CV - DESCHAUMES Christophe


Name:

Dr. Christophe DESCHAUMES

Nationality

French

Position:

Assistant Professor

Education:

University of Paris 7, PhD in Oral biology - Immunology

University of  Auvergne, DDS

Email:

christophe.deschaumes@udamail.fr

Address:

Faculty of Dental Surgery

2, Rue de Braga - 63100 Clermont-Ferrand (France)

Phone:

+33 4 73 17 73 16

Research Interest:

During my PhD in immunology in the laboratory of Prof. JC AMEISEN (INSERM Bichat-Paris) and the laboratory of Prof A JANIN (INSERM Saint Louis-Paris) , I have developed a mouse model to explore the elementary lesions of the graft versus host disease. For this,  I used  immunochemical technics and optical and electronic microscopy.

Then I joined the laboratory of Prof. R INSERM Dallel to focus again on my trade, namely oral surgery. I coordinate several clinical studies about the predictors of acute pain after oral surgery and about the predictors of the trigeminal neurosensory postoperative  complications.

Technical expertise:

-          Microscopy

-          Murine models

-          Clinical studies

 

 

Recent Publications:

1- Salom M, Hachulla E, Bertolus C, Deschaumes C, Simoneau G, Mouly S. Efficacy and safety of a new oral saliva equivalent in the management of xerostomia: a national, multicenter, randomized study. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol. 2015 Mar;119(3):301-9

2- DESCHAUMES C, DEVOIZE L, SUDRAT Y, BAUDET POMMEL M, DUALE C, DALLEL R The relationship between resting arterial blood pressure and oral postsurgical pain Clin Oral Investig. 2014 Nov 18.

3- Cecchetti S. , Pereira B., Roche A., Deschaumes C., Abdi D., Coudeyre E., Dubost JJ, Mathieu S., Malochet-Guinamand  S., Tournadre A., Couderc M., Vayssade M., Daron C., Soubrier M. Efficacy and safety of pamidronate in Modic type 1 changes: study protocol for a prospective, randomized, controlled clinical trial Trials , 2014 ;15(1):117

4- Texier N., Pham Dang N , Dallel R, Deschaumes C,  GarcierJM, D'incan  M  Eagle syndrome, a rare cause of glossodynia. European Journal of Dermatology , 2012; 22(5):702-3

5- Deschaumes C, Verneuil L, Ertault-Daneshpouy M, Adle-Biassette H, Galateau­ F, Aïnoun F, Micic-Polianski J, Janin A, Ameisen JC CD95 ligand-dependant endothelial cell death initiates oral mucosa damage in a murine model of acute graft versus host disease. Lab Investig  2007;87 :417-429

 

 


 



 
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