikas et al., Early-stage precipitation kinetics of zinc sulfide nanoclusters forming in the presence of cysteine, Chemical Geology; 329, 10-17, 2011

18. Yin et al., More than the Ions: The Effects of Silver Nanoparticles on Lolium multiflorum, Environmental Sciences & Technology; 45(6); 2360–2367, 2011

17. Charlet et al., Reactivity at (nano)particle-water interfaces, redox processes, and arsenic transport in the environment, C. R. Geosciences; 343; 123–139, 2011

16. Bottero et al., Manufactured metal and metal-oxide nanoparticles: Properties and perturbing mechanisms of their biological activity in ecosystems, C. R. Geosciences; 343; 168–176, 2011

15. Botta et al., TiO2-based nanoparticles released in water from commercialized sunscreens in a life-cycle perspective: Structures and quantities, Environmental Pollution; 159(6); 1543-1550, 2011

2010

14. Cotte et al., Environmental sciences at the ESRF, Synchrotron radiation news; 23(5), 2010

13. Meyer et al., Intracellular uptake and associated toxicity of silver nanoparticles in Caenorhabditis elegans, Aquatic toxicology; 100(2); 140-50, 2010

12. Auffan et al., Inorganic manufactured nanoparticles: How their physico-chemical properties influence their biological effects in aqueous environments, Nanomedicine; 5(6); 999–1007, 2010

11. Auffan et al., Surface structural degradation of a TiO2-based nanomaterial used in cosmetics, Environmental Sciences & Technology; 44; 2689–2694, 2010

10. Labille et al., Aging of TiO2 nanocomposites used in sunscreen creams. Dispersion and fate of the byproducts in aqueous environment, Environmental Pollution; 158(12); 3482-3489, 2010

2009

9. Zeyons et al., Direct and indirect CeO2 nanoparticles toxicity for E.coli and SynechocystisNanotoxicology; 3(4); 284-295, 2009

8. Auffan et al., Towards a definition of inorganic nanoparticles from an environmental, health and safety perspective, Nature Nanotechnology; 3(4); 634-641, 2009

7. Kovochich et al., Comparative toxicity of C60 aggregates towards mammalian cells: role of the tetrahydrofuran (THF) decompositionEnvironmental Sciences & Technology; 43(16); 6378–6384, 2009

6. Auffan et al., CeO2 nanoparticles induce DNA damage towards human dermal fibroblasts in vitro, Nanotoxicology; 3(2); 161-171; 2009

5. Auffan et al., Chemical stability of metallic nanoparticles: a parameter controlling their potential cellular toxicity in vitro, Environmental Pollution; 157; 1127-1133; 2009

2008

4. Auffan et al., Relation between the redox state of iron-based nanoparticles and their cytotoxicity towards Escherichia Coli, Environmental Sciences & Technology; 42(17); 6730–6735, 2008

2. Thill et al., Cytotoxicity of CeO2 Nanoparticles for Escherichia coli. Physico-Chemical Insight of the Cytotoxicity, Environmental Sciences & Technology; 40(14); 6151-6156, 2006



BOOK CHAPTERS

6. Auffan et al., Ecotoxicity of Inorganic Nanoparticles: From Unicellular Organisms to Invertebrates. In Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, Bhushan, B., Springer, 2012

5. Auffan et al., Surface reactivity of manufactured nanoparticles, in Nanosciences - Tome 4 - Nanotoxicology and NanoethicsSpringer, 2011

4. Auffan et al., Ecotoxicology: reactivity toward living organisms, in Nanosciences - Tome 4 - Nanotoxicology and Nanoethics, Springer, 2011

3. Auffan et al., Reactivite de surface des nanoparticules, in Nanosciences - Tome 4 - Nanotoxicologie et Nanoethique, Belin, 2010

2. Auffan et al., Ecotoxicologie: reactivite vis-a-vis des organismes vivants, in Nanosciences - Tome 4 - Nanotoxicologie et Nanoethique, Belin, 2010

1. Auffan et al., Nanoparticles as adsorbant in Environmental Nanotechnology, eds., Wiesner & Bottero, McGraw-Hill, 2007


AWARDS

'C'Nano interdisciplinarity 2009', French C'nano network

'2009 Outstanding Postdoc', Duke university (USA)

'Young researcher 2008', Europole Mediterraneen de l'Arbois

'Hauy-Lacroix 2008', French Society of Mineralogy and Crystallography