Annick Moing

Annick Moing

Topic: NMR techniques (small molecules, fruit quality metabolomics)

INRAE, IBMV, Bordeaux Metabolome, France

Dr. Annick Moing gained an Engineer Diploma in Agronomy (ENSA Montpellier, France) and a Ph.D. in Plant Science (University of Bordeaux, France) and has subsequently completed 35 years of research experience.

After working on whole plant physiology, quantitative genetics, and fruit metabolism, her primary research activities have been centered for 15 years on developing and using metabolomics strategies (including NMR-based strategies) for application in plant genetics, functional genomics, and systems biology for the study of fruit quality or of the response to environmental factors, and for the discovery of marker metabolites predicting plant performance ( ).

She has led Bordeaux Metabolome Facility for 12 years up to 2018 ( ) and has been involved in the French National Metabolomics and Fluxomics infrastructure ( ).

She has completed about 110 publications in peer-reviewed journals and 8 book chapters (see HAL INRAE). She is on the Editorial Advisory Board of the journal Metabolomics.