- Position: Professor
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Christophe O. Soulage is Full Professor of Physiology in University of Lyon. He held a PhD in “Integrative Physiology” in 2004 from University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and a Habilitation thesis to Manage Research (HDR) from Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA-Lyon) in 2014. He was appointed as Associate Professor in Physiology and Pharmacology at INSA-Lyon, a French Elite’s school in 2005 and got a position of full Professor of Physiology in University of Lyon in 2019. He has authored more than 80 scientific papers in international journal and contributed to several scientific books. His scientific interests are currently focused on the cardio-metabolic risks associated with chronic kidney disease and the molecular mechanisms of cardio-renal syndrome with a special focus on uraemic toxins. He exhibits a H-factor of 30a/33b (a Data from Clarivate analytics, b Data from Google scholar, accessed June 2022). The expertise of Christophe O. Soulage ranks in the Top 1% of 1,862 published authors worldwide on Uremic Toxins (Expertscape 2022).
- Prix Herman Esterbauer 2014 “Outstanding contribution to research in the field of the lipid peroxidation”. International HNE Club/ Society for Free Radical Research.
5 major publications:
Accumulation of natriuretic peptides is associated with protein energy wasting and activation of browning in white adipose tissue in chronic kidney disease. Luce M, Barba C, Yi D, Mey A, Roussel D, Bres E, Benoit B, Pastural M, Granjon S, Szelag JC, Laville M, Arkouche W, Bouchara A, Nyam E, Fouque D, Soulage CO, Koppe L. Kidney Int. 2020. 98(3):663-672. [IF=10.612]
CKD Increases Carbonylation of HDL and Is Associated with Impaired Antiaggregant Properties Florens N, Calzada C, Lemoine S, Boulet MM, Guillot N, Barba C, Roux J, Delolme F, Page A, Poux JM, Laville M, Moulin P, Soulère L, Guebre-Egziabher F, Juillard L, Soulage CO. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2020. 31(7):1462-1477.
Serum levels of the adipokine zinc-alpha2-glycoprotein (ZAG) predict mortality in hemodialysis patients. Bouchara A, Yi D, Pastural M, Granjon S, Selag JC, Laville M, Arkouche W, Pelletier S, Fouque D, Soulage CO, Koppe L. Kidney Int. 2018. 94(5):983-992.
White adipose tissue overproduces the lipid-mobilizing factor zinc α2-glycoprotein in chronic kidney disease. Pelletier CC, Koppe L, Croze ML, Kalbacher E, Vella RE, Guebre-Egziabher F, Géloën A, Badet L, Fouque D, Soulage CO. Kidney Int. 2013. 83(5):878-86.
p-Cresyl sulfate promotes insulin resistance associated with CKD. Koppe L, Pillon NJ, Vella RE, Croze ML, Pelletier CC, Chambert S, Massy Z, Glorieux G, Vanholder R, Dugenet Y, Soula HA, Fouque D, Soulage CO. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2013. 24(1):88-99.