Dr. Kemmoy Lattibeaudier, Lecturer, FOSS invited to participate in collaborative research project in France


Dr. Kemmoy Lattibeaudiere,  Lecturer, School of Natural and Applied Sciences, Faculty of Science and Sport, University of Technology, Jamaica, has been invited to conduct  research in the summer at the laboratory Inserm, UMR-S1180 “Signalisation et physiopathologie cardiovasculaire” at the Université Paris-Saclay in Orsay, FRANCE He is a participant in a collaborative research project funded by a European Union Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) grant “MILEAGE” (Micronutrients in Life Expectancy and Ageing: H2020-RISE 2016-734931). Dr. Lattibeaudiere has been doing research on the effects of Zinc on inflammatory responses – specifically he is looking at the therapeutic and prophylactic impacts of Zinc supplements on myocarditis and pericarditis. 

The upcoming research (Université Paris-Saclay) will underscore the signaling role of calcium in cardiac physiology, along with its potential therapeutic applications in cardiovascular diseases. He will also be introduced to novel techniques for monitoring the electrophysiology of cardiac cells.


Michelle Beckford 
Corporate Communications Manager
University of Technology, Jamaica
Telephone: 876 970-5299 
Email: mbeckford@utech.edu.jm